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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will see that there are many lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can specialize in your kind of case. This could make the entire process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it is possible to restrict your pursuit on the right one in almost no time. The first step is to make a listing of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your neighborhood specializing in your needs. When you are causeing this to be list you need to only include those that you have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you should be able to find the number of years they are practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this point your list ought to have shrunken further to people that you just felt had professional websites and an appropriate amount of experience. You must then spend some time to look up independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure to look at the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The information in the reviews will give you a sense of the direction they connect with their customers and the length of time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with at the very least the last three lawyers which may have the credentials you would like. This will give you some time to genuinely evaluate how interested they may be in representing your case. It really is imperative that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you hire a company which includes the correct measure of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.

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Best Custody Lawyer In Maryland Area?
I Am The Mother And Even With My Husband Between Jobs Am The 99% Care Taker Of Our Baby. I Really Can'T Leave Unless I Can Get My Baby; But I Really Need Help...

I would not worry. In divorce anywhere in the US, the mother is categorically favored. The only cases where the father get's sole custody are when the mother was either batshit insane or on drugs. If you're not, you're fine.

If you are trying to get absolute full custody with no visitation rights for the father, that might be a tall order and is not so much a function of having a good lawyer as it is proving the father is somehow dangerous.

The first step is you have to become separated from your husband and live under a different roof. You MUST do this for at least 1 year before you can get a divorce, if your husband agrees, and 2 year if he contests it. If you can mutually work out the separation between you and your husband and come to agreement without lawyers, that is fine and all the better.

My Wife Was Really Mean At The Start Of The Divorce Proceedings?
But Now That All The Judge'S Rulings Are Going Against Her And She Is Spending Lots Of Legal Fees She Now Wants To Negotiate Without Lawyers And Work It Out. Should I Go For This Or Should I Press On Especially Since I Am Winning?

First, I'm a divorce lawyer, so keep that in mind when considering my advice.

It appears you have a lawyer, so this is a question you need to direct to him or her.

However, remember that the longer the fight continues, the more money the lawyer makes, and that could influence the advice you get.

Also, remember the longer the fight goes on, the less money there is to be divided. And, many lawyers will say that a bad settlement is better than a good trial. If y'all have kids together, a settlement may salvage the relationship you and your wife must have to continue to be parents after the divorce.

Finally, because your wife has to agree to a settlement (instead of the judge telling her how it'll be at the end of a trial), you're much less likely to have to go back to court later (for enforcement, modification, etc.) if y'all agree to a settlement.

Who Do You Get Into Law School?
I Am A High Schooler Wanting To Get Into A Great Law School How Do I Do It?

You are very wise to start early. There are lots of things that you can do to improve your chances for getting into a top law school if you start now. When you say top law school, I am assuming that you mean top 3-5 schools in the country, and will base my comments on that assumption.
The LSAT is the biggest factor in getting into a great law school. You will need to score in the 170's (99th percentile) to have a good chance at getting into these types of schools. Use REAL actual previously administered LSAT tests, and plan on devoting 300+ hours to studying for the test. Remember it is worth considerably more than your GPA when it comes to chances for admission. If you can find a course that will allow you to study for a year or two that is a huge plus.
GPA is the other quantifiable factor that affects admissions. For the schools in question a 3.7 would be the minimum for a good chance of admission.
Choose a major that you will love. One common mistake that people make is to major in political science, english, or philosophy, because they think that law schools will be impressed by those majors. Actually, you have a greater chance for admission at the top schools if you DON'T major in one of these, because it allows you to bring a different viewpoint to the law class than the herds of applicants from those majors. I was recently meeting with the former dean of Yale law school with a high school friend of mine. When this issue came up the dean stated that majoring in music would give this young man a better chance for admission than political science if all other things were equal.
That said there are some classes that you should take to improve the reasoning skills that will help you to do well on the LSAT and in law school. Take whatever formal logic/quantitative reasoning classes are available at your university. Also, taking statistics, and upper division writing classes in philosophy will be very helpful.
When considering these particular schools you should also be looking to publish as much as possible. Submit articles/papers to student journals, and try to work with professors that may help you get published.
Establishing connections with professors early on will be invaluable for cultivating letters of recommendation later on. Visit them in office hours, and try to get teaching/research assistant postitions.
Volunteer work will only be valuable if you can show a consistent pattern of service. So be sure that you are always involved in some way in these types of activities. Helping out in the juvenile justice program is usually possible in most states, and will look fabulous on resumes.
Your personal statement is also going to be a big factor in admissions, but that is far less quantifiable than the other elements. There are lots of things that you should avoid doing, most significantly waiting until a few weeks before the deadline to write it, but that is far enough in the future that I won't spend time here talking about it.
Well, that may be more than you wanted to know but it will at least get you started, if you want more advice down the road I am always happy to give it.

I Need Some Information As To Where I Can Get Legal Help To Get My Son Returned Home To Me From C.A.S?
I Cannot Afford A Lawyer And I Know I Have A Strong Case Against The Childrens Aid Society. Please If Anyone Knows Anything Please Help Me :( And What Is This Bar Association Ive Heard Of, I Cannot Seem To Find The Website. I Live In Ontario Near Ottawa.

My hubbies ex was in a similar situation. Her son got out of the house while the grandma was watching him. The police were called and the mom (not grandma) was issued a letter saying if they were called out again for this child on neglect that he would automatically be taken. They never got involved in the situation they just sent a letter to her stating that if they were notified.
They are just bullies. You should try some sort of legal aid or put your case out there for pro bono work??????

What Are The Attributes Of A Good Lawyer?

Professional "ethics" a good lawyer will defend a client regardless of guilt or innocence because that is the job. A good lawyer will not hurt his clients by running his mouth about a case. A good lawyer can and should be trusted with the whole truth, even if it is not wise to tell the whole story to an open court or to the police.

A good lawyer will consider options, but will actively work to get the client the best possible outcome. A good lawyer might consider a plea-bargain or deal of some sort if it is the best realistic option, but if a lawyer suggests it right out of the gate, he is probably just being lazy.

There are many, many, many laws and many court precedents. Each specific case will require research. A good lawyer will do a good portion of his own research for each case and not rely on an army of paralegals to assemble an argument for him. A good lawyer might make use of paralegals, but will not rely on them to do his job. A lot of lawyers in large modern law firms won't even read the details of a case until the day of court. This is totally unacceptable.

These are some (but not all) of the characteristics of a good lawyer.

What Exactly Do Most Lawyers Do?
I'M Wondering If Anyone Could Give Me Basic Descriptions Of Day To Day Stuff. Like, For Example, If Someone Works At The Aclu (No Jokes Please, Just An Example), What Do They Actually Do All Day?

It depends on the practice.
A solo practitioner may be meeting with clients, doing research, writing contracts/motions/wills/etc..
Associates at firms will be doing research, writing memos/briefs/editing contracts/etc...
Partners at firms will be trying to get more business, and this is done in many ways. They may be teaching classes, doing CLEs, doing presentations, etc..
Litigators generally prepare for trial quite often, which may involve doing mock trials with associates, making up questions to prepare for, etc...
Some lawyers don't practice law at all, like CEO's, COO's, CFO's, company presidents, vice-president's.
It all depends about the practice the attorney is involved in.
But generally research is involved everywhere, and is one of the constants.