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Should I Hire A Real Estate Attorney At This Point In My Home Buying Process?
I Understand The Value Of Having An Attorney Review Everything During A Home Sale... But, I Am Not Entirely Seeing The Purpose At This Point. I Am Buying A Condo, And At This Point In Time I Already Have An Executed Contract, And The Seller Is Using Their Own Title Company And Paying For The Title Insurance.
So If The Title Insurance Is Paid For And In Place, And The Contract Is Already Executed, What Could A Lawyer Do For Me Besides Provide Reassurance?
I Am Not Sure That Reassurance Is Worth The Money.
Most real estate are handle according to the state laws of the state in which you reside. Title and escrow closer make sure these laws are followed to the letter of the law.
Hiring a real estate attorney could be beneficial if there was an unusual transaction, but most real estate transactions are mundane and cookie cutters.
Then if you are securing a mortgage loan another professional is there to insure that things go right during the transaction. These professionals are required by federal and state laws to provide you with the various RESPA law requirements covering interest rate, APR, terms and terms of the mortgage loan you are getting for this transaction.
Now if the sellers are carrying the mortgage loan and there are no mortgage companies you might consider legal advice on the mortgage arrangements and since you are there this attorney might consider looking over your contract.
I hope this has been of some use to you, good luck.
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Does A Power Of Attorney Override A Will?
I don't know what you mean by "override" - a power of attorney is a completely different document from a will. A power of attorney generally gives Person B authority to handle Person A's legal and financial affairs while Person A is alive but incapacitated in some way. Upon the death of Person A, the power of attorney becomes null and void and no longer gives Person B any authority over Person A's assets or affairs. A will is a document in which Person A can name who they want to be the executor of their estate *after they're dead* and directs the disposition of their assets *after they're dead*. Until Person A dies, their will has no legal effect and is just a piece of paper. There is no overlap between a power of attorney and a will so there is no way one can "override" the other.
How Do You Become A Judge? What Is The Difference Between An Attorney And A Lawyer?
I Want To Know What It Takes To Become A Judge And If You Would Have To Start Out As A Defense Attorney Or Something. And When You Are A Defense Attorney Do You Have To Defend Certain People When You Are Just Starting Out? Like I Wouldnt Want To Defend A Scumbag That I Know Is Guilty. Please Let Me Know And Personal Experiences Would Be Great.
There is no difference between an attorney or lawyer - one and the same. They are sometimes referred to as Esquire as well. Most of the people defense attorneys defend are probably guilty - if you don't like that then join the prosecutor's office. Low man on the totem pole in a law firm gets the types of cases no one else wants. Of course, there are attorneys who specialize in other fields e.g. tax attorneys, corporate attorneys, civil litigation, etc.
Some judges are elected. Federal judges are appointed for life so it's all in who you know and the reputation you've earned. Many federal judges contribute to their political party and are rewarded if their candidate wins. Some federal judges are magistrates which means that theirs is not a political appointment and they aren't guaranteed the job for life.
Do I Need An Attorney For A Divorce?
I Dont Even Know Where To Begin.....My Husband And I Have Been Seperated For Almost Two Years Now. We Want A Divorce And He Did Everything Online, I Got Papers In The Mail A Little Over A Year Latter. (Not Signed By The Judge Or My Husband). In The Papers, It Mention That Everything In His Possession Is His And Vice Versa.(He Lives In Houston Texas And I Live In Wichita Kansas) I Never Got A Chance To Get My Things Back Before All This, And I Want Whatever I Had Going Into The Marriage...We Talked, He Said He Would Fix The Info, Reprint Them And Send Them To Me. Its Been About A Year Later Now And I Dont Have Those Papers. He Wont Answer Or Return My Phonecalls, And The Same With His Family. We Do Not Have Any Kids, I Just Want My Things And Be Done With This. Please Help Me!!! I Dont Know What To Do.....I Dont Have Any Money For An Attorney, Im To Broke. What Should I Do????
You don't need an attorney to get a divorce. Doing it yourself using the appropriate forms from your state is just fine. You have lived without those things for 2 years so they could not be essential. Why don't you just settle for some portion of the value of the stuff and complete the divorce.
Personal Injury Law Suit?
Hi, My Mother Had A Accident While She Was Cleaning A Clinic. She Was Carrying A Trash Bag And There Was Coffee In It, And It Was Leaking And She Fell Off The Stairs And Now She Is Gone Have A Total Shoulder Arthroplasty And She Has A Lot Of Pain And She Can'T Work And The Doctor Said She Will Never Be Able To Work Again In Her Life, She Can'T Even Move Her Arm. How Much Do You Think She Can Get From A Law Suit?
Well, what you're talking about here is a WORKERS COMPENSATION claim. She'd file a "no fault" claim with her employer to get whatever benefits your state defines. You don't get "pain and suffering" with workers comp.
If she's trying to sue someone, she'd have to sue the someone who CAUSED her injury. There's no "automatic liability" (besides workers comp) for injuries. In order to collect ANYTHING, she has to prove:
1. the person/company she is suing, did something they shouldn't have done
2. That something, directly resulted in her injury.
So . .. SHE was carrying the trash bag. It's REASONABLE to expect that there are disposed beverage cups, aka, liquids, in that plastic trash bag. SHE caused the liquid to drip on the stairs, which made her fall.
Outside of workers comp, I don't think she's going to win any kind of lawsuit. This is EXACTLY what workers comp is supposed to cover. And, if she CHOOSES to file a workers comp claim, she then automatically CANNOT file a lawsuit against her employer. Some states, even if she doesn't file the claim, the employer is immune from lawsuits, if they carry workers comp insurance.
In ANY case, her employer's "general liability" isn't going to pay a dime, for a "workers compensation" claim. Workers comp claims are specifically excluded, from general liability coverage.
I don't think mom is looking at a cash cow here.