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Where Can I Find A Legal Aid Lawyer Online?
Well, I Am In A Really Weird Situation. I Have Been With My Common Law Husband For 10 + Years And We Have A 8 Year Old Son Together. Well, In The Course Of About 2 Months, He Has Kick Me Out Of Our Apartment, And Left Me With Nothing. He Even Threatened Me And Assulted Me Then Put A Restraining Order Against Me. Now I Can'T See Our Son Unless He Deems Otherwise. I Have To Go To Court For Our Final Divorce Hearing At The End Of April And I Need To Get In Contact With A Legal Aid Lawyer Asap! If Anyone Can Help Me Please Contact Me! Thanks To All! Cynthia

i dont know if you do it online but my freind has a legal aid lawyer i think u go through the court house or go there to atleast ask where to go next make sure u do it cause only one of u can have a legal aid lawyer so do it fast

Should I Feel Bad About Getting Alimony?
Lawyer Said I Can Get Alimony, Husband Said No Or I Will Not Get The House My Two Adult Autistic Kids Found Stability In This Home For 14 Years And He Said He Needs To Find Himself And Find His Identity,What Does That Mean? I Feel Bad But I Need To Take Care Of My Kids And Hes 53 And Decided On His Own To Leave And Not Call Or Come Home.Well What Do U Think? Thanks

Hello,
I am sorry about the marriage going south.I wonder how old the children are ? If your
children are under 21 your husband has to pay support.I feel they are older so Your
lawyer asks for alimony! It appears you need financial assistance. You should not
feel bad; that won't put food on the table.It seems your husband is having a "mid life crisis".
I think he is wondering what happened to his dream? I feel bad for him...dreams and
reality seldom mesh.I hope you can remain civil and tell him if he needs someone to talk
to...you will be there.I wish you the best,
Colie

Can You Be Denied An Appeal If Your Attorney Never Objected To Anything The Prosecutor Said During Your Trial?

The question is not whether you can be "denied" an appeal, but whether you can win an appeal. You have to show that it would have made a difference in your case if your attorney had made objections. If there were no grounds for objecting, then there would have been no reason for your attorney to object. If, on the other hand, there were grounds to object, you might be able to get a reversal if you can show first that a reasonably competent would have objected and second that you might have obtained a better result if the attorney had objected.

Do I Need Permission To Do This In My Writing?
Let's Say I Want To Slide In A Few Pronouns Into My Writing From Time To Time. I Know There Is A Legal Issue With Using A Musician's Song Lyrics In Writing Without Their Grant Of Permission, But I'm Talking Stuff Like "Mcdonald's" Or "Walmart"--Simple Pronouns That Are Well Known Enough For The Majority Of People To Know Off The Top Of Their Heads. Am I Liable To Be Held Accountable For Any Copyright Issues? Now What If I Go A Little Further And Maybe Insert A Famous Person's Name Like A Philosopher's Or An Artist's Or Maybe Even A Title Of A Major Work(S). Am I Voiding Any Legal Policy? It Would Be Very Helpful If Someone Could Be So Kind As To Put Up A Link Listing Any Or All Legal Issues Concerning Publication. Thank You.

You raise a variety of issues on multiple fronts.

"WalMart" and "McDonald's" are proper nouns (not pronouns) and they are not copyrighted; they are trademarked. For example, you cannot open a restaurant and call it McDonald's and paint golden arches on the side of the building.

If you write an essay or personal narrative and talk about a time that you went to McDonald's, you can just write that. Generally, you can do the same in a work of fiction. (Example: Where the Heart Is by Billie Letts. The author used WalMart as the setting for a good bit of the story. She painted WalMart in a favorable light. I'm certain WalMart was made aware of this and given the opportunity to approve the story.)

In the movie "Little Miss Sunshine," there is a scene where the family is using some promotional glasses from a fast-food restaurant. Originally, the script called for drinking glasses from Burger King, and Burger King did not wish to be associated with the movie, so that detail was changed. That's about trademark.

If you write a report or an academic work, you must use the trademark sign immediately after names like WalMart and McDonald's and Apple.

Citing an author or an artist or a philosopher and referencing a work is not copyright violation. Citing a bit of a song's lyrics is one thing; printing the lyrics to an entire album is another. There are lots of factors.

You should read about what copyright is to get a better understanding.

Also, if you were to publish, the publisher will vet the work to make sure there are no legal issues. If you want to self-publish, you would do well to have an attorney (one who specializes in publishing) vet the work for you.

Generally, in order to be held liable, there must be stakes, preferably high ones. In other words, no one is going to bother coming after you unless it's worthwhile. This is not to say that this gives you a license to violate any copyright as you please, but rather to understand that it's a long way off before it becomes a problem.
I don't think there is a link listing any and all "legal issues concerning publication." There is much to be considered; it's not all just black and white.

In the meantime, don't worry about it. Write and get the writing done. You can fuss with the details and the legalities later.

Check out:
http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ1.htm...
http://www.templetons.com/brad/copymyths...

Does Anyone Know How To Find A Pro-Bono Attorney In Arizona?
I Have Temporary Sole Custody Of My Children And The Father Is Fighting Me Even Though There Has Been Abuse Reported In His Home. I Need A Attorney That Does Not Charge A Arm And Leg. Have Had One Court Hearing And Judge Ordered Supervised Visits For 4 Hours On Saturdays With Him.

My advice is to call around and ask each one if they would be willing to work pro-bono to right a wrong that has been done to you. You might be surprised how easy you could find one! Good Luck!

Lawyer Referral Service?
Did Anybody Had A Referral To A Lawyer From The Bar Associalationn? If You Did How Much Is The Fee The Lawyer Charge? Because I'M Looking Thru One??

Holy bajeezus!!! You can see thru lawyers?!?! That is frikkin kicka$$.