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Divorce Lawyers In Dallas?
Anyone Know A Cheap/Decent/Male Divorce Lawyer In Dallas
I don't think a guy should even waste his time with a lawyer when it comes to the child support part anyways. The states have a formula and the judge will just use that formula to calculate child support. It doesn't matter how good your lawyer is. The formula is just the formula and there's no way around it unless your ex agrees to a smaller amount than the formula comes out to. Just prepare to get screwed. It's a very biased system. Women get everything and the men have to pay through the nose. It sucks.
When Was The Last Time You Slipped And Fell On Ice?
Wat Shoes Were U Wearing That Made U Lose Ur Grip
Ha Ha! You just brought back a funny memory! My father in law slipped on ice at the end of his drive and just layed there cause he couldn't get up. My mother in law can't walk very well from a stroke. So she called the neighbors, in the country, to come get him. He was fine. It was just all ice and he kept slipping all over. So, anyways, I kept teasing him on the "Help! I'v fallen and I can't get up!" saying. Well, about two days later, mother in law, hubby and me went out to eat. We were on ice and I just suddenly did the splits. My legs got as far apart as they could and I just stayed there. Hubby had to put mom in the car and get me. Anyways, hope I didn't bore you. Maybe it's a funnier if you were there type of thing. I was wearing tennis shoes and dad was wearing black loafers.
Can Grandparents Get Visitation Rights?
If I Do Not Get Along With My Daughter, And She Says Her Child Will Not Know Me And Never See Me, Can I Get A Lawyer And Get Some Sort Of Visitation Rights In Court?
CAN a grandparent get a court order of visitation? In some states and under some circumstances.
But if you don't get along with your daughter, then your daughter almost certainly has the absolute right to prevent you from ever having access to the child.
In the states that permit grandparents to sue for visitation - it is usually required that the grandparent already had a relationship with the child (that the parent has now tried to prevent) or that the grandparent's child has died and the widow/widower is refusing to let the grandparents see the child.
But regardless, you would be required to show that it would be in the best interests of the child to have visitation with you . . . and if you would be a disruptive and negative influence in the family life of the child, then you have no hope of winning.
If you want to be a grandmother, you had better recognize that your daughter is the gatekeeper. Be nice to her or you won't know her child.
Cant Find An Attorney To Answer.....?
Please No Rude Comment. I Am Not In A Place To Take Constructive Criticism.
My Husband Just Left Me. We Have Had Separate Bank Account And He Gives Me 200 A Week For Whatever I Need. He Has 20K In His Savings Account From A Settlement He Got. While We Were Married. And The Settlement Is From An Accident I Set And Took Care Of Him For 1 1/2 Years. I Have No Job (My Resume Is Terrible And I Haven'T Been Able To Find Work), Basically I Screwed Myself. And Its Not Looking Like He Is Going To Give Me Money Willingly. What Can I Do? What Are My Rights To Get Some Of That Money?
If you are in Texas go here: http://www.texasbar.com/Template.cfm?Sec...
You can look for an attorney there.
But, Texas is a "community property" state, meaning that all income EARNED during the marriage is equally the property of both parties to the marriage, but income not earned by one of the parties, such as a settlement from an accident, might not be community property. You need to check with an attorney.
It is not necessary to address whether that is community property if you go to court, after filing your petition for divorce, you can ask the court to order payments in an amount you can live on. These are called "Temporary Orders" and can include spousal support and child support.
Good Luck, times are hard right now, and you may have to find a way to cut expenses. Maybe you could place an ad and do housework, there is usually a need for domestic help all over, and it pays daily. Usually you can get $10. to $20. per hour for housework, with 4 hour minimum daily schedule.
For Experienced Lawyers/Paralegal?
I'M Going To A Graduate School, Which Was Owned By A Group Of People Until The First Six Months Of 2008. During The Summer Break Of That Same Year We Received A Letter That A New Corporation Had Bought The School.
Since Than We Have Changed The Name Of Our School. We Never Signed Anything At All. The Original Fees And Tuitions Were Set For $475/Unit. However, We Were Informed That The New Owner Increased The Cost/Unit To $628/Unit. Nothing Else Was Said, Written, Published,.... (We Enrolled In 2008, Before The School Changed Owner).
After Registering For The Semester Of Fall 2009 The Registrant Added $630 Detailed As &Quot;Institutional Fee.&Quot;
So My Question Is: Can The School, Without Any Written Agreement, Add Any Amount They Want And Charge The Students For That Amount? Again, We Never Signed Anything Nor We Were Ever Informed Of Any Further Charge By Anybody.
if there is no written agreement - sounds like they can probably do it. however there may be an applicable law or statute. so it is worth checking in to.
Dwi In Texas.....Bad Lawyer!?!?
My Brother Received A Dwi Charge Last Year On October 17, 2009. He Turned 23 On October 28Th. He Got Pulled Over On The Highway For Speeding (I Know, Dumbass!) Coming From Our Mother'S Birthday Party. He Went To Jail And We Bailed Him Out The Next Day. My Mom Got Him A Lawyer (Nunn Law Firm). In This Year Of 2010
He Went To Court In March,He Waited 4 Hours And The Lawyer Rescheduled It.
He Went To Court In April, He Waited 3 Hours And The Lawyer Rescheduled It.
He Went To Court In June, He Waited 4 Hours And The Lawyer Rescheduled It.
He Went To Court In July (Todday) He Waited 3 Hours, The Lawyer Didnt Show Up.....
He Called The Law Firm And They Told Him That His Lawyer Had To Go Somewhere And There Was Another Lawyer Covering For Him. He Waited Another 2 Hours....
He Spoke To The Clerk Lady Lol And She Told Him That His Court Date Was Rescheduled To August And That She Didnt Know Why The Law Firm Didn'T Notify Him...
So Obviously This Is A Bullshit *** Lawyer, My Mom Already Paid Him $1,000 Dollars (My Brother Is Disabled).....The Lawyers Actions Show That He Is Not Capable Of Helping My Brother In The Courtroom.
What Can I Do About This? Do You Think He Could Fire Him And Get His Money Back?
We Couldn'T Afford A New Lawyer :/
Call the law firm and ask to speak to a senior partner. Tell him calmly what you told us.
If that doesn't get action, then say "I am preparing a bar complaint against your firm but thought I would ask one last time if you cannot resolve this matter."
If you don't get action then write a complaint and send it to the State Bar asking for your money back and an explanation. LAWYERS HATE BAR COMPLAINTS!!!