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Does It Matter That You Go To A Low Tier Law School If You Are Going To Be A Real Estate Attorney?
Could A Person Take The Easy Route And Go To The John Marshall School Of Law Instead Of Going To A Higher Tier School And Still Find Success In Real Estate Law?
No. Obviously you will never get into a big law firm's real estate department or even a smaller prestigious firm's real estate department if you graduate from a diploma mill like John Marshall School of Law, so I'm assuming you have a more modest definition of success and might mean any small law firm with a real estate practice that would start you out at a low salary of about 20k-40k with the hopes of eventually making 70-90k in about 5 years or so. Even there it is highly probable that you will be competing with job candidates with superior academic credentials to a John Marshall Law Degree.
Real estate is the most devastated practice area in U.S. law right now, and much of the business that went to small firm real estate practices before the recession is never going to come back. The subprime residential mortgage market is dead and buried and in general the credit market for real estate transactions will also take a long time to free up enough to regenerate some of the lost work for real estate lawyers.
I don't see how going to John Marshall School of Law is the easy route financially either as it charges as much as or close to what most Tier 1 law schools charge. To be blunt, if John Marshall School of Law is the only law school that you can get into because of your academics and LSAT score then you shouldn't pursue a career as a lawyer. If you're graduating magna *** laude and have an LSAT score of 165-180 and John Marshall is offering you a full ride, I still think it's a bad decision because in terms of job marketability you'll be getting exactly what you paid for.
Ideal Website For Lawyers?
Have You Ever Wonder A Perfect Website For Lawyers?, Where You Can Do Something More Than Add Yourself In A Yellow Page. What Will You Like That This Ideal Website Have For You And Your Clients?
A good site for lawyers is findlaw and lawyers.com. At least for submissions etc. A great site for lawyer search is targetlaw.com. Other sites include the bar associations and hg.org. All good sites.
If A Person Was Killed By Medication Over Dosage From A Caretaker What Is It Called?
Seeking Information About Wrongful Death
It's called wrongful death. The coroner or county prosecutor will make a determination whether to try the caregiver in criminal court for manslaughter, 2nd or first degree murder or some other felony or misdemeanor. Even if there is no charge, the caregiver can still be tried in civil court for monetary damages.
Do I Really Need A Lawyer? Family Court?
I'M Going To Court For Child Support And Paternity With My Ex. She Wants Sole Custody And I Have No Problem Giving It To Her. She Wants Child Support And I Have No Problem Paying Support. She And I Are On Good Terms, She Just Wants To Be Our Childs Main Caregiver And Will Let Me See Him Whenever I'D Like, Which I'M Ok With Also Because I Have A Fiance Of My Own And Busy Schedule And Would Rather Her Make The Big Decisions Of His Life. She And I Are On The Same Page But Everyone Keeps Telling Me To Get A Lawyer.
So I Got One And When I Explained The Above To Him Hes Trying His Best To Make Me Fight Her For Dual Custody After I Told Me I Rather Do Sole. He Also Is Telling Me That Shes Says Shes Ok With Me Seeing Him Now But All Of That Will Change Later On And That She'Ll Put Him In An Expensive School And I'Ll Have To Pay For It But If She Also Has To Pay And My Payments Are Fair Then I'D Be Fine With It 50/50 Is How I Feel It Should Go. It Feels Like Hes Trying To Turn This Into A Fight So That He Can Make More $$ Out Of It When All I Really Need Is Someone I Can Ask Questions To. And This Is Costing Me So Much Money I Almost Feel I'D Be Better Off Without One. What Do You Think I Should Do?
YOU ARE SMEARING YOU @SS WITH COW MANURE AND PLANTING GRASS SEED FOR HER TO MOW WHENEVER SHE SHE HAS THE DESIRE TO!!!
It that clear enough. You are leaving yourself wide open to all kinds of problems. At the minimum, you should get Joint "LEGAL" Custody, with her being primary residential, but with a very detailed access schedule. In 40% of the cases, fathers are denied access to their children, which will happen to moment she bring a "New Daddy" home for the child.
Right now she has sole custody and control. You voluntarily gave that the very moment you put your pecker in her without first getting married.
Study these and do the right thing for you and your child.
Federal Child Support Enforcement Handbook for Non-Custodial Parents
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2nd Wife Club in Yahoo Groups, for those brave enough to take on a man with "baggage".
For 22 years, I have volunteered my time working with divorced/single fathers dealing in family law issues, such as child support, teaching them about what the states are not telling support obligors.
For Attorneys: Child Support?
My Parents Divorced When I Was 7(I'M 16 Now), And My Dad Didn'T Pay Child Support For The First Two Years. He Finally Paid It In A Lump Sum, But My Mom Never Truly Used That Money For Me. Since She Didn'T Have A Job For Almost Four Years, She Used Most Of It To Support Herself. My Father Didn'T Have To Pay Spousal Support. My Question Is, Can I Sue My Mom For That Money? Or Is There No Way To Prove That Most Of The Money Went To Her?
The money your Mom received for the support of you was for her to spend - not you.
Just because it says child support does not mean it was to be used for things you thought were useful. You are the child. She is the adult.
The money your Mom received was to be spent in a way she thought was right:
car purchase or rent
insurance (car, house, health)
TV / Cable
Don't take sides.
Your Mom is not 100 % right or wrong and your Dad is not 100 % right or wrong.
It takes 2 people to break a marriage.
As for suing ? Who would you sue ? Your Mom because you did not think she spent the money the way you wanted her to ? Good luck with that. The Court / Judge only cares that your Mom received the money from your Dad.
And, because your Dad did not pay for awhile ? I imagine it was difficult for you and your Mom at times, especially since she was a stay at home Mom taking care of you and unemployed for 4 years. Did it occur to you that since she was unemployed the MEAGER money she received from your Dad was hardly enough to cover every single expense she had on your account ?
Urgent!! Need No Cost Legal Advice For Widow Who'S Spouse Committed Suicide;Inlaws Have Own Interests Not Hers
Please Help....My Good Friend Who'S Husband Committed Suicide On Sept 10, 2007. There'S Real And Personal Property. No Will. The Inlaws Are Pushy, Self-Serving And Disrespectful Of Her Feelings & Rights. She Was Physically And Mentally Abused Prior To His Suicide. She Just Wants What Is Rightfully Hers And To Be Treated Fairly And Respect Her Rights. She Has And Has Had No Income Thru The Entire Marriage, Is Disabled And Is A Having Hard Time, As She Is Unsure As To Exactly What Is And Isnt Suppose To Happening. Petrified She May Get Booted Out Of The Home She And Her Husband Shared. Knowlege And Info Would Be Priceless, Not Knowing Is The Majority Of The Fear. Please Help Asap With Any Info, Referral And/Or Advice...Thanks
I'm not a lawyer, but my understanding is that under most US Law the legal-spouse is by default the immediate beneficiary of all assets left by the descedent spouse. Especially if there's no will. Again, I'm not a lawyer, but it would seem that the in-laws have no claim or power to decide what happens to marital property and assets.
Definitely get some legal representation and ask what the best course of action is: Perhaps they will issue restraining orders and/or (if possible) issue injunctions against the inlaws asking them to cease-n-decists their actions agains the living spouse.
SOunds like the in-laws are a bunch of vultures. The guy hasn't even been buried and they're all over his stuff. Talk about lack of respect.