Finding An Experienced Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will see that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they are experts in your form of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it is possible to limit your quest to the right one in almost no time. The first task is to generate a list of the lawyers that happen to be listed in the area specializing in your needs. When you are which makes this list you need to only include those which you have an excellent vibe about based upon their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using some time evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and several general details about their success rates. At this time your list ought to have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites plus an appropriate volume of experience. You need to then take time to check out independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure to browse the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The information in the reviews gives you a concept of the way that they connect with their clients and how much time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you will want to meet with no less than the very last three lawyers who have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with some time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It can be vital that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you find someone that has the correct degree of experience to get you the ideal outcome.
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Florida Family Law Attorneys!! Help!?
I Have A Court Order With My Ex To Share Custody 50/50 Of Our One Year Old. He Is Constantly Dictating Every Move, And Unless I Do Exactly What He Says, Including Have Sex With Him, He Threatens Me, Calls Me Names, And Tells Me That He Will Have Her Taken Away. I Have Held A Job And Keep A Roof Over Her Head, I Don'T Do Drugs, I Keep Her Clothed. Im A Good Mother, And He Just Wont Leave Me Alone. He Told Me The Other Day That He Knows When I'M Not Home Because He Drives By At Night. He Told Me That He Was Going To Take Me Back To Court. I Called The Cops And Told Them What Was Going On, But I'M Still Scared. Seriously, What Could He Possibly Have On Me? He Is Supposed To Have Her 3 Nights A Week And Only Keeps Her One Of Those Nights, He Has Had 3 Separate Jobs Since She Was Born And Went 2 Months Without A Job At All. His Vehicle Is About To Be Reposessed, And He Keeps Two Dogs In His Garage All Day, His House Smells Horrible From Those Dogs. I'M Tired Of The Abuse! Help!
I am not a Florida attorney but being forced to have intercourse against your will is rape. Please find a licensed attorney in your area and take steps to change this entire situation.
Is your child in danger from the way the house is kept? You may be able to limit visitation or at least the overnights. Is there something going on with him that places the child at risk? For example, drugs or drinking?? An attorney can advise you on how to further proceed.
In the meantime, when you need to transfer the child, do it in a public place or a police station. Do not let him continue to take advantage of you. He does not have to come to your house and you do not have to have any discussions with him outside of things regarding the child.
Do not be intimidated by those threats. Document everything. You do not have to live in fear. You can take control of this situation by putting the needs and welfare of your child first. If you need to go back to court, do so. You don't have to wait on this bozo (oh, sorry), this gentleman to carry out these threats.
Best of luck to you.
Does Anyone Know The Working Law, Because Im Only 17 I Shouldnt Have To Work Until 11 I Think Its 9Pm, And I Need A Certain Amount Of Hours Between Each Shift.?
I am much older than you and have subsequently retired.
Here are some basic laws about working that helped me over the years.
1. If someone thinks enough of you to give you a job, do the best you can and don't complain. If there is sufficient work to keep you there until 11:00 and you are unwilling to do so than your employer doesn't need someone like you and should find someone else. You, in turn, should find other employment somewhere else that requires different hours.
2. If you are being paid by the hour than the more hours you work equates to more money you will be paid.
3. And finally, If and when you spend it you won't have it anymore. So choose wisely.
I hope this helps.
If A Couple Is Only Married For A Short Time, Can The Wife Still Qualify For Lifetime Alimony?
What If The Wife Has A Disability And Has Never Worked During The Relationship?
I Think Someone I Know Is Trying To Marry Someone In Order To Get Lifetime Alimony. It Is A Bad Relationship And She Doesn'T Really Want To Be With Him, But He Takes Care Of Her Financially. They Have Been Together A Short Time, Planning On Getting Married Soon, But She Says She Probably Wont Stay With Him.
Alimony is almost always temporary and depends the most on how long the marriage was. The fact she has a disability and doesn't work could increase the length and amount of the alimony awarded. A judge will also look at her need and situation. She could also end up even more broke in attorney fees trying to get and maintain alimony. I wouldn't personally keep any friend plotting to steal from someone like this.
I Need The Best F*Uckin Immigration Lawyer In Illinois The More Bang For The Buck Type. Give Me Some Names
Check martindale.com. They give peer ratings. I think AV is the highest. You can do an advanced search where you can look for a lawyer by location and practice.
Why Is It Better To Work For A Smaller Law Firm?
1) You will get to do real lawyer's work much sooner. In a small general practice firm, you will probably end up in court, and writing the actual motions and responses in your first month, taking depositions within three to six months, and so forth. Your cases will likely be smaller, so that the consequences aren't as severe if you screw up, but you will be doing a lot of independent work. You won't be completely on your own, if the supervising attorneys have any conscience (or brains), but you will not be locked in a library doing issue research without even knowing any of the facts of the case.
2) The downside is that you will make less money, usually, and have to do a lot of your own scut work, some of which you can't bill the clients for. The upside is that your hours will likely be far more manageable at a smalll firm, and you will make friends with other lawyers in town quicker, since you will actually be seeing them in court, and making deals with them on the telephone, etc.
In short, at a small firm, you will quickly feel like a real lawyer, and act like one, rather than being a galley slave to a "senior partner."
Nurse Or Lawyer ??? Please Help !!!?
So I'Ve Been Lately Disheartened To Pursue My Childhood Dream Of Becoming A Lawyer. I Do Not Want To Go To Law School In Vain. I Know That The Demand For Lawyers Is Very Low. I Have Wanted To Become A Lawyer Since I Was Younger. I Am Now A Senior In High School Thinking Of Reconsidering My Life Goal. My Question To All Of You Is : Should I Go To School To Become A Lawyer Or An Ob/Gyn Nurse Practitioner ?
You want to be a lawyer, so go for it. Demand for lawyers isn't low, but most people can't afford them. Consider starting your own law practice and make it affordable.
You could do it this way: Get your undergrad degree in nursing, a BSN. You will get to take some elective courses, so you can take things to prep for law school, such as logic, psychology, political science, and business.
Once you're ready to apply for grad school, you'll know whether you really want to continue on in nursing, or whether it's still law for you. And if you are one of the ones who isn't snapped up by a law firm, you'll have the nursing to fall back on. On the other hand, your knowledge of nursing will give you an edge if you go into medicine/healthcare-related law.