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4 Methods To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you really need a legal representative for any reason, you have to work closely using them so that you can win your case. No matter how competent they are, they're going to need your help. Listed below are four important approaches to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're gonna reveal for them. Privilege means anything you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team should know everything in advance - especially information one other side could check out and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of all the information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys because of the data they should help them to win. 3. Show Up Early For All Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, by being on time, each and every time. In reality, because you may have to discuss last minute details or perhaps be extra ready for the situation you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been charged with any sort of crime, it's important so as to prove to a legal court that you both regret the actions and are making strides toward improving your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.

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Child Custody Attorney?
Is There A Family Law Attorney That Work Probono? In California/San Diego.

for child custody issues yu can aks the court for an attorney

sometimes you can qualify if you are unemployed / have no income

see the link below for free attorney advice

peace

What Is A Felony Dui?

Some states raise a DUI/DWI charge to a felony if the driver causes bodily harm to another.

Good article here: http://dui.findlaw.com/dui-charges/felon...

Letters Of Recommendation For Law School?
How Do I Get Letters Of Recommendation For Law Schools? I Have A Few Teachers Who Would Like To Write Me A Letter. How Do I Do That? Is The Form On The Application? Can I Use Them For Multiple Letters? How?

Normally the law school will ask you for a list of references. Often they will also want the addresses and mail their own special form to the people you listed.

Sometimes, they won't do this, but ask you to mail in copies of references. If this is what they want you to do, then you should approach teachers, counselor and even any lawyer friends that you have, and explain to them what school is asking for references.

Sometimes the person writing a reference will give their letter to you to mail in, sometimes they want to mail it in themselves. Not everyone wants you to see what they have written.
If they give you their letter personally, or mail it to you first, make a copy of it, so you may use it again, for another law school.

Often letters of reference are written "To Whom it May Concern", and sometimes a letter is written, addressed to a specific school, or person there.

So, I'm sorry to say, no really one way to do it. That's why often the school needed the references will send out their own requests to people you have given them.

I'd call the school you are planning to attend, ask for "Admissions" and ask them exactly what information they would like to see in letters written by your references, AND IF they will send out their own "questionnaire" or form.

For any letter of reference written, it should be on either letter head paper, dated, and also specifically identify for whom the letter is written, how long they have known you, and what they know about your skills and character.

Most professional people understand letters of reference, they have written many of them,for several different students, friends, or colleagues. So do not be shy about asking them, but please follow up to make sure they have submitted them in a timely manner. Most will give you a copy of the letter, but you may have to ask for that too.
Good luck.

Does Anyone Know Of A Good Immigration Law Firm In Milwaukee, Wi Area?

Look a few up in the local phone book.

What To Major In Before Law School?
I Know For A Fact That I Want To Go To Law School. I Am Only Seventeen But Law Has Been Something I Have Always Been Interested In. I Want To Eventually Become A Lawyer For A Large Corporation. What Are Some Majors That I Should Look Into For College? Which Out Of These Two Options Should I Do In High School Now In Senior Year: Psychology, Sociology Or Constitutional Law, (P.S. I Can Only Choose One Of Those Three)

You should probably go with constitutional law, since it is law, and it is a subject you will likely be dealing with considering large corps and government work together a lot.

As for courses during undergrad, think of it like this. The law is all about specifics and details. In every major, or grad school focus as well, there are these things called requirements. You want to always get the requirements before they are due. The sooner the better. The way you check this is to go to the chosen university website, find the law school link to their law school, then discover the corporate law department, I recommend you shoot for the stars, you are very young, and have alot of time to invest, go for a top five corporate law school in the nation, one might even be in your state, if money is an issue, that is going to be important.
Once you are in the right website, they will have phone numbers for you to contact, if you want to talk to someone. Would you want to do, is find the list of undergraduate requirements for the corporate law school degree that you that you intend to acquire. Once you have that list you find a major in undergraduate University that will give you a useful degree even if you don't make it through law school. there are certain courses that are intended to 'prepare' you for law school - you should know these are pretty much 101 courses and don't really get you ready for squat. you need to know exactly what you are going to need to know. that is going to be from professionals that don't 'cookie cut' your education - if you don't know what that means, you should learn it.

The reason I say this is because many people want to go to law school and get useless undergraduate degrees then find out they cannot make it through law and are stuck at the age of 24 without a useless university degree , so what you want to do is make the most of the time you do put into school. You will do that by getting a very useful undergraduate degree apparently biology and computer science degrees a pretty popular, but all of that is up to you . Just remember what you need to do is going to be get a useful undergraduate degree, that means a degree that will pay you over 60 - 200,000 dollars a year if you would get a job just using that degree and also remember you have to get certain prerequisites that are listed in the website of the University grad school you are going to. I know lots of people say there are no prerequisites for law school - let me tell you this now - that's bs. you will need to be as savvy and intelligent as you can in order to compete at the corporate law level - than means - science, math, some engineering to deal with contractors trying to stiff your company - history to understand the tricks that have been pulled in the past - etc etc...

best of luck to you, corporate law is cut throat - and remember, this is opinion. -

What'S The Best Steps/Who To Contact Grandma Asked Me To Take Her House/If/When She Passes?
Don'T Want To See My Grandma Pass But She Has Been Asking About Me Taking Her House When She Passes. Anybody Heard Of An Inheritance Tax, Does It Apply In Wi (Details)? I Do Plan On Doing My Best To Take The House And Not Sell It. Have My First Child Due In August And A Possible Wedding, So Planning As Best I Can. Love My Grandma And I Am Not In Any Push It Is More Her Trying For Me And My Soon To Be Family Taking Over Her House While She Moves Upstairs. Any And All Suggestions/Comments Will Be Helpful/Respected And Responded To So Please Check Back If You Comment. Thank You All..

YOU and YOUR GRANDMOTHER need to see an elder law attorney and have her draft a Last Will and Testament" with her wishes to be carried out when she passes away. This can get very complicated. In our state, if your grandmother went into a nursing home, her house would not be able to be sold or transferred title to anyone until the nursing home fees are paid upon her death. So, be careful not to put any money into her house, as it is her house and the state's financial assurance if a nursing home gets involved during her last days on earth.

This is why you need an elder law attorney. Also, you could very well buy her house for $10.00. But, in our state, the "Look Back" is 7 years, so any transfer in title during that time can very well be undone by the state.

So, see that elder attorney as soon as possible. The perfect scenario is that she dies in her sleep at home and the will protects you so you inherit her estate. But, again, laws vary from state to state and that is why is is ultra important for you to take the time to follow through with your grandmother;s wishes BEFORE she dies, by way of a Last Will and Testament. Really.