4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To When you need a legal professional at all, you have to work closely along with them to be able to win your case. Regardless how competent they are, they're likely to need your help. Listed below are four important ways to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're gonna reveal for them. Privilege means anything you say is held in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know all things in advance - most especially information one other side could check out and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of all information pertaining to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they must assist them to win. 3. Appear Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are punctually, each time. In reality, because you might need to discuss last second details or even be extra prepared for the situation 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 in order to convince the court that you simply both regret the actions and they are making strides toward improving your life. For example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for the rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your likelihood of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you should win your case.
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Free Reverse Phone Lookups?
I Really Want To Doa Reverse Phone Lookup, But Every Site I Go To, Want To Go To Charges A Fee..
I'Ve Actually Paid A Fee Before And Didn'T Get The Information At All, Is There Any Way That Is Completely Free To Get A Phone Lookup?
I don't believe it's possible to gain access to peoples information for free - due to legal reasons (I'm not a lawyer so you might want to look it up).
But I just did a search and found this site, it says it offers free information - but, like all of these kind of sites it also offers a paid option.
If you're interested the address is: http://www.thereversetelephonedirectory.com/
If that's not what you're after, just have a quick look on google. But don't expect to get any free reverse phone lookup services.. unless they're illegal/shady, they literally can't provide you with the information legally for free.
Sorry if this has made no sense. :P.
Should I Stay Or Quit My Job & Would I Be Protected Under Employment Laws?
I Have Been Working For This Company For Almost 3 Years. (Georgia - At-Will) 2 Years Of Which Have Been On Salary.
I Received My W-2 This Month And Noticed A Difference In The Taxes Withheld And The Taxes Reported On My W-2. I Addressed This Problem To Him 4 Times And Finally He Took The Time To Look It Over. He Basically Said The Cpa Was Not Doing Their Job And Did Not Put The Correct Amount On My W-2 For Medicare & Ss. Well I Took My Information To My Cpa And They Told Me That He Took Money Out For Federal And State And He Claims He Did Not. I Am At A Dead End.
I Know It Sounds Confusing But The Bottom Line Is He Took Money From My Paycheck For Taxes That Never Went To Taxes. I Never Receive Paystubs, Even When Requested, So I Had Nothing To Compare To. Even When I Made Hourly I Never Received Over-Time Pay. Since Becoming Salary Paid 1.5 Years Ago, I Am Entitled To Over-Time Pay Because I Make Under 24,000 A Year.
I Know That If I Take Action To Rectify The Problems He Will Make It So Miserable For Me To Be Here That I Will Quit. What Should I Do? I Know That Theres No Way For Anyone To Know What Will Happen For Sure But Some Input Would Be Nice!
Should I Stay And File Complaints Or Quit And File Complaints?
just wanted to clarify one thing
FLSA does NOT cover all employers.... so the laws that FLSA relate to may be irrelevant in your case.
so in Georgia for any-and-all businesses that are not covered by FLSA the minimum wage is $5.15 NOT $7.25.
to understand who is covered by FLSA:
if you do not receive a pay-stub how do you know there is a mistake on your W-2?
are you guessing or have you kept some records?
Federal law and the law in Georgia does NOT mandate that a pay-stub be provided to you.
the law does require certain records to be maintained and what information must be in those records but it does NOT state that a pay-stub must be provided to you.
the employer must be able to provide this information if it is required by the department of labor, attorney general or the courts in Georgia.
contact the SSA and IRS for assistance...they can help you determine if your employer has paid in everything they have withheld.
as far as whether or not you are an exempt employee and whether or not you should be receiving overtime you need to contact the state department of labor. the department of labor in Georgia does NOT do much and for the most part they simply allow other agencies deal with these types of issues.
to quit or to stay:
quitting a job for non-payment of wages or because an employer retaliates against you for filing a legal complaint is "good cause" and shouldn't prevent you from drawing benefits. the problem is there is no way to know for sure until you quit and apply.
it would be better for you to contact all the different regulatory agencies that may need to assist you such as the state DOL, IRS and SSA then if the employer does retaliate you are covered.
if you quit now and it turns out the employer did not do anything wrong or did do something wrong but would not have retaliated you won't be covered.
you can't quit because you think the employer might do something retaliatory unless you have proof that in the past that is what has happened.
What'S The Difference Between Murder And Wrongful Death?
What'S The Difference? A Crime Show Got Me Thinking, Could A Person Be Found Innocent Of Murder, But Guilty Of Wrongful Death Of Someone?
Murder is a criminal offence, wrongful death is a civil action. A person can be found innocent of murder and still be sued for wrongful death because the burden of proof is different. For murder the burden of proof is beyond a reasonable doubt, for wrongful death it is by a preponderance of the evidence. Also, wrongful death does not have to be intentional, and murder does.
Can The Father Give Up He'S Rights If The Mother Will Not Agree?
And Will He Still Have To Pay For Child Support?
You'll have to discuss the legal issues with your attorney. I do, however have strong opinions as to what is the right thing to do in this situation. Your child needs both parents. It's not the father's rights you would be giving away, but your child's right to know and spend time with father. Think about it carefully. And having spread your seed, it is your responsibility to financially care for your child, regardless of what the courts say. I believe, however that the courts will hold you to your financial responsibility.
How Do Lawyers Work?
We'Re In The Process Of Trying To Hire A Lawyer, And Each One Is Charging 100 Bucks An Hour. They Charge For All The Hours They Had Something To Do With Your Case (Including When They Thought About Your Case A Little Driving Home), Or What? So Then If You Get Slapped With A 2000 Dollar Bill On A Really Really Simple Case, They Worked 20 Hours On It? It'S Just An Essay, Basically, Would It Really Take That Long?
it depends on the services you require. most lawyers work on an hourly fee basis, but you can definitely request an itemized bill of the services performed. you could also negotiate a fixed fee or instruct them not to exceed a certain amount. in practice, 20 hours is not a lot of time spent on a project which could require research of the law, analysis and finished written summary. it just seems like a lot because you have to pay it! good luck. oh, and lawyers are not suppose to charge you for time in transit (unless agreed upon) such as thinking about your case while driving to the golf course or while playing a round of golf. get an itemized bill.
Fidentia Uk, Did Not Pass On The Legal Fees Of 1400€ To The Local Lawyer Which I Paid Them. What Should I Do?
I Paid Them 1400€ For The Legal Fees For The Purchase Of An Apartment Abroad. They Haven'T Passed On The Legal Fees To The Local Lawyer. Therefore He Has Not Been Paid For The Work. I Cannot Get In Contact With The Fidentia Company In The Uk. How Can I Get My Money Back? How Can I Resolve This Matter?
Presumably, you are working through Fidentia UK to carry out conveyancing on your behalf in Europe? Therefore, they should be speaking to their local solicitor and not you?
If you continue to have problems with them then you might want to speak with the FSA (Financial Services Authority) who are probably the regulator for Fidentia UK.