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Please Need Some Legal Advice.?
Can I Use Part Of The Bankruptcy Evidence In A Child Custody? My Wife When Were Still Together Had An Affair With Someone. I Found Out The Hard Way .Collectors Were Calling Me At Work She Had Stop Paying All Bills. Then Found Out She Had Another Bank Account With This Guy .They Maxed Out The Bank Card. Now All That Is Included In The Bankruptcy Case Which I'm Paying For The Bankruptcy Case. Can Someone Tell Me. I Live In Indiana
A- Most likely its a Crime and for a few grand a lawyer will tell you all about it and for several more you will be divorced in a couple years.
advice for that Do what Ever he says.
B- You can do a no fault. [ no one is to blame / we each go our own way] be done with it a couple mo's after the states legal wait period
and be done with it for under 500. the key to that is to be big enough to decide what is far to each. places like legal zoom have point and click questions to do it all [ 300 with kids] But you both have to play nice for a few hrs [ and save Several grand + ]
i personally did the ' cheaper' and had to attempt to file 11 times, the ' money back guaranty ' was a joke and it added 2.5 mo but i was out the door 260 and over 100 Extra hr paper work Pay for them to do it right the first time.
Is It Unethical To Ask For Free Legal Advice From 2 Diff. Lawyers For The Same Legal Problem?
Both Lawyers Give Free Legal Advice: One Through The Internet By Email And The Other Over The Radio Live Or Phone-In Or Through Text Messages.
There are many examples where people hire many lawyers in one case. Multi-national companies hire many big lawyers in a single matter, just to stop them from hiring by the opposite party.
There is no legal as well as ethical problem in your case. And after all there is no 'consideration' involved in your relationship with both of them. You niether have any contractual relationship with them nor there is any "agency" relationship. So go ahead you need not worry about the ethical aspect.
Also you are not bound to disclose to any of them that you are simultaneously seeking advice from someone else.
Has Anybody Dealt With The Lawyer Referral Network?
Any "referral network" is going to be based on fees the lawyer pays to have their name listed. Call your county bar association, tell them what area of law you're needing help in (personal injury, real estate, probate, etc.) and ask for a referral. It's free and more likely to yield a decent result.
Are Lawyer To Lawyer Convos Privileged?
Am Trying To Settle A Civil Dispute Over Some Monies With My Ex, In A Latest Phone Call His Lawyer Told My Lawyer That If I Did Not Agree To A Certain Sum Of Money That His Client (My Ex) Intended To Try To Prosecute Me...There'S A Lot More To This Story..But My Basic Question Is Are Lawyer To Lawyer Conversations Privileged? This Seems Like Blackmail To Me - Threatening To Try To Get Me Into Legal Trouble If I Don'T Agree To A Certain Amount Of Money. Anyone Know This? I Won'T Get A Chance To Speak To My Lawyer Again Until Tomorrow And I Really Want To Know. Thank You In Advance For Any Replies.
His lawyers conversation with him is privilaged. Yours with your lawyer is privilaged. His lawyer to your lawyer is not. The tough thing is going to be to get a lawyer to turn and honest up if it affects another lawyer (it's a fraternity of sorts). It depends on how things were phrased. If it was "I'd be willing to let it go (the charge) if we come to a reasonable understanding" then you'd be hard pressed to pursue it. If it were "she's gonna give me some money or I'm gonna have her put in jail" then the malice and desire for money above all other concerns is easier to show. If he has legitimate charges but seekd a settlement rather than pursue it then you'll have to rise to a higher standard. If it's bogus and a shakedown then fight it.
Which Should A Civil Engineer Pursue: Patent Or Construction Law?
I'M An Undergraduate Majoring In Civil Engineering @ Georgia Tech. I Plan On Getting My Master'S In Civil Engineering Here Too And Plan On Moving Into Patent/Construction Law Because I Will Be Making A Lot More Money.
I Just Want To Know Which I Should Go For, Which Is More Related To My Major, Which One Makes More Money, Ect. If You Could Site Your Sources Or Just Give Me Your Opinion, I'D Appreciate It! Thx!!
I happen to agree with Oil Field Trash.
Regarding Construction Law:
Getting a masters degree in CE is not going to prepare you for legal practice. Grad school prgrams in CE are very technical and will provide little if any real experience that can be translated into construction law. Real world experience working with contracts, change orders, and claims is going to be a lot more beneficial than what you learn in CE grad school. The time spent in grad school would be better spent either working in the field or going straight to law school.
How To Modify Divorce Decree In Michigan?
I Have A One Year Old Daughter Who Was Conceived Just Before My Divorce Was Final To My Ex Husband. He Is Not Her Father And He Does Not Contest That Fact. We Had Been Separated For Two Years And We Were Both In New Relationships By The Time The Court Proceedings Were Complete. When We Had Our Final Day In Court I Did Not Know I Was Pregnant And Thus I Was Not Able To Enter Into Our Divorce Decree The He Is Not The Father. When My Daughter Was Born I Put My Fiancé (Her Father) On Her Birth Certificate. I Have Now Found Out That The State Entered My Ex Husband As Her Father Because We Were Technically Still Married During Her Conception.
I Know It Is Always Wisest To Hire An Attorney But I'D Rather Skip That Cost Since We Are All In Agreeance.
What Forms Do I Need To File To Do This? What Is The Process?
I Understand That After The Decree Is Corrected I Then File With Vital Records To Update The Birth Certificate. The Part I Am Getting Stuck On Is The Initial Court Paperwork.
First you should contact a lawyer in Michigan.
You would have to file some kind of motion to modify the divorce decree.
If the actual biological father has owned up to paternity, then the only issue is to correct the decree to accurately reflect the reality of the situation.
The Michigan equivalent to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60 is:
MCR 2.612 allows for relief from a judgment or order on specific grounds. These include mistake (2.612(C)(1)(a)); fraud, misrepresentation, or other misconduct of an adverse party (MCR 2.612(C)(1)(c)); and any other reason justifying relief from the operation of the judgment (MCR 2.612(C)(1)(f)).
A trial court's decision to grant relief based on this court rule is discretionary and will not
be disturbed absent an abuse of discretion. See Huber v Frankenmuth Mutual Ins Co, 160 Mich App 568, 576; 408 NW2d 505 (1987).
This can be accomplished with a motion to correct or amend the final decree due to mistake.