4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Help You When you really need a legal representative for any excuse, you need to work closely using them in order to win your case. Regardless of how competent they are, they're likely to need your help. Listed here are four important ways to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're likely to reveal to them. Privilege means what you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know all things in advance - particularly information one other side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they need to help them to win. 3. Appear Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, by being by the due date, every time. The truth is, because you may want to discuss last minute details or perhaps be extra prepared for the case you're facing, it's a good idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate You Have Your Act Together If you've been charged with just about any crime, it's important so that you can prove to the legal court that you both regret the actions and they are making strides toward improving your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for the rehab program. Be sincere and associated with the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you should win your case.
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How To Find A Good Lawyer?
I Have A Small Business In A Moderate Size City. I Can'T Find An Attorney. Either My Case Is Too Small, Or They Have A Conflict. I Hired One And The Idiot Didn'T Even Open My Webpage About The Issue With All The Details, Showed Up Unprepared And Told Me To Set The Case Up. Another Told Me After He Took The Case And We Were Headed To Court, That He Had To Ask Permission Of The Defendant Because She Was A Client Of His, Not Current But Does Some Things For Her During The Year. There Is A Real Old Boy Network And I Need An Aggressive Attorney That Can Handle Small Business Issues. A Third Was So Afraid Of The Other Attorney, He Just Kissed His Behind And Was His Yes Man The Whole Time, I Think He Wanted A Job With That Firm. Arrrghhh. Suggestions Please? I Want To Go After One Of Them For Legal Malpractice.
sounds like you are a real plum. I would love to read the web page, can you email me the url?
if you don't like the lawyers in your town, all the rest in the whole state are available. they can't all have conflicts.
My guess is you are not willing to pay top dollar for top talent, and your case does not involve a very interesting legal principle nor does it promise a profitable effort. Although it may be important to you, that doesn't mean it is going to be important to anyone else, especially those with top skills who are in demand for top dollar for interesting cases.
I Need Lawyer Advice!!!!!!!!?
My Mother In Law Doesn't Like Me And Always Makes It A Competetion Between My Family And Hers And We Moved In With My Mom To Save Money To Buy Our Own House The House We Lived In Wasnt Perfect For A Baby And The Way She Is Acting We Told Her That She Can't See Our Daughter Until She Stops And Acts Like A Human Being. She Calls Me Horrid Names And If You Have Seen The Movie Monster In Law With Jennifer Lopez Its Worse Than That... Now She Is Threatening To Call Childrens Services On Us And Get My Husband (Her Son) For Incompatance Because He Never Followed Up With The Military For Post Dramatic Stress... From Being In Iraq (He Is Completely Fine Doesn't Want To Harm Himself Or Others Trust Me!) Guess Question Is Can She Do This And Does She Really Have Rights To See Her Grandchild... She Calles And Curses Us Out Daily ..Would U Want Your Daughter Around That ?
Grandparents do not have inherent rights to see their grandchildren. However, there are some situations in which a grandparent will be able to exert visitation or custody rights when the parents are incompetent. However, if you husband were found to be incompetent (which doesn't sound like will hapen) your children will not be removed from his custody unless a court orders that be done and, in that event, you would be given full custody and could still preclude the grandmother from seing your children in all but the most exceptional cases. In my state (California) the grandmother must actually prove that there is a significant bodn already developed between her and the grandchildren and even having custody of the child for several months didn't rise to that level in one case I know of. Ultimately, I believe you have nothing to worry about. Typically CPS will hear her case and do nothing; at most, they will open a file on it and drop it after investigation if there is no evidence to substantiate any hardship or danger to the child. Keep in mind that a "best interests of the child" standard will be used and there is generally a presumption that staying with the married parents is in the child's best interest.
Regarding your latter stated concerns, I would keep a record of the text messages, possibly contact your phone provider for a print out of them for your records. It generally does not present a problem that you are living with your parents if all of the child's needs are provided for and there is no significant disruption caused by that arrangement.
One thing I do need to respond to is that you shouldn't record anyone's phone call unless you have a restraining order from a court granting you the right to do so or that person's written or recorded consent.
*This entry is not intended to constitute legal advice or create an attorney-client, fiduciary, or other legal relationship.
What'S The Difference Between Attorney Vs Lawyer?
I Am Looking For An Immigration Lawyer/Attorney But Don'T Understand The Difference Between The Two. Is There A Cost Difference? Which Is Better? I'M In Texas By The Way.
Lawyer, attorney, barrister, solicitor, counselor, counsel. These are all titles for the exact same position.
I refer to myself as a lawyer and an attorney interchangeably - but I find that I use attorney more often when I am writing and lawyer more often when I am speaking. Sometimes I will introduce myself as "counsel for the petitioner," etc. When judges get irritated, I find that they call us "counselor." It's just a matter of habit and personal preference.
Need To Talk To A Lawyer Online Need Free Advice?
Many lawyers offer free consultations by phone or in person. Otherwise.. try this:
1. Visit forums where lawyers visit by doing a search on google for "lawyer forums"
2. After you find the lawyer forum, register for a free membership account so that you can post question or comment on other topics.
3. There are categories for different topics such as business, accidents, court, and consumer law, etc. Pick the one that pertains to you and post a question. Your free answer from a lawyer or someone with expert knowledge of the law, should be there in no time as hundreds of members visit the site each day.
4. Contact them by email
Another more direct method is to visit lawyer websites. You would be surprised to find that many lawyers will listen to your email inquiries and let you know whether you have a strong case or argument against someone. They want to leave you a good impression by explaining to you certain facts that you have going for yourself; they know that if you find their answer to be of value and then you are more likely to trust and choose them to represent you.
I'm not sure if the above actually works - but if you're seeking free advice, I suppose it wouldn't hurt for you to try.
Breach Of Custody Agreement?
I Have Primary Custody Of My 2 Children. The Ex-Wife Gets Them For A Week A Month, And They Are Due Back To Me By 8Pm On The Sunday Night Ending Her Week. Well......This Is Her Week, And They Are Due Back Tonight At 8Pm, But She Took Them To A Friends &Quot;Camp&Quot; For The Weekend, And Says She Won'T And Can'T Have Them Back Until Monday! I Told Her She Cannot Do That, And I Insisted She Have Them Back At The Custody Agreement Time, And I Had Told Her This Repeatedly Prior To Her Leaving For The Weekend. She Either Should Not Have Went, Or Made The Proper Arrangments To Have Them Back When Due. Are There Any Immediate Actions I Can Take? Can I Call The Police? Ifso, What Will They Do? Help! Serious, Knowledgable Answers Only Please!
Call the police and complain about it. Have the court order ready, for them to review when they arrive. The police will not retrieve your children for you. However, they will give you documentation (a "police report") which you can then take to civil and/or criminal court, to complain about her bad behavior. In New Jersey, it is considered a 3rd degree felony, and here, we could charge her with "Interference with custody" and "contempt of court", which are separate charges, stemming from her single offense for this particular incident. Possible remedies that the court might order for you, and against her, include:
1. Attorney's fees awarded to you, at her expense.
2. a COURT ORDER to stop her bad behavior.
3. A fine
4. Community service
5. Jail time, but this is not likely if it is a first offense. However, if she repeats her bad behavior, then it is possible.
7. Modification of her visitation arrangement, so that she gets less time with the children.
8. Counseling, at her expense. This can be expensive and inconvenient for her.
9. Any other misery that the court wishes to impose on her, that it finds to be "in the best interests of the children", if it also finds that such a court order would also be "fair, equitable, and just".
Where Can I Find Information About Elder Abuse Laws In Arkansas? I'Ve Been Searching Online, But I'M Just Getting Confused.
You might want to check out your nearest law library, if there is a University near you there should be a law library there.