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4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To If you want a legal representative for any reason, you must work closely with them so that you can win your case. Regardless how competent these are, they're going to need your help. Listed here are four important strategies to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're gonna reveal directly to them. Privilege means what you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know all things in advance - most especially information other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of most information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they must assist them to win. 3. Appear Early For Those Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, by being promptly, every time. In reality, because you may have to discuss very last minute details or be extra ready for the situation you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any type of crime, it's important so as to convince a legal court that you both regret the actions and therefore are making strides toward improving your life. For example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you should win your case.

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Property Laws?
I Bought A House About A Month Ago And The Previous Owners Left Some Lawn And Garden Machinery There. The Neighbor Says That The Previous Owner Is Planning To Come Back To Get These Things. My Question Is &Quot; Since These Things Were Not Mentioned Anywhere In The Contract And Were Left There After The Final Signing And Turning Over Of The House To Me, Does He Have Any Right To Come Get These Things Or Are They Now Legally Mine?&Quot; What Are My Rights Concerning These Things

They're yours now. Any property the owner expected to take should have been taken before you bought the house or the purchase agreement should have listed the property as property he was going to take. It should have been gone when you moved into your home. It's abandoned property now. He has no rights to it. If the property is not of great value and he sues you, I'd give it back. In other words--think with your pocketbook on minor matters. If it's not worth the atty fees to keep it, be practical.

I Want To Be A Civil Ligation Lawyer. What Major(S) And Minor(S) Should I Consider?
I Was Thinking Maybe Political Science, Communication, Business, Or Economics. Any Other Ideas? There'S Also A Minor Called Peace And Conflict Studies, Does That Sound Good?

Civil litigation is a very broad generic area of law. There are many areas of focus within civil litigation, the most common ones being family law (divorce and child custody), personal injury and insurance defense. None of them pay particularly well but what you study in college is largely irrelevant and how well you perform academically in college is infinitely more important as your career opportunities as a lawyer are going to be dictated largely if not exclusively by the reputation of the law school from which you graduate, and the top ranked law schools are only concerned about the reputation of your college, your UGPA and your LSAT score.

Focus on what you what you believe you can excel at in college. If it is an area in which you can pursue an alternate career path other than law school, all the better so you can broaden your career options in general after graduating from college.

You should be aware that the employment market for new lawyers is extremely competitive and the salary distribution curve for those actually able to secure employment is bimodal with only about 10% or less of all law school graduates breaking the six figure barrier and the largest group of law school graduates securing full time jobs that pay $40-$60k. That's not the greatest return on an investment of $140k in tuition, plus another $60k in living expenses so you should make sure you are passionate about the practice of law before enrolling in law school.

What Is A Pretrial In A Family Law Case?
The Defendent Has An Attorney And The Petitioner Does Not, And The Defendent'S Attorney Filed A Motion To W/Draw. Today He Was Granted The Motion To W/Draw And Now There Is A Pre Trail Set Next Month. What Exactly Is A Pre Trial? The Attorney On The Defendants Side Already Did Some Work With His Client Already. The Attorney Sued The Mother Of The Child Asking For Letters To Produce For Discovery And She Had 30 Days To Respond In Which She Did Not Respond. I Guess Maybe The Attorney Was Suppose To File A Motion To Compel Or Dismiss Because Of That? What Is Going To Tak Place At This Pre Trial. This Case Is With The Tx Attorney General For Child Support.

In simple terms, the purpose of a pre-trial hearing is to make sure that all parties are moving the case along according to the rules of procedure for the court. The judge or hearing officer will make sure that both sides are complying with discovery rules and providing the opposing party with information as required by the rules of discovery. In the situation you describe that would mean income information and employment information.

It would be wise for you to get a copy of the rules of procedure for your court. The rules of procedure will tell you exactly what will occur at the pre trial hearing. The rules will also tell you how the case will flow through the system.

The rules of procedure will also tell you what rights a person has with regard to discovery. You will likely find the rules of procedure for your court online, at a law library, or go to the court and ask the court clerk to provide them to you. There may be a small fee that you will have to pay for the coping cost. But, it is very well worth the expense to obtain a copy of the rules of procedure. good luck.

Online Law Glossary/Dictionary?
Where Can I Find A Free Online Law Glossary Or Dictionary? (Law Terms)

Some reference works like Oxford law dictionary may be subscription only (if you are in a college or university then you may be in a collective subscription.)

For the most part, you can simply Google the word or phrase you wish to look up, and get a definition for free. You can even post it here for free and we will find you the answer.

Or try this freebie from Nolo, an American law dictionary.

Is There Free Or Low Cost Legal Help For Custody Fights Across Colorado New Mexico Borders?
Low Income Father Seeks Help, Do You Know Of Resources?

Have you contacted New Mexico Legal Aid? They have offices all over the state though, if you're in a small town, you may have to drive to a bigger town. They have offices in Albuquerque, Clovis, Gallup, Las Vegas, Las Cruces, Roswell, Santa Ana, Santa Fe, Silver City, Socorro and Taos. Their phone number in Santa Fe is 982-9886 and there's a toll-free number of 1-800-373-9881 plus website address of http://nmlegalaid.org/www.lawhelpnewmexi...

How To Find Free Legal Advice....?
I Have A 9 Yr Old In A Daycare And She Had More Kids There They Are In Welfare And Always Being Visited By Social Workers, (Something About Rape Or Molestation) And One Of Them Made Up A Story About My Child. Now I Have A Social Worker Calling Me Regarding My Son...She Lied To Me And Said That She Wanted To Ask Him If He Liked His Babysitter (Which I Knew Was Bogus) Then When I Told Her I Didnt Want Her To Talk To Him Then She Said That There Was A Case About Personal Rights Violation Open And That My Son Was Involved, She Wont Tell Me Whats Really Happening And I Have Caught Her On Two Lies Already...Does Anyone Know Where I Can Find Out What My Rights Are As A Parent On This And How Can I Protect My Son...I Know He Has Never Done Something Wrong With Those Girls....And I Don'T Want Anyone To Intimidate Me With The System The Stupid Worker Said That If They Didnt Talk To My Son That They Would Take As A Truth This Girls' Statement... But She Wont Tell Me What The Hell The Statement Says!!!! Please Someone Help...By The Way This Is In Los Angeles California.

Most lawyers have free consultations. Usually a half hour or so. I would call around to all the local lawyers that specialize in that area of the law and go talk with them. Goto more than one. You can get valuable information from a consult.

TIP- Write doen any and all questions you may want answers to so that you dont waste your time thinking and end up not getting the information you asked for.

Pull your son from the situation too. Let them talk about what they are gonna do til they are blue in the face.
After you speak to a lawyer and understand your rights then you can confront them and have the ammunition and knowledge to shutr them down!

GOOD LUCK and I hope it works out for you and your son..... Dan H