Finding An Experienced Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will find that there are many lawyers in your area that advertise that they specialize in your form of case. This may make the process of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the following you will be able to limit your pursuit to the correct one out of almost no time. Step one is to generate a listing of the lawyers which can be listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your position. When you are making this list you ought to only include those that you have a great vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down by taking a bit of time evaluating their internet site. There you should certainly find the amount of years they have been practicing and a few general information regarding their success rates. At this point your list must have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You ought to then take time to check out independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure to see the reviews instead of just relying upon their overall rating. The details inside the reviews will give you a sense of how they interact with their clientele and the length of time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, you should meet up with at least the very last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are looking for. This will give you enough time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing you and your case. It can be vital that you follow every one of these steps to actually find a person which has the best measure of experience to get you the very best outcome.
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Please Help? I Need Some Legal Information For This?
I'M Writing A Book And In Short It'S About A Severely Depressed Girl Named Violet Who Tries To Commit Suicide Because Her Father Killed Her Mother When She Was Like 7. She Tries To Drown Herself In A Lake But Before She Can Die Nick (I'M Thinking About Changing His Name To Dante Or Isaac) Saves Her And Takes Her To The Hospital.
That'S All I'Ve Got Written So Far, So I Need Some Help. Being Fourteen Years Old I Don'T Know Much About Legal Stuff. So I Want To Know, If Something Like This Were To Happen In Real Life, Would Someone Have To Sign For Her To Get Out Of The Hospital? She'S An Emancipated Minor (Age 16) But Both Of Her Parents Are Dead, So Could She Just Go Home When She'S Allowed? Or Does Something Else Need To Happen Before She Does? Sorry If This Is A Stupid Question :S
Emancipated minor, she has the legal right to leave if she wants under most circumstances.
If she tried to drown herself, she is a danger to herself.
If the hospital knows she attempted suicide, they CAN request from a court that she be involuntarily held for observation or treatment. If she claims she fell in by accident, then they have no way (and probably wouldn't want to) keep her from leaving once she's recovered from the drowning itself.
Other stuff that might help a story:
Emancipated minor does not alter 'age of consent'. There may be legal hassles for Nick if anyone wanted to claim he did anything 'inappropriate'.
On more twist if you like:
If Nick knows she tried to kill herself, should he tell the hospital, even if she says it was an accident?
If he does, and they hold her, how does she feel about it, both right now, and maybe after she's gotten 'help' for depression?
If he doesn't, and she tries again, does he find out, and how does he feel about it. ;>
How To Find A Non Lawyer?
How To Become A Non Lawyer For Ssi
What? Do you need an SSRI? That's a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Perhaps you also need an atypical antipsychotic? It will block your dopamine and serotonin.
Where Do I Find A Good Free Lawyer?
My Husband Recently Got A New Job. His Previous Employer Is Refusing To Pay Him His Last Check And Money For Business Expenses. We Have Filed At The Dept Of Labor But This Will Probably Be A Timely Process...We Are Going To File For Small Claims Case But His Previous Employer Has Many Attorneys And A Devious Way Of Flipping Situations Around. We Are Sure That We Have The Proof To Win A Case But We Cannot Afford A Lawyer (No Pay Check-Remember?) What Should Our Course Of Action Be? Aren'T There Lawyers That Work For Free Until The Case Is Won? Thanks!
You like everyone else think that all lawyers are rich, so they should be able to take on all of these pro bono cases from people who cant afford a lawyer or believe they are rich, so they should not pay them.
I am married to a lawyer who had a sole practice for over 40 years and just retired. We were never rich, but many weeks his secretary made more then he did, since he has a mortgage, office to pay to live. Many of his clients never paid him, but he had been their lawyer for years so continued to handle their cases.
As for lawyers that work on a "contingency" basis, meaning we get paid if you win, are many. Look for personal injury lawyers that advertise, but you have to remember in those cases, the fee you pay when you win is FROM YOUR POCKET. Most of these contingency agreements will state we will get 1/3 or more from your winnings that they take out. So in your case, if you win, then the last check and business expenses are paid, but the lawyer will take his "cut" which means most likely you will end up with even less.
A lawyer cannot speed up a case and either side can continue the case or file pleadings to delay it.
Your best bet is to allow the DOL to handle and wait it out. At least he has a new job so not unemployed w/out any money coming in. As for filing a small claims suit, the outcome maybe the same and that takes time also.
Personally I suggest you call a lawyer for your legal rights. Many lawyers, including my husband would give you 1 free consult to see if this claim filed in small claims would be right or not.
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How Do Lawyers Work?
We'Re In The Process Of Trying To Hire A Lawyer, And Each One Is Charging 100 Bucks An Hour. They Charge For All The Hours They Had Something To Do With Your Case (Including When They Thought About Your Case A Little Driving Home), Or What? So Then If You Get Slapped With A 2000 Dollar Bill On A Really Really Simple Case, They Worked 20 Hours On It? It'S Just An Essay, Basically, Would It Really Take That Long?
it depends on the services you require. most lawyers work on an hourly fee basis, but you can definitely request an itemized bill of the services performed. you could also negotiate a fixed fee or instruct them not to exceed a certain amount. in practice, 20 hours is not a lot of time spent on a project which could require research of the law, analysis and finished written summary. it just seems like a lot because you have to pay it! good luck. oh, and lawyers are not suppose to charge you for time in transit (unless agreed upon) such as thinking about your case while driving to the golf course or while playing a round of golf. get an itemized bill.
Fidentia Uk, Did Not Pass On The Legal Fees Of 1400€ To The Local Lawyer Which I Paid Them. What Should I Do?
I Paid Them 1400€ For The Legal Fees For The Purchase Of An Apartment Abroad. They Haven'T Passed On The Legal Fees To The Local Lawyer. Therefore He Has Not Been Paid For The Work. I Cannot Get In Contact With The Fidentia Company In The Uk. How Can I Get My Money Back? How Can I Resolve This Matter?
Presumably, you are working through Fidentia UK to carry out conveyancing on your behalf in Europe? Therefore, they should be speaking to their local solicitor and not you?
If you continue to have problems with them then you might want to speak with the FSA (Financial Services Authority) who are probably the regulator for Fidentia UK.