4 Ways To Help Your Lawyer Assist You To When you really need a legal representative at all, you have to work closely along with them in order to win your case. Regardless how competent these are, they're going to need your help. Here are four important methods to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're gonna reveal in their mind. Privilege means everything you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know everything in advance - particularly information the other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of all the information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they need to help them win. 3. Appear Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are punctually, whenever. In reality, because you might need to discuss eleventh hour details or be extra prepared for the truth you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any kind of crime, it's important so as to prove to the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and they are making strides toward enhancing your life. For example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and included in the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your likelihood of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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I Want To Be A Business Lawyer. All Info Appreciates Please!!!
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Okay .... where to start.
First, whoever told you it was "pointless to get your JD in law unless you are planning to teach," should never be listened to. In most states (only two exceptions come to mind) a JD is required to take the bar. That means if you want to be a lawyer you HAVE to have a JD.
As for going to law school. Sign up to take the LSAT no later than Oct of your last year of school. If you're graduating in two years, you may want to look into taking the LSAT this Feb. It will give you time to see how you score, take it test again if you're unhappy with the score, and choose the schools that fit you best. Law school application deadlines can come as early as November as well, so don't put off applying until after Christmas of your last year.
Foreign languages are always useful, even if you choose not to do international law. As for which languages...well any really. Any additional language you speak is an asset. Spanish is of course always popular, and you're out west so Japanese and Chinese will be useful as well. I've seen jobs looking for all of those, as well as French, German, Hebrew, Swahili, Polish, and Hindi. There's no wrong language to learn.
Best of luck to you though. I hope I gave you something that helped.
Attorneys Or Insurance Agents Help!?
I Bought A Harley From A Guy Over A Year Ago, Registered It And Got Tags 2 Years In A Row. Now The Fbi Has Done A Sting And Taken My Bike Claiming It'S A Stolen Vehicle. I Am A Victim In This Situation And Was Told So By The State Police And Fbi. They Said My Ins. Co. (State Farm) May Cover This. I Contacted Them And They Said Under My Policy That Vehicles Seized By The Government Aren'T Covered. I Could Understand This If I Had Done Something Illegal Like Selling Drugs And They Seized It But I'M An Innocent Victim. My Insurance Company Is Willing To Further Investigate, Is There Any Clause You Know Of Any Keywords I Need To Use To Help With My Situation? Any Advice Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
State Farm is correct...a contract is a contract and thats what yours says. But, sounds like you got screwed when you bought the car--it was already stolen, and it's against the law to buy a car that's stolen--whether you knew it or not. You're another victim of INSURANCE FRAUD. So, because you legally were not the owner of the car, and you did not have AN INSURABLE INTEREST in the vehicle, the policy should be RESCINDED, and you be reimbursed for premium you paid. StateFarm will not pay for somethng you did not legally own.
My Mother Is Going For A Meeting About A Settlement For My 12 Yr. Old Brother Who Was In A Wreck And She Really Has Know Idea What To Try To Get. A 18 Year Old Boy Picked Him Up Without Concent And Wrecked And My Brother Had A Broke Collar Bone, Ribs, And Some Head Injurys. Any Idea What She Should Try For?
How severe were these fractures? Did they require surgery? What kind of head injury? Minor concussion? Coma?
Who is she meeting with? Is this a mediation? She cannot ask for more than the policy limits, and I suspect that the driver had compulsory limits only since he was only 18 years old.
Sounds as if your brother was not wearing his seat belt. Any settlement MAY be reduced by his own percentage of negligence. Even a 12 year old should know that a seat belt is worn to prevent severe injuries.
In most states, a judge will need to approve of the settlement anyway. The settlement will likely be placed in an annuity or savings account until he reaches 18 years old, or the age the judge agrees to let him have his settlement.
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Need Legal Advice For Kids Safety??!!!?
The Ex And I Split Up Over 8 Years Ago. We Have A Biological Child Together That Is Now 10 Yrs Old And A Child That Is Not Biologically His But We Both Agreed To Put My Ex On The Birth Certificate, So Legally We Have 2 Children Together. Ages Are 10 And 8 Yrs Old. In The Beginning 4-5 Yrs Of Our Seperation(We Were Not Married) I Did Everything In My Ability For Him To Keep Visitation And Contact With The Kids. We Communicated Well, Kids Spent Every Other Weekend And Holidays And Summer Vacation Time With Him As Well As Phone Calls Back And Forth. The Excuses From My Ex Started Coming More And More Frequent After 5 Years. Then Visitations Stopped. His Visits To See The Kids Were Months At A Time, Phone Calls Died Down To Maybe Once A Month And Then Even Less. The Past 2 Years My Kids Have Seen Him Only 4 Times And Maybe 10 Phone Calls To Speak To The Kids. With This Past Year Holding Two Of The Visits And Only 3 Phone Calls Asking About Them And Asking To Speak To Them. On Father'S Day Weekend My Fiance' (Who Is The Biological Father Of Our 8 Year Old) And I Paid For The Entire Visit From My Ex, Just So The Children Could See Him. We Paid For His Gas To Drive Here And Back, Paid For Food, Activities That The Kids Wanted To Do With Him Etc. The Next Time The Kids Saw Him, Was When I Scheduled The Kids To Stay At Their Paternal Grandparents Home For Two Weeks Just Before School Started This Year.
We Received Court Papers From My Ex About A Month Ago Now, Stating That He Wants Sole Custody Of The Kids. Their Is No Reason Why But From What We Understand This Is Standard When Requesting A Visitation Order Being Placed Within The Courts. We Are Currently Trying To Make Him Happy With Visitation. We Agreed To Christmas Visitation, The One Phone Call A Week That He Requested And The Every Other Weekends...Which Is All That He Was Asking For. Here Lies The Issue...Visitation Was Designated To Be Done At The Grandparents Home(He Removed The Children From There During Chirstmas Visitation And Took Them Else Where), He Has Not Made His Designated Day And Time Phone Call To Speak To The Kids, He Has Called The Kids' School And Had Them Pulled Out Of Their Classes To Speak To Them Over The Phone(Which I Am Very Upset About!!), He Chose To Not Have His Weekend Visitation Because One Of The Children Were Not Able To Go(Which Was The Very First Visitation Weekend Since The Court Papers Arrived).
What Can We Do To Protect Our Kids?? Is There Anything That We Can Legally Do That Would Keep Him Away From Them?? Can We Have His Rights Removed And If So, On What Grounds?? We Really Need Some Advice Here!!
Follow your lawyers advice, and completely ignore what I say.
The kids are not being hurt. So this guy comes into their lives for awhile, and eventually he'll get bored with the kids and it'll go back to him almost never visiting the kids. That doesn't hurt the kids.
I understand your point, that the kids are being set up for a disappointment. But I don't think that's a big deal. The kids have a father. So this guy isn't really their father, he's just a guy they see once in awhile. And I'm guessing the kids like to see him, because he gets to play the fun dad. He probably takes them somewhere fun and plays games with them. And that's fine. I really don't think it hurts the kids at all.
He has no chance of getting custody, so don't even worry about that. Even if he could prove that you used a whip on your children, he still couldn't get custody.
I don't think there's any real problem here. Talk to the kids and let them know what's going on. Kids are capable of understanding a lot of things.
I do understand why your upset about him calling the kids at school. That's close to being abusive on his part. But that's really the only thing that's a problem.
What Shifts Do U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement Officers Work? Are They On Duty 24 Hours A Day?
It depends on where they are working and what they are tasked with. Officers in high recreation areas tend to work longer shifts in the summer months (say 10-12 hours). As with any public servant involved in the law they can be called upon 24-7. I think most work a pretty standard 40 hour week though.
There is a great book out called "The Forest Service & the Greatest Good: A Centennial History", by James G. Lewis. It's the companion book to the documentary "The Greatest Good". If you are really interested in working for the Forest Service I'd suggest getting both. The first link below should help you'll find both the book and the DVD -- that and it's just a really cool site.
I still find it odd that the Forest Service is part of the USDA.