Top 10
Search For Lawyers in San Luis Obispo

Home | Main Page | Advertise With Us | Sitemap

Hospitals
Hospitals
Dentists
Dentists
Coffee
Coffee
Taxi
Taxi
Towing
Towing
Insurance
Insurance
Locksmiths
Locksmiths
Pizza
Pizza
Plumbers
Plumbers
Restaurants
Restaurants
Grocery
Grocery
Next_Page

Search For Lawyers in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
3 Methods To Know You've Picked The Best Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to undergo a legal court system, particularly if lack confidence inside your legal team. Allow me to share three important approaches to understand that you've hired the proper lawyer: 1. They Specialize In Your Type Of Case Legislation is frequently tricky and this requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. When you really need an attorney, try to find person who works with the issue you're facing. Even if a family member or friend recommends you utilize a good they know, if they don't use a focus that's much like your case, keep looking. Once your attorney is surely an expert, especially in the hassle you're facing, you realize you've hired the best one. 2. The Lawyer Has A Winning Record Dependant upon the circumstances, it can be hard to win a case, especially if the team working for you has little to no experience. Try to find practices that have won numerous cases that pertain to yours. Even though this is no guarantee that you case will be won, it offers you a much better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond If the attorney you've chosen takes the time to listen to your concerns and answer your inquiries, you've probably hired the right choice. No matter how busy they are or how small your concerns seem using their perspective, it's essential that they react to you in the caring and timely manner. From the aim of look at an ordinary citizen who isn't acquainted with the judicial system, court cases can be pretty scary you will need updates as well as feel as if you're portion of the solution. Some attorneys are just a lot better to your case than the others. Ensure you've hired the most suitable team for the circumstances, to ensure that you can position the matter behind you as soon as possible. Faith inside your legal representative is the first task to winning any case.

ACTIONPages is your local directory publisher. Serving markets in Arizona, California, Washington, and Canada. ACTIONPages the best local choice for cost-effective advertising.
Some of the cites we server are, California Grover Beach | Pismo Beach | Nipomo | Arroyo Grande | San Luis Obispo | SLO | Morro Bay | Los Osos Orcutt Ojai Arizona | Lake Havasu | Kingman | Bullhead | Prescott | Payson | Show Low | Snowflake | Taylor | Flagstaff Sedona | Cottonwood | Camp Verde | Williams | Washington | Skagit | Whatcom | Bellingham | Ferndale Lynden Mount Vernon | Sedro Woolley | Burlington | Oak Harbor | Anacortes | Camano Island | Stanwood | Arlington Langley Clinton | San Juan Islands | BC | Duncan | Port Alberni | Comox | Courtney | Campbell River | Parksville | Langley Maple ridge | Chilliwack | Abbotsford | Mission | Whistler | Squamish | Sunshine Coast | Terrace | Kitimat | Smithers Prince Rupert | Prince George | Williams Lake | Quesnel | Sidney | Victoria | Alberta | Red Deer | Lloydminster | Ontario | Sudbury | Sault Ste Marie | North Bay | Timmins | Muskoka | Gravenhurst | Parry Sound | Huntsville | Kingston | Belleville | Cornwall | Brockville | Dundas | Pembroke | Renfrew | Smith Falls | Cobourg

Difference Between Family Lawyer And Estate Lawyer?

An estate lawyer handles wills, trusts, probate and all other issues for a person to plan for their final wishes regarding what to do with assets, retirement planning, distribution of assets, etc.

Family lawyers handle anything related to living families - custody, divorce, pre-nuptials, etc.

How Does Insurance Co. Handle A Premise Liability Lawsuit?
How Does Insurance Company Handle Premises Liabilty Lawsuit? If Their Client Is Was At Fault For Negligence Do They Offer To Settle?After Their Client Turn In The Papers(Lawsuit) To Their Insurance What Does He Insurance Do? How Long To They Take To Contact The Plantiff'S Lawyer?

The insurance company's attorneys evaluate the claim and the cost of defending it against the likely award, if any, should the case go to trial. After that evaluation they may decide to settle or litigate.

How long the analysis takes depends upon the circumstances of the case, and whether there is any suspicion that the case might be fraudulent.

If there is a lawsuit, the amount of time to they take to respond depends upon the rules and laws governing the court in which the case is brought.

Can Someone Give Me Some Info On Being A Contract Lawyer?
My Brother And My Sister Both Graduated In Criminal Justice...And My Brother Is Now In Law School. He Was Telling Me I Should Look Into Being A Contract Lawyer Because He Thinks I Would Like It? He Kind Of Told Me A Little About It. How Can I Make My Decision On That Possibly Becoming A Goal Of Mine? Because My Major Now Is Kinesiology And It Is Too Much Math And Science For Me.. :/

A contract lawyer is a lawyer that works for an employer on a project by project basis. It is a reference to employment status rather than a practice area, and being a contract lawyer in the United States for most assignments is a horrible job to have that pays a low hourly wage with no employment benefits and lousy working conditions (Skadden Arps supposedly has their dozens of contract attorneys hidden away in the basement of their office building - no joke).

I'm going to be a bit more optimistic though and assume that your brother simply got his terminology mixed up and meant a corporate lawyer which deals with a wide variety of contracts under business laws. Becoming a lawyer, in any practice area, is not something that is likely to lead to a satisfying career unless you can get into one of the top law schools in the nation and do well in that school. Of the thousands upon thousands of lawyers in the United States, many of them are either unemployed or highly dissatisfied with their careers because they are stuck working in low wage jobs with crushing student debt. Others have managed to survive as a lawyer long enough to eventually build a successful practice or become a partner in a small firm or otherwise managed to make a satisfying living trhough hard work over the course of years and years hard work but probably would have done things differently if they had known pursuing a law career would lead them to where they are (i.e. as a lawyer, life gave them lemons so they learned to make lemonade). Only a small percentage of lawyers ever achieve the status of a successful corporate lawyer in a big law firm.

The one thing about becoming a lawyer that is nice is that you can hold off on making the decision until your last year in college or even later than that because you don't need any particular major or class focus to get into top law school. It is based almost exclusively on the reputation of your college, your GPA, and your LSAT score, which should leave you with plenty of time to research the legal field to decide if it is the right career choice for you. In fact with a bachelors degree with a high GPA from a good college, it may be possible for you to get a job as a corporate paralegal for a few years to see what corporate lawyers do and decide if that is something you want to do before you spend over $100,000 in law school tuition (this is what I did).

Our Family Doesnt Want To Sell The Property But The Lawyer Does. He Asked For A Very Large Amount To Fix Right
When My Granpa Died , Left All The Properties To My Grandma. When She Died, My Aunt Had Forged A Will, Which Was Contested. All The Family Wants To Keep And Divide All The Property Up Between Everyone That Is Suppose To Get Any. My Cousin Hired A Lawyer, And Now He Says The Courts Appointed Him The Lawyer For The Whole Family, Which None Of Us Knew About. He Says The Property Has To Be Sold , Except For Some Land He Had Excepted For A Friend Of The Family , That Doesnt Suppose To Get Anything. And The Only Way He Would Fix This The Right Way Is To Pay Him 40,000 Dollars And Pay Court Cost And Commisioners Fee. All Papers He Has Got Family To Sign , Through Other Family Members , Bringing Papers Around From Home To Home, Wasnt None Of Them In Front Of A Notarized Puplic Or Lawyer. They Added Things To The Papers That Wasnt There When We Signed Them. He Says We Have To Keep Him As A Lawyer And The Friend Gets This Really Big Piece Of Property. This Doesnt Seem Legal To Me. What Can I Do.

Band together with the rest of you family.Hire a lawyer and report the lawyer who is already involved to the state bar.This smells of corruption.The lawyer was attained by a crooked family member and is praying to god you won't seek counsel.document everything,record everything,and have witnesses.This lawyer is goin' to jail

Isn'T It Unusual For A Law Firm To Ask The Attorney To Take Time Because The Firm Is Slow?
This Is The First Firm I Have Worked For A Firm Where This Is Happening. Business Is Slow So They Are Having Two Attorneys Take Their Vacations (Without Them Requesting It). I Found It Kind Of Odd. Any Thoughts On This?

Right now the business of law is slow all over. It is generally slow during summer and the law schools keep graduating more and more attorneys to compete for a limited number of cases. At the same time costs to run a busines, any business, is rising. Plus add to that a country where attorneys are ridiculed just for their profession and the common person will do anything, including trying to be his/her own Perry Mason, to keep from hiring an attorney. When business is down it is the small & medium sized firms who feel these problems first -- (whole other answer as to why).

While I have never heard of asking attorneys to take some time off, it is really a good idea. In my firm I do things the reverse way, I only hire attorneys on a temp basis when the number of cases dictate. I have represented small factories who routinely close the plant or cut back to 4 day weeks when their business is slow. Actually doing the same for a law firm is not a bad idea, because law is a business and you need to deal with business problems (like slow downs).

Website For Louisiana Criminal/Penal Laws?
Im Just Wondering If There Is A Site For Criminal/Penal Laws For Louisiana To Look For The Dating Laws. Can Anyone Help?

Louisiana Revised Statute 14:80
Felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile

A. Felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile is committed when:

(1) A person who is nineteen years of age or older has sexual intercourse, with consent, with a person who is twelve years of age or older but less than seventeen years of age, when the victim is not the spouse of the offender; or

(2) A person who is seventeen years of age or older has sexual intercourse, with consent, with a person who is twelve years of age or older but less than fifteen years of age, when the victim is not the spouse of the offender; or

(3) A person commits a second or subsequent offense of misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile, or a person who has been convicted one or more times of violating one or more crimes for which the offender is required to register as a sex offender under R.S. 15:542 commits a first offense of misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile.

B. As used in this Section, "sexual intercourse" means anal, oral, or vaginal sexual intercourse.

C. Lack of knowledge of the juvenile's age shall not be a defense. Emission is not necessary, and penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete the crime.

D. Whoever commits the crime of felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not more than ten years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.

Amended by Acts 1977, No. 539, §1; Acts 1978, No. 757, §1; Acts 1990, No. 590, §1; Acts 1995, No. 241, §1; Acts 2001, No. 796, §1.

Louisiana Revised Statute 14:80.1
Misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile

A. Misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile is committed when a person who is seventeen years of age or older but less than nineteen years of age has sexual intercourse, with consent, with a person who is fifteen years of age or older but less than seventeen years of age, when the victim is not the spouse of the offender, and when the difference between the age of the victim and age of the offender is greater than two years.

B. As used in this Section, "sexual intercourse" means anal, oral, or vaginal sexual intercourse.

C. Lack of knowledge of the juvenile's age shall not be a defense. Emission is not necessary, and penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete the crime.

D. Whoever commits the crime of misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile shall be fined not more than one thousand dollars, or imprisoned for not more than six months, or both.

E. The offender shall be eligible to have his conviction set aside and his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the appropriate provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

F. The offender shall not be subject to any of the provisions of law which are applicable to sex offenders, including but not limited to the provisions which require registration of the offender and notice to the neighbors of the offender.

Louisiana Revised Statute 14:81
Indecent behavior with juveniles

A. Indecent behavior with juveniles is the commission of any lewd or lascivious act upon the person or in the presence of any child under the age of seventeen, where there is an age difference of greater than two years between the two persons, with the intention of arousing or gratifying the sexual desires of either person. Lack of knowledge of the child's age shall not be a defense.

B. The trial judge shall have the authority to issue any necessary orders to protect the safety of the child during the pendency of the criminal action and beyond its conclusion.

C. Whoever commits the crime of indecent behavior with juveniles shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than seven years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.

Amended by Acts 1956, No. 450, §1; Acts 1968, No. 647, §1; Acts 1977, No. 537, §1; Acts 1984, No. 423, §1; Acts 1986, No. 406, §1; Acts 1990, No. 590, §1; Acts 1997, No. 743, §1.

Louisiana Revised Statute 14:81.2
Molestation of a juvenile

A. Molestation of a juvenile is the commission by anyone over the age of seventeen of any lewd or lascivious act upon the person or in the presence of any child under the age of seventeen, where there is an age difference of greater than two years between the two persons, with the intention of arousing or gratifying the sexual desires of either person, by the use of force, violence, duress, menace, psychological intimidation, threat of great bodily harm, or by the use of influence by virtue of a position of control or supervision over the juvenile. Lack of knowledge of the juvenile's age shall not be a defense.

B. Whoever commits the crime of molestation of a juvenile shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not less than one nor more than ten years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.

C. Whoever commits the crime of molestation of a juvenile when the offender has control or supervision over the juvenile shall be fined not more than ten thousand dollars, or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not less than one nor more than fifteen years, or both, provided that the defendant shall not be eligible to have his conviction set aside or his prosecution dismissed in accordance with Code of Criminal Procedure Article 893.

D.(1) Whoever commits the crime of molestation of a juvenile when the incidents of molestation recur during a period of more than one year shall, on first conviction, be fined not more than ten thousand dollars or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not less than five nor more than fifteen years, or both. At least five years of the sentence imposed shall be without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence. After five years of the sentence have been served, the offender, who is otherwise eligible, may be eligible for parole if a licensed psychologist or a licensed clinical social worker or a board-certified psychiatrist, after psychological examination, including testing, approves.

(2) Conditions of parole shall include treatment in a qualified sex offender program for a minimum of five years, or until expiration of sentence, whichever comes first. The state shall be responsible for the cost of testing but the offender shall be responsible for the cost of the treatment program. It shall also be a condition of parole that the offender be prohibited from being alone with a child without the supervision of another adult.

(3) For purposes of this Subsection, a "qualified sex offender program" means one which includes both group and individual therapy and arousal reconditioning. Group therapy shall be conducted by two therapists, one male and one female, at least one of whom is licensed as a psychologist or is board certified as a psychiatrist or clinical social worker.

(4) On a subsequent conviction, the offender shall be imprisoned for twenty years at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.

Acts 1984, No. 220, §1; Acts 1990, No. 590, §1; Acts 1991, No. 925, §1; Acts 1999, No. 1309, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 2000.

Louisiana Revised Statute 14:81.3
Computer-aided solicitation of a minor

A. Computer-aided solicitation of a minor is committed when a person eighteen years of age or older knowingly contacts or communicates, through the use of electronic textual communication, with a person who has not yet attained the age of eighteen or a person reasonably believed to have not yet attained the age of eighteen, for the purpose of or with the intent to persuade, induce, entice, or coerce the person to engage or participate in sexual conduct or a crime of violence as defined in R.S. 14:2(13), or with the intent to engage or participate in sexual conduct in the presence of the person who has not yet attained the age of eighteen, or person reasonably believed to have not yet attained the age of eighteen.

B.(1) Whoever violates the provisions of this Section shall be fined not more than ten thousand dollars and shall be imprisoned at hard labor for not less than two years nor more than ten years, without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.

(2) On a subsequent conviction, the offender shall be imprisoned for not less than ten years nor more than twenty years at hard labor without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.

C.(1) Consent is a defense to a prosecution brought pursuant to this Section if the person under the age of eighteen, or the person reasonably believed to be under the age of eighteen, is at least sixteen years old.

(2) Consent is not a defense to a prosecution brought pursuant to this Section if the person under the age of eighteen, or the person reasonably believed to be under the age of eighteen, is actually under the age of sixteen.

(3) It is not a defense to a prosecution brought pursuant to this Section, on the basis of consent or otherwise, that the person reasonably believed to be under the age of eighteen is actually a law enforcement officer or peace officer acting in his official capacity.

D. For purposes of this Section, the following words have the following meanings:

(1) "Electronic textual communication" means a textual communication made through the use of a computer on-line service, Inte