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If Your With A Attorney Thru Legal Services And He Took Care Of A Custody Case?
Now You Have Full Custody And You Decide While You Get Your Life Straighten Up Let Grandma Keep Her Until Then,You Decide To Get Her Back And Legal Service Attorney Says He Cant Help ,Why Is That?He Is Free

get legal advice, it isn't free but it is cheap, in my state $17 a month. All kinds of benefits including unlimited legal consultation on as many different issues as you have. Call and talk to a real lawyer as long as you need to until your question is answered. I love this service.

Is Legal Aid A Viable Option For Someone Like Me?
I'M Getting Sued, And I Have Decided That Bankruptcy Is My Best Option. I Am Considering Legal Aid Because I Have Very Little Money. Is This My Best Alternative To Going It All By Myself?

Yes, go to Legal Aid. Please do not try this by yourself. Especially if you are involved in a lawsuit.

THE best way to find a lawyer is by word of mouth. Ask your: family, friends, coworkers, anyone you might know in the same situation, etc.


Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle your type of matter. (If money is a BIG problem, you could also ask for the phone number of your local LegalAid office. - the attorneys at LegalAid are "real" attorneys, but sometimes in the field of Law, how much you are willing to pay does affect the quality you get.)

When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Just tell the Secretary the main idea of your matter - do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Attorney. When you get the Lawyer on the phone line, ask him/her:

- Do they give >>>FREE, initial consultations for the FIRST meeting? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?

Good luck.

(This is based on my knowledge, information, belief, and life experiences. This was intended as personal opinion, and not intended to be used as legal advice. Seeking advice over the Internet is not a good idea - the field of Law is too complex for that. Please be careful and do your research.)

Is The Attorney Buck Taylor A Fraud?
He Is An Attorney In Tennesse. And I Need To Know If He Is A Fraud Or Not. He Doesnt Answer My Calls Anymore, And He Is Making Up Excuses. Have You Guys Ever Heard Of Him?

Hi. I cannot answer the question whether "Buck Taylor" is a fraud. However, after doing a search on the Tennessee Bar Association website, I can tell you there is no attorney with that name licensed in the state of Tennessee. Please see the bar website located below, and you can click on 'Search for a Member', and you can try to locate that name. There are 33 Taylors registered in Tennessee - I couldn't tell you if Buck Taylor might be registered under a different first name, etc.

Even if Buck Taylor IS a licensed attorney (wherever), you can file a complaint with the bar association of that state if you feel the attorney has been negligent, or in your case, fraudulent, etc. If Buck Taylor is not a licensed attorney, it is possible civil or criminal charges could be brought against him (though I certainly don't have enough information to say one way or the other on that).

Good luck!

Legal Help/Research For A Book?
Here'S The Scenario: A Young Woman Has Just Lost Her Husband Of Five Years In A Car Accident. The Man Who Caused The Accident Had Fallen Asleep At The Wheel. Now, The Widow Is A Very Forgiving Soul And As Such Decides To Grant Amnesty To The Man Who Killed Her Husband. However, For Fear That Her Husband'S Family Would Try And Stop Her, She Doesn'T Tell Anyone About The Decision She'S Made. When The Truth Finally Does Come Out, Her In-Laws Are Up In Arms, And Are Looking For Justice. Yet, She Insists That The Man Go Free. Can Her In-Laws Sue Her For Something, Do They Have A Case They Can Take To Court? Are There Any Wholes In This Scenario? Thanks For The Help!

There are two legal issues here.

One is criminal. If the driver who fell asleep may have been legally negligent, then the district attorney's office can prosecute him without any regard to what the widow wants. Her views may be taken into account if the guy's convicted, when the judge pronounces the sentence.

(Example from real life: A tour bus driver gambled in Atlantic City all night instead of sleeping. Awake for more than 40 hours, he fell asleep at the wheel on the New York Thruway, crashed the bus, killing and injuring his passengers. He was charged with criminally negligent homicide.)

The other half is a civil suit. The wife can choose not to sue the driver for loss of her husband and their vehicle but to accept the liability coverage his insurance company offers to compensate. Usually it's pretty low compared to real-world factors like the person's potential lifetime earnings, but adequate to reimburse the vehicle's actual value if they'd sold it.

The in-laws can sue for loss of their son, but they're unlikely to win any judgment. The spouse's loss is presumed to trump all other claims.

The wife will not ever hold the decision in her hands on whether the driver who fell asleep will go free. The judge's decision in any criminal trial will take her wishes into his consideration, but they will not be the only factor he or she weighs.

Going To Family Court?
Can Anyone Help.. Two Divorce People The Ex Husband Is Taking The Ex Wife To Court Because He Doesn'T Like How The Daughter Is Dressing Or How She Acts.. The Mother Says That She Doesn'T Act Bad At All At Home (Lives With Mother) Has Friends, Teachers And Mothers Friends That Say She Is Very Polite...She Just Likes To Look Different ( She Likes To Dress Punk) She Does All The Makeup For School Plays And Likes Horror Movies.. Dad Thinks She Is Depressed.. He Wants Her To Start Her Visting Weekends Again But Can'T Watch Too Much Tv Can'T Wear Her Hair The Way She Does And Can'T Wear Her Clothes.. The Girl Is 15.. Any Ideas About Going To Court In How To Win Against The Father.. Oh And The Father Wants Her To Go To Counseling Which She Said She Would To Prove Him Wrong..

There are a few items that you did not mention; such as, has the Mom contacted her lawyer to seek counsel on these obvious frivolous concerns of the father? Had the Office of the Official Guardian been involved with the divorce proceedings? Did the 15 year old have her own attorney? By law, every child is to have full and competent and independent legal representation which is provided through Justice for Children.

No Family Court Judge/Magistrate or Adjudicator will just willfully grant the father his requests. The onus is on the father to prove his case of depression regarding his daughter. Also, he is going to have to prove that it is appropriate for weekend visits to commence once again. The Courts will review the reasons/excuses why the visits stopped in the first place.

The Mom's lawyer should have Mom prepared to provide documents from the girl's medical practitioner regarding his assessment of her mental health, letters, from the school - including the Principal, Guidance Counsellor and Teachers to affirm that the girl does not act or display depressive symptoms at school. Ideally, if this family attends Church, a member of the Clergy could also write a letter stating his/her opinions and observations of the girl.

My best advice for any parent going through a situation such as this is to have as much documentation available for the lawyer and the Courts. Under NO circumstances should Mom discuss her Plan of Action with her ex husband and both parents should be doing their best to keep their daughter out of the line of fire; otherwise, the poor girl could become depressed. Parents should not be using their children as pawns.

Tell Mom to get to her lawyer's office as soon as possible. The longer she waits, the less time that they have to work through all of the issues that they are facing and to prepare the best possible legal counsel for the daughter.

It is also important to remember that either Parent has the legal right to request ammendments to the Divorce Decree at any time as long as they are not frivilous.

One good point is that the daughter is 15 and the Courts will listen to what she "wants" because the Courts feel that at that age, the child is old enough to know who they want to spend their time with.

Good Luck to All.

Looking For A Good Injury Attorneys !?
Looking For A Good Injury Attorneys ! Want Some Good Advices Not Hire Them. Thanks !

LOL- You are joking right?

You think that lawyers (other than the yahoo wannabe lawyers) are just setting around watching and waiting to answer a question on Yahoo?

And then you want FREE advice

LOL-don't stay up too late waiting for a response because it is not coming