Finding An Experienced Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in your town that advertise that they concentrate on your type of case. This will make the whole process of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the tips below you will be able to narrow down your quest to the correct one in almost no time. The first step is to create a selection of the lawyers that are listed in your town specializing in your needs. When you are which makes this list you need to only include those that you have an excellent vibe about based upon their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using a little while evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this point your list needs to have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate level of experience. You must then make time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews instead of just relying on their overall rating. The information inside the reviews provides you with a sense of the way they connect with their clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, you will want to talk to a minimum of the last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you time to genuinely evaluate how interested they are in representing you and the case. It is important to follow every one of these steps to ensure that you find a person that has the correct degree of experience to help you the very best outcome.
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How Do I Go About Finding A Prepaid Lawyer?
I Need A Lawyer For My Husband But We Don'T Have Money But If I Could Find A Lawyer That Is Willing To Make Me Paid Monthly I Could Do That
what you can do is do a google search for a lawyer in your state. There are plenty of prepaid lawyer services available these days. Hope you find a good one. Another suggestion, once you find one that you would like to call, go on the better business bureau and check them out. All you would need is the name of the lawyers office or company and the address. Here is the website for it: www.bbb.com
My Parents Were Just Recently Hit By A Drunk Driver, They Are Fine But They Can'T Drive Their Car, The Back-Side Is Smashed In. They Had It Towed To The Repair Shop, They Won'T Have Thier Car For Two Weeks. Both My Parents Work Really Far From Where They Live. They Need A Rental Car, But I Think It'S Wrong For Them To Pay For It, I Think The Drunk Who Smashed Their Brand New Car Should Pay. How Would They Go About Getting Her To Pay For It? She Has Horrible Insurance.
I recommend you have them contact a personal injury lawyer in your area. You can look in the phone book, get a referral from someone who knows attorneys in your area, websites like findlaw.com or contact your county bar association.
Personal injury lawyers usually work on what is called contingency which means they don't charge legal fees unless they recover for you. If they recover, they will take a percentage of any monetary recovery, which is usually around a third, minus the costs.
Good luck and glad your parents are ok.
What Does It Take To Become An Associate Attorney At A Law Firm?
I Am Thinking Of Going To School To Pursue My Bs In Legal Studies And Wondered If That Would Allow Me To Later Become An Associate At A Law Firm?
I am a retired attorney.
An associate attorney is a new attorney at a law firm. If an associate does very well, and is not asked to leave the firm sooner, after about seven years the associate is offered a partnership or in some firms, a shareholder position.
First you need to complete your bachelor's degree. Depending on its content, legal studies may or may not be a particularly good major. Law schools accept all academic majors, but if legal studies at your school is designed for prospective paralegals (roughly equivalent to nurses in the medical profession) and not for prospective law students, then history or political science will be better majors as they will involve more critical reading and writing which is what law school is all about.
Then you need to go to law school for three years and graduate from it.
If you are thinking of a large law firm, you should go to one of the top twenty national law schools, or if you want to practice in your state, you can also go to the top law school in your state. In law school you need to compete for a spot on the best law review (student-edited legal journal) and then compete for one of the highest editorial positions on it. During the summer between your second and third years of law school, you need to do a paid clerkship at a major law firm. If you do well in the clerkship, the law firm will often hire you as an associate attorney after you finish law school. In the meantime you probably will have earned the necessary top grades. Then you need to pass the bar exam.
There are many opportunities for new attorneys in addition to becoming an associate at a law firm.
Please feel free to email me if you wish further discussion. You asked an intelligent question.
Immediate Response To Free Legal Consultation!?!?
Alright, I'Ll Try To Make This Short...
Boy Meets Girl.
Boy Loves Girl.
Boy And Girl Go To Get Married.
Girl'S In-Laws Freak Out And Get Both Parties Arrested.
Judge Thinks It'S All Bullshit And Lets Both Parties Go With Nothing To Record.
Boy Gets To Leave, Girl Is Mandated To Stay For Minimal Set Period Of Time.
Girl'S In-Laws Say They Get Lawyer And Set Up (20 Plus) Charges To Boy'S Name.
Nothing Has Happened Yet, But Girl'S Inlaws Say That The (20 Plus) Charges Will Go Through Due To The Lawyer'S Consent.
I Am The Boy.
The Girl Is My Fiance.
Their Is No Evidence To Anything.
I Have Done Nothing Incriminating.
The Only Evidence That Might Fly, Is That My Fiance'S Entire Family Are Making Sworn Statements To The Authorities And All 11 Of Them Are Agreeing To The Same Story.
(Some Of Which Even Are Reported That I Did After I Left.)
I Just Need A Free Legal Consultant That Will Listen To The Entire Story (Even If We Have To Make Multiple Calls Over A Few Days/Weeks) And Let Me Know If They Can Legally Push All (20 Plus) Of These Charges On Pure Hear-Say And Grouped Sworn Statements.
It'S Very Simple. My Fiance'S Family Is ******* Nuts (Like, Worse Than Hollywood Bullshit) And They Are Trying To Destroy Our Lives.
So Far, All These Free Legal Consultants I Find Say I Either Have To Be Setting Up A Lawsuit Or Already Been Legally Charged/Convicted To Freely Speak To Them.
I Personally Feel That Because There Isn'T Any Evidence Other Than Group Sworn Hearsay, That Nothing Will Happen, My Fiance, On The Other Hand (Who Is Still Mandated To Be In The Other State For A Few Months Due To Bullshit Ect Ect Ect) Is Almost Dying Of Stress, Anxiety, And Depression Due To The Emotional And Psychological Abuse Her Family Is Putting Her Through. (Which Can Only Be &Quot;Proven&Quot; Through Hearsay Just Like The Actual Fake Bullshit Her Family Is Doing)
I Just Wanted To Know If There Is Any Type Of Free Legal Consultation Line That Anyone Knows Of At All, Where You Just Talk To Them About What Is Going On, And They Tell You Whether Or Not You Can File, Or Not Get Filed Against.
I Really Don'T Want To Spend 30 To 100 Bucks An Hour, Just For Someone To Tell Me That I'M Not Going To Jail...
You wrote: "...I really don't want to spend 30 to 100 bucks an hour, just for someone to tell me that I'm not going to jail..."
Fine. You're not going to jail.
Look, I don't have a clue how to answer this question without some basic information. What state did this marriage occur in? How old are you two? What are the 20-odd accusations?
And what on earth were you two arrested for?
Good Bankruptcy Attorneys?
Im Looking For A Good Attorney To File Bankruptcy In The Salem, Or Area.
Look in the phone book.
Call around and make sure he/she has at least 5 years experience in the state.
Yellow pages under Attorneys.
Then look for bankruptcy attorneys.
***Child Citizenship*** Immigration Attorney?
Here Is The Situation.... I Am A Naturalized Us Citizen, I Have A 3 Year Old Son Who Was Admitted To The Us As Refugee (Before I Got My Citizenship)... Since He Was Admitted To The Country As A Refugee He Had His I-94 Stamped At The Port Of Entry And It Shows Clearly That He Was Admitted As A Refugee. Because Of His Refugee Status He Can Not Adjust Status Till After 1 Year Of The Date When He Entered The Us. My Question Is How Do I Get Him A Derivative Citizenship ?? Do I Need To File Adjustment Of Status First (I-485) Then Apply For Citizenship For Him Or What ??? Please I Need Very Very Detailed Instructions On How To Do It (Step By Step) And If An Immigration Attorney Or A Para Legal At An Immigration Law Office Can Answer My Post I Would Be Very Grateful.
I'm not an attorney or paralegal, but I don't believe derivatives are applicable to what you describe. Besides, waiting one year for a three year old won't hurt anything. I could be wrong.