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Someone Suggested That I Go To Cab And Ask For Assistance, What Is Cab?
I am sorry, I just assumed that you were in the U.K. and would know..when even if you are in the U.K, there is no reason why you should do unless you have had previous dealings with them. The Citizen's Advice Bureau provides free legal advice and assistance in legal and social matters. If you are not in the U.K. then there may still be some organisation that can assist you in this matter, it would be worthwhile to ask your doctor or a hospital counsellor if they know of one.
Advice On Good Law Schools?
So This Is Going To Sound Stupid But I Am Kind Of Looking At Majors And Colleges But Im Only 13. I Live In Oregon So I Kind Of Want To Go To Osu For The First Year And Will Not Go To Uo. I Have A Cousin In Ucsd So I Am Thinking About A Uc. I Want To Be A Lawyer I Think Specializing In Like Divorce. I Play Flute And Currently Dont Do Sports And I Dont Think I Can Get An Ib Diploma. My Act Explore Test I Got A Composite Score Of 22 Out Of 25 And It Said I Would Be Good At Social Services. My Social Studies Teacher Says I Have A Mind For Law Also.
US News World report ususally has one issue a year which ranks the colleges.
Best Law Schools
Ranked in 2009
U.S. News surveyed 184 accredited programs to get the information used in the ranking of top law schools.
Sort by Rank
Score Tier 2008-2009 Tuition Total full-time enrollment Distance
Yale University New Haven, CT
100 1 Full-time: $46,000 per year 588 \
2 Harvard University Cambridge, MA
95 1 Full-time: $41,500 per year 1,730 Enter your zip
3 Stanford University Stanford, CA
93 1 Full-time: $42,080 per year 539 Enter your zip
4 Columbia University New York, NY
88 1 Full-time: $45,674 per year 1,266 Enter your zip
5 New York University New York, NY
87 1 Full-time: $42,890 per year 1,423 Enter your zip
6 University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA
84 1 In-state, full-time: $30,944 per year, Out-of-state, full-time: $43,189 per year 865 Enter your zip
6 University of Chicago Chicago, IL
84 1 Full-time: $41,835 per year 593 Enter your zip
8 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA
82 1 Full-time: $44,330 per year 786 Enter your zip
9 University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
81 1 In-state, full-time: $41,500 per year, Out-of-state, full-time: $44,500 per year 1,151 Enter your zip
10 Duke University Durham, NC
80 1 Full-time: $42,938 per year 611 Enter your zip
10 Northwestern University Chicago, IL
80 1 Full-time: $45,332 per year 779 Enter your zip
10 University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
80 1 In-state, full-time: $36,800 per year, Out-of-state, full-time: $41,800 per year 1,155 Enter your zip
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I would suggest you contact the college now and now is a very good time because you have your focus and you will know what credentials are necessary to attend college. For example: University of California.edu, you should be able to find an administrator you are able to contact or a counselor. This way while attending High School you will be able to know what classes you should take and the grade level you need to maintain.
I would also suggest your asking your parents to purchase you a "Blacks Law Dictionary" as it pertains to Legal Terms you will need to know for future use. Also, ask your parents to purchase a study guide LSAT, it is a study test for those individuals who want to get into Law School. This way you do this and you will be well on your way to being a Lawyer.
Stay focused, stay away from boys, believe me they will be a distraction. During the summer if you near a court house you should sit in for some of the hearings. Call your local court house and see which hearings you would be able to sit in and listen. Just Remember it is the Judge's court room and you will learn the protocal and procedures of the court room. Make sure you have an adult to take you there and pick you up from the court house.
Copy this e-mail and tape it somewhere in your room so you will be able to read it and remind yourself of your goals.
Another bit of advice, do not be around individuals who drink, use illegal drugs, any thing that could jeapordize your future. There is a Law that states "guilty by association". Be careful of who you associate with in the future.
Keep these plans, stay focused, and stay away from parties and those individuals who say you are no fun. Those individuals are headed for serious trouble, and who knows, you might have to represent some of them in the future.
I Live In Nw Iowa Are There Any Lawyers That Handle Child Custody Cases Besides Iowa Legal Aid That Take Pymts?
I Received Divorce Papers Saturday From Him And Found Out That I'M Supposed To Have Court On Friday To Determine Temp Issues (Him Trying To Get My Kids Temp N Pay Child Support @ The Same Time). So I'Ve Been Calling Around And With Out A Huge Retainer I Cant Seem To Find A Lawyer. I'Ve Tried Ia Legal Aid But Since There Was No Abuse I Dont Qualify For Emergency Assistance. So I'M Filing A Motion To Continue But I Still Dont Have The Money For A Lawyer Period! So Now What? I Dont Understand This Stuff To Be Able To Represent Myself; What Affidavits I'M Supposed To Have And File. I Have No Idea Why He'S Trying To Take Them So I Cant File Any Rebuttles. Any Help Regarding Divorce Would Be Great. The Process...The Papers That I Need To Get...How It All Works. Thanks To All Who Have Info.
Since you've been served with notice of the divorce and you're having a hearing so quickly, I'm assuming it is either a hearing for temporary orders or a hearing for a temporary restraining order. If you intend to get an attorney, the motion for continuance is a good idea. If they grant a continuance they will just extend any temporary restraining order against you if there even is one. During that time go talk to some lawyers. Most of them, just about all of them, offer free initial consultations. That's how they reel you in. Just call them up ask them if the initial visit is free and make an appointment. DO NOT mention the fact that you have no money! They'll at least give you a little free advice and they may be willing to work out some kind of payment plan with them. Lots of lawyers would want to assess a client first, see if they're the gainfully employed with a steady income, responsible, pays bills on time sort of person and then they might be willing to work with them. Some attorneys even accept collateral like property deeds or car titles as security for payment. It's worth a try.
If worse comes to worse and you are unable to retain the services of an attorney here is the most important thing you can do....Whatever papers you were served with, read them. Read every single word of them. If you have to read them a thousand times to understand what they say, DO IT! If you have to get a friend or relative to read them with you and help you understand, DO IT! The papers you were served with in all likelihood contain instructions for you to do certain things by a date proper like file an answer to the petition or show up for a hearing. Do not sign anything unless you are sure of what you are signing!
Secondly, you'll have to represent yourself at the upcoming hearing if you have no attorney. Once again, you should enlist the aid of a friend or relative and have them come with you. You can bring as many people as you wish. This is important, you and your friends TAKE NOTES of what transpires at the hearing and everything the judge says. If things are said that you do not understand or or not clear- SPEAK UP!!!! If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask them! I know it's hard for some people but don't be shy! You will be in court pro se (representing yourself) so they should understand that and work with you.
Additionally, if you can't afford an attorney because perhaps as a condition of the marriage you had no income because you stayed home to raise the kids and your husband is the one with all the marital financial assets, you can ask the court to have him pay your legal fees. You might request that at the upcoming hearing. Depending on your circumstances they may grant your request. It is standard operating procedures in just about all divorce cases for each side to request that the other side pay their attorney's fees.
I Don’T Have Enough Money To Hire An Attorney. Can I Settle A Car Accident Case Without Legal Assistance?
If I Figure In A Car Accident Here In Denver, And I Don’T Have Enough Money To Hire An Attorney, Is It Possible For Me To Settle This Case Alone Without Legal Assistance?
It is possible, but not advisable. First of all, when settling a legal issue, you have to document the incident (including the date, time, place, and the people in the area). If possible, take photos of the incident to serve as evidence. A medical examination can also help, especially if you got a serious injury. One of the more difficult tasks is dealing with your insurance company. At this point, I’ll be frank with you: better look for an attorney. There are attorneys who don’t ask for high payment terms. Some insurance companies make it difficult for their beneficiaries to receive compensation for the damages they incurred. You would be better off having a lawyer dealing with them.
How Flexible Is A Probate Court In California?
Both My Parents Are In Their 80'S And Don'T Have Living Wills. I Know, I Know. But It'S Tough To Insist When They Are So Close To The End Of Their Lives. Anyway, They Aren'T Legally Married But Share A Home And Some Rentals. Some Things Are Owned Together, Some As Sole Proprietor. Will The Court Let Us Kids Decide What Is Best For The Survivor Or Will It Still Be A Long, Expensive Process?
No, the court will not allow the kids to decide.
A living will -- also known as an advanced medical directive -- determines how medical decisions are made if the person is not capable of making them themselves. Despite its name, it has nothing to do with a will that governs property distribution after death.
A testamentary will -- which governs property distribution after death -- allows the person to specify how they want their property to be handled.
Absent a testamentary will, the court is required to follow the existing laws (called "intestate succession") that determine how property gets distributed.
A will can be created very cheaply -- there are forms they can download and fill out. But if they don't do that -- the court will have to follow what the law requires -- and neither the survivor nor the kids have any say in that.
Family Court For Joint Custody.?
So I Had A Question. Me And My Sons Mom &Quot;9 Months &Quot; Old Have Been Doing Good Id Watch Him Every Monday - Thursday. N I Recently Found Some Stuff Out Where I Believe He Couldn'T Be Mine. So I Asked For Paternity N She Started Acting Weird Pushed Me Away Last Time I Seem Him Was On Xmas. But The Question Is Even If Someone Has There Medical Marijuana Card Are They Fit To Watch An Infant ? Because Her Dad Watches Him And Smokes All Day. Could I Bring This Issue Up With The Mediator ? Because She Wants Me To Watch Him Weekends Friday - Saturday When I Work Weekends And She Goes To School Monday - Thursday And Her Dad Watches Him Monday - Thursday. So What Time Is She Really Spending With Him ? Could I Bring All This Up And Would They Consider It. Oh And I Have Texts Were She Told Me She Wanted Weekends To Hang Out With Friends. They Way I See Is She Aint Really Going To Be Spending Time With Him If It Goes This Way.
1. you don't need to ask her for a DNA test. go to court and file a paternity case asking for a DNA test from the judge. she will have no say and be under court order to do it.
2. the cards are legal but most judges still are not on board so yes and no it can be used against them in court. they cannot outright punish someone for having one but i have seen judges ask the smoker how much/often (usually they say just a little or whatever there prescription is for) then the judge orders (or you can ask it be ordered) they take a drug test that day to check thier THC level. if the level comes back higher then the court was told to expect the it will be used against them.