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Are There Any Free Legal Aid Lawyers That Can Help Me?
My Abuser Has Court Date On August Of 2013. The Last Incident Happened 3 Months Ago. My Abuser Had Hired A Private Lawyer, They Both Went To Court To Drop The Warrant(He Had Warrant), The Judge Gave Him A $2,000 Bail, But My Abuser Ended Up Posting It. The Judge Also Ordered Him To Not Contact Me And Stay Away From Me. Just Recently On June I Had Contacted Him, We Spoke And He Told Me How Really Sorryhe Was, Crying Over The Phone Telling Me He Was Going To Propose To Me. I Kept Contact With Him At Least For Two Weeks Until I Finally Realized Many That'S When I Completely Stopped Calling And Texting Him, Sent Him A Couple Of Pics. But He Never Replied Back To None Of My Texts. He Would Rather Have Me Call Him When He Would Say So, If He Wanted Pics From Me, I Would Send It To Him. He Just Never Replied Back To Any Of My Texts. As Soon As I Stopped Calling Him And Texting Him, Two Days After He Calls Me From A Payphone(Instead Of His Phone), I Asked Him Why Was He Calling Me If I Had Already Made It Clear To Him That I No Longer Wanted To Speak To Him Anymore. He Asked Me To Do Him A &Quot;Favor&Quot;, For Me To Call Him Back So We Can &Quot;Speak&Quot;. I Never Called Him Back. It Was At Least 4 To 5 Days I Didn'T Do Him That Favor. My Mom Had Came From Worcester To Visit Me And My Daughter(He Is The Father To Her), Me And My Mom Were At The Bus Terminal And Out Of Nowhere My Abuser Comes And Approaches Me And My Babygirl, Tells Me That He Just Wanted To Say Hi And Then Gave A Kiss To His Daughter And Left. After That I Really Didn'T Feel Comfortable Him Approaching Me Out Of Nowhere(Especially That He Had Just Been Told By A Judge Recently Not To Contact Me And To Stay Away From Me). There Is No Restraining Order In Place, So It Makes Me Believe He Took Full Advantage Of That. The Next Day Aftet He Approached Me, I Had Called Him And Told Him To Please Not Approach Me Like That Anymore, He Got Upset And Started Asking Me Why, If All He Wanted To Do Was See His Daughter.
Get an attorney asap. For your own protection, get an attorney.
THE best way to find a lawyer is by word of mouth. Ask your: family, friends, coworkers, anyone you might know in the same situation, etc.
Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle your type of matter. (If money is a BIG problem, you could also ask for the phone number of your local LegalAid office. - the attorneys at LegalAid are "real" attorneys, but sometimes in the field of Law, how much you are willing to pay does affect the quality you get.)
When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Just tell the Secretary the main idea of your matter - do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Attorney. When you get the Lawyer on the phone line, ask him/her:
- Do they give >>>FREE, initial consultations for the FIRST meeting? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge (per hour)?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?
(This is based on my knowledge, information, belief, and life experiences. This was intended as personal opinion, and not intended to be used as legal advice. Seeking advice over the Internet is not a good idea - the field of Law is too complex for that. Please be careful and do your research.)
Married Getting Separated. How To Go About Getting Alimony?
I Know Some One Who Is Separating With There Husband How Can She Get Alimony? A Lawyer? The Court House? Please Help.
a lawyer, but most of the time, depending on the situation as to how long you have been married and if you had a job during all or most of the marriage and if you have a job, how much you get paid. these are all the factors they look at. most of the time, in a regular divorce, you can only get about 6 mos. of alimony, if that.
My Father Has A Piece Of Property And He Is Having A Dispute About It With A Famous Civil Rights Lawyer?
The Property Was Never Marked Correctly By The City And Now The Little Piece Is Being Taken By The Civil Rights Lawyer And Claims It Is His. The Civil Lawyer Wants To Build A Big Building Near Us By Our Home And He Needs The Piece That My Father Has A Partial Claim There. My Father Would Like To Fight This Lawyer But We Are Not Sure What Can Be Done. Any Suggestions
The Lawyer Is Very Famous And Has Won Claims Against The City For Jail Clients That Were Being Mistreated In This City. Any Advice Of Suggestions Would Help?
When you have a legal dispute with a lawyer, you need another lawyer. I know it's hard to believe, but in commercial & property litigation, a lawyer's reputation for representing criminal clients isn't going to help him.
Is A Court-Appointed Lawyer Good Or Bad?
Ok, So My Sister Is Being Charged With A Felony(Wounding Charge) From A Domestic Dispute Against Her Bf...And Currently She Is Sitting In Jail..We'Re Trying To Work Out Getting Her A Bond Until Her Actual Prelim. Hearing In A Month....But The Courts Have Given Her A Lawyer. Right Now, We(Our Family) Don'T Have The Money To Hire A Private Lawyer...Mostly B/C My Parents Had To Hire A Family Lawyer A Week Ago, To Try To Get Custody Of My Sister'S Child...This Pending Charge Against My Sister Was Definitely In Self-Defense, And We Have Numerous Witnesses That Can Testify On Her Behalf Of What Her Bf Has Done To Her For The Past Year...
Now We'Re Worried About How Well This Court-Appointed Lawyer Is Going To Iron Out All The Intricate Details That Are Needed To Defend My Sister, And If He'Ll Spend The X-Tra Time To Make A Really Good Case With The Info We'Re Giving Him...Ive Heard That If A Person Uses These Types Of Lawyers, They Almost Always Get A Higher Sentence B/C They Don'T Do A Good Job...Does Anyone Have Any Input? Have You Had Success With Them Or Complete Disasters?
And If Anyone Knows This...What'S The Difference B/T Court-Appointed Lawyers And Public Defenders? I Was Trying To Do Some Google Searching And Some Sites Say They Are The Same, And Others Say, They Are Different??
It depends on the jurisdiction as to whether or not a court appointed lawyer is the same as a public defender. If the county has enough public defenders, then the court appointed lawyer will almost always be a public defender. If the county does not have enough public defenders, the judge can select a criminal attorney off of a list and assign that attorney to a case.
There are good and bad public defenders. And there are good and bad criminal defense attorneys. I will tell you that when I did my internship (at a county prosecutor's office), I learned that a significant number of the area defense attorneys went into private practice after they were not able to get hired as public defenders. I also saw that some of the prosecutors absolutely detested some of the private criminal defense attorneys and would not offer their clients anything resembling a good plea agreement. The criminal defense attorney got paid regardless of the outcome, so the only person who really suffered was the client.
Your sister's best bet is almost certainly going to be to stick with the court appointed lawyer. Your family will not be able to afford the caliber of criminal defense attorney you would want, and you would probably throw your money away on a minimally competent attorney who is working on a ton of other cases with little or no help. At least a public defender will have an entire office to support him/her.
(And the public defenders who are assigned to the felony cases are the ones with more experience. You won't be getting someone right out of law school.)
Probate And Court Question?
My Father In Law Passed Away At The Beginning Of The Year And Now Everything As Far As His Debts Has Been Taken Care Of. We Asked The Court To Close His Probate Case. Around How Long Will The Court Take To Close.
Im In Nebraska If It Helps Any.
Once his creditors have been satisfied, the executor needs to file an Administration Account of all income and expenditures during the estate administration period. That gets filed with the Court in the county where your father in law last resided. Once that's filed, the Court usually takes about 30-90 days, depending on the volume on the Court docket, to approve the Account, assuming it doesn't get audited. When the Account is approved, final distribution of any assets can be made.
Keep in mind, however, that final tax returns will have to be filed and any distributions received from the estate may be subject to inheritance tax, depending on the relationship between the decedent and the beneficiary, not to mention state law.
I Need A Lawyer??????????
I Am Trying To Sue A Big Name Company, I Called The Local Lawyers I See All The Time On T.V. But They Said They Wouldn'T Handle That, I Think There Just Injury Attorneys. What Kind Of Lawyer Should I Be Looking For To Go After A Big Company?
I think you'd be careful before taking any action and you'd better discuss your case with pro bono based (free of charge) attorney in your area. This is important because you may hear good advise from the one who specialized in the area.
Anyway, since they are free of charge, you have nothing to lose to consult your problem with them. Trust me, they are very good people, very professional and willing to help you all out.
I just searched on internet for you and found 2 websites that perhaps useful for you.
You may have the complete list of top pro bono attorneys in USA on http://www.criminalsattorney.info/index-...
Just visit the website as soon as possible to get help.
Another website that I also found for the complete list of law firms (lawyer) in USA can also be found on http://www.toplawfirms.us
You may even search law firm by state, in your area.
Have a great of luck!