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4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To If you want a legal professional for any reason, you must work closely with them in order to win your case. Regardless of how competent these are, they're likely to need your help. Listed here are four important approaches to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're planning to reveal to them. Privilege means anything you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know everything in advance - most importantly information the other side could check out and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they should help them to win. 3. Appear Early For Those Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, by being punctually, every time. In reality, because you may have to discuss very last minute details or even be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's a good idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for any sort of crime, it's important so as to convince a legal court that you simply both regret the actions and are making strides toward improving your life. As an example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and associated with the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Try this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.

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I Am A Citizen, My Wife Is Not Legal. What Are My Options? She Is Divorced And Has Kids. Advice Will Be Great!
I Am Now An American Citizen. I'Ve Been Married To My Wife For 2 Years. My Wife Was Divorced And Has Kids. She Is Not A Legal Permanent Resident And Her I-94 Expired In 2002. What Issues/Problems Will I Run Into? I Am Trying To Petition For Her. What Forms Should I Fill Out? Do I Need A Lawyer?

You don't need a lawyer. A lawyer would only be necessary if she had some other matter that complicated her case, such as criminal convictions here in the USA.

Your case is simple. Since she came here with a Visa she'll be allowed to adjust status.

File I-130, I-485, I-765, I-834 and G-325A. File them all at the same time, in the same envelope. As soon as you file the papers she will be 100% legal. She should use the receipt from the Citizenship and Immigration Service as proof of her pending petition. She will continue to be 100% legal until a final decision is made on the petition and adjustment of status request.

Crazy Customer Legal Advice?
Can You Get A Restraining Order On A Crazy Customer? This Customer Received Service Now Wants Her Money Back, She Got Her Service But I Think She Just Wants To Screw Some One To Get Some Money Back, She Says She Will Take Us To Court Which I Welcome It Than Dealing With Her, Keeps On Calling Me On Cell Phone And Says She Is Already Telling Everyone She Knows To Never Come To Us. Thanks In Advance

You do not have a legal problem. You have a customer problem.

It becomes a legal problem when and if she sues you. If that happens, consult your attorney, of course.

You cannot control her calling you. You cannot control her telling others (or telling you that she is telling others). But you do not have to answer her calls.

If your community has a mediation service, it might serve you well to investigate that option. Much cheaper than lawsuits. It gives you an opportunity to have a neutral party who is trained in mediation assist you in coming to an agreement with this "crazy customer". If the mediation effort fails because of her being "crazy", it could help you if you later have to deal with her in court.


If you cannot or do not want to go to mediation with her, tell her in one last phone conversation, that further conversations are not expected to be useful to anyone. Ask that she not call you again. You cannot lose her again as a customer; she is already gone.

Consult your attorney to find out what options you have at this point.

You may need to contact the police if the harassment continues.

How Can I Find Someone, For Free?
Im Searching For Someone From My Past, And I Dont Want To Pay For A Locator. Does Anyone Know How, Or Have Any Suggestions Other Than Google?

if you have a lawyer friend ask them to look them up on lexis nexis.

What Are The Statutory Law For Medical Malpractice?

basically negligence on the part of the doctor because he failed his duty of care owed to the patient. negligence is a tort claim. you can file a claim on your own or try to get a lawyer to send them a certified letter with the intent to file suit. most cases, doctors will try to settle out of court with an attorney instead of going through an expensive trial process.

please send payment of $145,034.89 for this service to dandoe1979@yahoo.com. (disclaimer: i'm kidding about the payment request so don't come filing a law suit against me after you are done with the doctor)

Need Legal Advice For Ebay Transaction. Privacy Is Invaded- Please Help?
I Once Sold An Item On Ebay. I Soon Found Out That I Was Out Of Stock And Notified The Purchaser And Returned His/Her Money Promptly. About Two Weeks Later I Was Able To Find The Same Product And Put It On As An Auction Again. This Bidder That Previously Bought The Item Contact Me And Said They Would Bid On My New Item To The Max To Win It Then Would Pay The Original Price From Last Time Via Message. I Quickly Blocked That Bidder And Erased His Bids. He Created New Accounts And Again Bid On My Item Again. I Canceled Those Bids Too. After The Auction Ended....And He Didn'T Win The Item, So I’M Guessing He Was Upset. He Located My Phone Number And Has Been Calling From Private Non-Stop. He Messaged Me On Facebook And Is Complaining About This Item That I Didn'T Have In Stock. Pretty Much I Feel That He Has Invaded My Privacy And Don'T Know How Much He Knows About Me. I Believe His Actions Are Not Correct. What Can I Do To Stop Him Of Doing This And Continuing These Acts Other Than Finding Another Of This Item And Selling It To Him? Legally Is There Anything I Can Do? Can I Message Him Scaring Him In Any Certain Way Because I Don'T Know What He May Know. I'M Pretty Sure He Knows Where I Live Too. Thanks

When he won the auction on eBay you and he had a valid contract for you to sell him a specific item for a specific price. He fulfilled his side of the contract by paying you. You then violated the contract by not shipping him the item.

Now, you went ahead and refunded his money, but that's not necessarily the end of it. Let's say you agreed to sell him a widget for $50. After you breached the contract he was only able to find the same widget for $60. Your breach of contract has cost him $10. In theory he could successfully sue you in small claims court for that $10. Is he "likely" to do so? Probably not, but that does not change the fact that you ARE legally in the wrong.

That the widget is available now for $60 from YOU, when YOU breached the contract to sell it to him for $50 just makes it worse.

What he is doing by repeatedly phoning you etc is not illegal. YOU breached the contract, and caused him financial damage - having to pay more for the widget - by doing so. He is perfectly within his rights to take all legal methods to try to enforce his contract and get you to fulfill your legally binding obligation.

This is no different from me going into a store, seeing a gallon of milk for $3.99, taking it to the register and handing the clerk the money, and her handing it back and saying "No, today it's going to cost you $4.99".

Edit...
The person who quoted the law about "annoying telephone calls" is missing the point. You have a LEGALLY BINDING CONTRACT with him. It is not harassment for him to try to enforce it.

Edit 2...
Incidentally, not only are you in breach of your contract with the buyer, you are in breach of the eBay terms and conditions, as well.....

"While using eBay sites, services and tools, you will not:
...
...fail to deliver items purchased from you, unless the buyer fails to meet the posted terms,
...
...manipulate the price of any item"

By not shipping it you violated the first rule I've quoted, and by now offering to sell it to him for more than he already won it for you are violating the second one.

Richard

Asbestos Lawyers Taking My Money?
I Have Had Asbestos Case With These Ga. Lawyers For 20Yrs. On My Husband (Died Asbestosis)And Cancer Everywhere. He Was 35Yrs.Old Then. They Have Given Some Money, And Said The Rest Are In Bankrupt. The Checks I Got Did Not Have A Company Name Except Where The Law.Office Had Printed. I Want To See The Original Checks They Deducted My Money From. His Secretary Told Me I Was Getting $40 To $50 Thousand March 1991, Promised, I Might Have Gotten 15 In All From Different Com.? Through The Yrs.I Am In Tenn.He Is In Ga. I Just Want To Know If I Have Been Taken Advantage Of Or How Can I Find Out.

yes you have...You have know way of knowing how many checks or how much money the companies have paid your lawyers. You will never see all of the checks. They will only show you the checks that they have deducted there 33% from. You have probably been shafted for about 35 to 45 thousand. You need to get another lawyer that you trust. He will have to uncover the case with your other lawyer. This will cost you another 33% but might get you a few thousand dollars. It will be hard to find a lawyer to take on another lawyer!! Sorry, sounds like you should have picked a better attorney!