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How Much Does An Attorney Make A Year?
Just An Average Attorney. Or More Specifically An Estate Planning Attorney? Or A Natural Resource/Oil Attorney?

Anything from nothing to $millions.

It's not the field of law so much, as the type and status of the clients. If you have only a few clients in a year, or do mostly pro bono work, you'll have no income. If you handle estate planning for Bill Gates, you'll have millions.

Who Is The Toughest Medical Malpractice Lawyer In Sc?

I'm not really sure who the best med. mal. lawyer is in the southeast but I'm sure you can find one online. I'm sure you can just google it or find a directory. Most lawyer websites now have there statistics or how they have done in recent cases. Other than that you are likely to be best off going by word of mouth asking around. I'm going to give you a few directories that are broken down into areas that come up when you type in medical malpractice lawyer in google. Good luck

Do I Have To Have A Divorce Lawyer?
My Divorce Has Been Finalized For Almost Three Years. I Have Custody Of My Two Children, Due To His Abusiveness Which Was Proved To The Court. My Older Daughter Will Be 18 In A Few Months And My Ex-Husband Wants To Modify Support Which Is Understandable. I Have Given $8500 To My Lawyer During The Past Three Months And I Have No Idea What She Has Done For Me. My Lawyer And His Lawyer Are Sending Letters To Each Other Which Is Costing Me A Lot Of Money. I Want To Go To Court By Myself Without A Lawyer And Defend My Case Myself. It Is Extremely Costly To Have A Lawyer And I Can Not Afford It. The Lawyers On Both Sides Are Filling Up Their Pockets And I Am Seeing No Results. She Has Told Me To Send Her Another $5000 Right Away And She Has Done Nothing. Is Is Reasonable To Spend This Much Money To Modify Child Support? Do You Think I Can Defend Myself And Is It A Good Idea? I Appreciate Any Help You Can Provide.

Attorneys love to take this type of opportunity to screw you. You can do this without an attorney. Even with one, those charges are robbery. I would report the attorney to the state Bar and do it myself or find another attorney who would charge me reasonable rates. Child support is determined by his income so it is really just a formality. You also have the right to request that he keep paying you until your kids have college degrees.

If you hire another attorney, hire a family lawyer rather than a divorce lawyer. Divorce lawyers keep stirring up trouble to increase their fees. They seldom look for an amicable resolution.

What Should I Be Getting Out Of My Summer Job At A Law Office?
I Am A Law Student And I Feel That My Current Job Is Not Giving Me The Experience I Need To Go Out Into The Legal Profession.

What you get as a Law Clerk, in order of the likelihood you can actually get it:

1. A line on your resume (this is a minimum. if it isn't going to do that much, McDonald's pays better and is more fun).

2. Contacts (not just at that firm, with other firms and judges)
(This is the most important, but often difficult even for those good at this kind of thing, and impossible for those who are not).

3. Insight into how a law firm operates as a business (This can be done in almost any position, but you have to open your eyes and understand what you're seeing, not just focus on what the Boss wants today).

4. Actual experience (Not likely. You're being hired to do "work" that anyone with a high-school education can do, you don't need a law background to run a copier. Few clerks actually do serious legal work).

5. Money (worst reason of all. Almost anything pays better).

Should I Stick With The Custody Agreement?
My Boyfriend And I Have An 18 Month Old Son Together. We Recently Split Up At The Beginning Of The Month. We Already Have A Custody Agreement In Place From Last Year. I Have Physical Custody And I Am The Custodial Parent. The Agreement Says That He Goes To His Dad'S House Every Other Weekend, Friday-Sunday Night. And One Weekend Out Of The Month He Stays Until Monday Night. I Have Agreed To Let Him Go Every Weekend To His Dad'S. His Dad Really Wants To Be A Part Of His Life, But I Have Heard That It Makes Me Look Bad To The Courts. Although I Do Not Understand This, My Question Is Should I Just Stick With The Written Agreement Or Continue To Let My Ex Get Him Every Weekend? Keep In Mind Our Split Is Fresh And I'M Honestly Scared He Might Be Doing It To Get Custody Away From Me For Some Reason.

I went through a custody battle three years after my divorce. One thing you should keep in mind is that a child truly needs the balance of two parents, no matter which parent he or she lives with.

As long as the child is with you during the week most of the time and you are the primary caregiver, I feel that there will be no problems. If you feel that he is trying to take this child from you, remember, YOU DO NOT OWN THE CHILD!! NEITHER DOES HE!! The one who will suffer most in a custody battle is the child. Please keep this in mind as things unfold. I hope you and your ex are in communication. This can help to prevent any ugly battles in court.

For the first three years after our divorce, we had joint custody. I, however, was the primary caregiver (my son was with me about 70% of the time). When it came time for elementary school, his mother took me to court and sued for full custody. The judge threw it out of court so she appealed. She won the appeal maybe because she is the mother or because my business took so much of my time even though it did not interfere with my ability or efforts to give him proper care and there was nothing I could do. (I don't understand the appeals courts)

As long as you are giving proper care to your child and not abusing him or yourself, he will not be able to take custody. The fact that you are willing to grant him extra time with the child also is in your favor.

My son has always been in my life, even after that bitter court session. He has always looked to me for guidance and still from time to time does. He is now 32 and lives in Japan (as do I) but most of all, we are best friends.

Elder Law And Poa?
My Mom Is In The N H. If I Had Poa Would I Be Responsible For Her Bills?

If you're the POA then you can pay her bills but her bills are still her bills.

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