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A lot of people do not think about acquiring a lawyer till they are in desperate need. The legal situation might be personal, like family law, for a divorce proceedings or if you are hunting for a bankrupcy or trust lawyer. It may be a criminal circumstance you want to be defended on. Companies want law firms as well, no matter if they are being sued for discrimination, sexual harassment, or possibly unfounded business practices. Tax legal professionals are also helpful any time coping with government complications. Just like doctors, lawyers have expertise. A large, full service law firm has many legal professionals with distinct areas of expertise, so depending on your personal legal issue, you can immediately hold on to the top lawyer or attorney to satisfy your existing need without having to commence your search each time you need legal assistance.It is most effective to obtain a law firm you can have faith in. You need one with a good track record, who isfrank, effective, and wins cases. You really want to have confidence that they will stand for you thoroughly and bill you reasonably for their products and services. Occasionally a word of mouth from a friend or business affiliate can be helpful, even so you should hold your options open and examine all the firms available, for the reason that when you need to have legal support, you need it rapidly and you would like the very best you can manage to pay for. Thank you for looking for a lawyer with us. Your time is valuable, and Action Pages, at Actionyp.com, is happy to present specific search variables to satisfy your requirements. We consistently make the effort to focus on the most popular phrases so you can quickly find anything you are searching for.

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My Dad Wants To File For A Divorce. Is There Any Way To Get Legal Aid So It Won'T Be So Hard On Us?
My Mom Is Having An Affair With A Man That Is Quite Frankly Trash. I Don'T Want My Siblings To Be Around People Like That. I Don'T Know Who He Is And I'M Sure She Doesn'T Know Him Like She Thinks She Does. When We Try To Tell Her What Type Of Person He Is, She Defends Him! This Man Was At One Point A Meth Addict. He Is Recovered So She Says And Holds A Job So There Is Probably Some Truth To That. We Know He Does Pills And She Even Defends Him For That. For Now She Is Staying With Her Mom But What Is Stopping Her From Taking My Siblings To His Place? And With The Way Our Grandmother Is, It'S Not An Enviroment I Want Them Growing Up In. I Don'T Want Them Believing Anything My Mom Or Grandmom Does As Ok. Futhermore, This Is There Home. As Much Stress As They'Re Going Through, They Shouldn'T Have To Switch Schools Or Start Over Again. We Are Working Hard On Paying Bills By Ourselves And It'S Been Fine So Far. Everything Is Pretty Stable And It Should Stay That Way For Them. Is There Any Way To Get Financial Assistance Or Aid So It Is Not So Hard On Us? And How Does It Look For Us On Getting The Kids? There Are No Other Real Assets Except For Children. Any Help Is Welcome! And Thank You In Advance.

Your father is going to need more help than legal aid can provide because if your mom is living a lifestyle that you describe, he should be getting custody of your family and she should not get a red cent. If anything he needs to make sure visits are supervised because if I were your father, I would be concerned about the boyfriend being alone with a couple of drug addicts. as long as your dad is doing these things, your life will actually be better. I wish you and your family well and my prayers are with you all.

What Is Medical Malpractice Lawyer?
What Does A Medical Lawyer Do

a lawer that u get when something went rong in the hospitil [malpractice]

Power Of Attorney?
How Do I Cancel A Power Of Attorney Once I Have S9igned It?

Post a letter to the attorney or attorneys you appointed informing them that you wish to cancel the power with immediate effect. Ask them to return the original and all copies of the power to you (so that these can be destroyed).

Some Questions About Lawsuits/Lawyers?
Let'S Say I Want To Sue Someone Because They Injured Me In A Car Accident. How Does A Lawyer Resolve This Case? It Doesn'T Always Go To Court, Right? How Is Any Case Resolved When It Doesn'T Go To Court? How Often Does It Go To Court?

My guess is about 10% of personal injury matters end up in Court. BUT, when you go to a law office for a personal injury case, the attorney will immediately start preparing the matter as if it IS going to go to Court. Because they don't know for sure. So they start preparing the documents, etc. as though the case will go to Court.

This is very similar to a chess game - but this "game" is played out by the insurance companies. I have seen MANY personal injury cases get settled the day before the matter was scheduled for Court. It is usually resolved by the attorneys playing out their chess moves.

I assure you, if I was injured in a motor vehicle accident, I would get an attorney to settle my case. But, then, I work for attorneys that do Personal Injury matters - and I know how hard they work.

One thing I want to make you aware of: When someone has been involved in a motor vehicle accident, a "clock" starts ticking. If you wait too long, nothing will be able to be done for you. My suggestion is to call a lawyer asap.

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.

OR

Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle Personal Injury matters. (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?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?

And be patient - personal injury cases can take 1 - 2 years sometimes.

Good luck to 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.)

Ideas For Part-Time Jobs Or Volunteer Experience For Aspiring Lawyers?
So I'M Doing A Project For My Careers Class In Which We Have To Choose An Occupation And Find Out More About It. I Chose Lawyer, And One Of The Questions Is &Quot;What Is A Specific Example Of A Part-Time Or Summer Job, Volunteer Opportunity, Or Other Experience For Teens That Might Help Prepare Someone For Work In This Field?&Quot; We Have To Find A Specific Example, So An Exact Company With An Ad. It Can Be Anywhere In The World, And I Cannot Find One And I'Ve Been Looking Really Hard. All The Jobs I'Ve Found So Far Require Experience. I Was Thinking That I Could Take A Characteristic Of A Lawyer (For Example, Ability To Research), Then Apply That To A Different Field That Also Uses That Characteristic, But I Cant Find Anything. If You Could Just Tell Me Ideas In General For This That'D Be Great :) Also, I Actually Do Want To Be A Lawyer When I'M Older, So Any Tips How To Get There? (You Dont Need To Tell Me About The Schooling Or Anything, Ive Already Researched It All) P.S. I'M In Grade 10

You can clerk part-time in a lawyer's office. It's not particularly useful work, though. It's mostly just filing stuff and running documents to courthouses and other law offices. Since you really can't do a heck of a lot for a lawyer until you're in law school, there aren't many opportunities beyond the standard receptionist or clerk positions.

As far as finding work during and after law school is concerned, the single most important thing is grades. Your first semester grades in law school determine your standing for internships. If you're not in the top third or quarter of your class, finding summer work will be very difficult. If you don't maintain your standing in the top third of your class through graduation, finding a job will be very difficult. The only way to get past that is to have family who are lawyers or to write on to law review.

Juvenile Law Of Marriage, Please Help!?
I Will Be Seventeen Years Of Age On The 20Th Of March, 2013. I Am Currently Living In The State Of Ohio. I Had My Son December 12, 2012. My Fiance, Ty, Is Eighteen. He Will Be Nineteen November 5, & Is Also Enlisted Into The Marines. The Child, & I Plan To Live On Base With Ty After He Finishes His Basics. I Am A Junior In High School With A'S & B'S. I Do All Of My Classes Online, & Have Completed A Whole Grade Within Three Months. College Is A Must For This Girl! Although,I Would Like To Get Married Sooner.I Strongly Believe It Will Be Better For My Son. Ty Has Lived With Me For Three Weeks Until Moving In With His Mother In Mansfield, Ohio. The Child & I Stay In Mansfield For Weeks At A Time, Until At-Turning Home. I Have Found Online That You Can Get Married At The Age Of Sixteen Through Pregnancy Without Parental Consent By Approval Of The Court. I Am Aware It'D Be Juvenile Court, But How Do I Get Started On My Case. Do I Even Have A Case, Really? What Do I Need To Do? I Have Checked More Into The Matter & Noticed I Would Need To Take Couple Counseling. We Have Been Together For A Strong Year, I Have No Doubts About The Marriage. I Concluded It Would Probably Have To Be Taken To Probate Court, But What Do I Need To Do. His Side Of The Family Is So Very Supportive, As Well As Mine Although They Do Not Support The Idea Of An Early Marriage, How Do I Take Action Of This Matter? Sincerely, Brooklyn C. Smith

You first read the relevant code section(s). If a minor can file for themselves, you file a petition (or something similar) with the correct (probably juvenile) court. Many courts now have forms online. You also (usually) have to pay a filing fee. States can also have a residency requirement, something like six months, which must be met prior to filing. Then it can take months to get a hearing. Also, daddy may need to appear at the hearing... not so easy if he's deployed. The easy way is to hire a family law attorney to make sure all of these requirements are met and to file for you. The easier way is to wait until you are both over eighteen.