3 Strategies To Know You've Picked The Correct Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to go through the court system, specifically if you lack confidence with your legal team. Here are three important strategies to recognize that you've hired the proper lawyer: 1. They Specialize In Your Type Of Case The law is normally tricky which requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. If you want a legal representative, look for person who works with the matter you're facing. Even if a member of family or friend recommends you utilize a strong they are fully aware, if they don't have got a focus that's just like your case, keep looking. As soon as your attorney is definitely an expert, especially in the difficulty you're facing, you already know you've hired the right one. 2. The Lawyer Carries A Winning Record Based on the circumstances, it may be challenging to win an instance, especially if the team helping you has little to no experience. Seek out practices that have won numerous cases that apply to yours. While this is no guarantee that you case will likely be won, it offers you a significantly better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond If the attorney you've chosen takes enough time to listen to your concerns and react to your inquiries, you've probably hired the correct one. Regardless of how busy these are or how small your concerns seem from their perspective, it's crucial that they answer you within a caring and timely manner. From the aim of look at an ordinary citizen who isn't knowledgeable about the judicial system, court cases can be pretty scary you want updates and also to feel like you're portion of the solution. Some attorneys are simply just more desirable to your case as opposed to others. Ensure you've hired the best team for your personal circumstances, to ensure that you can position the matter behind you immediately. Faith inside your legal representative is the first task to winning any case.
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How Do I Find Someone Who Is Transfered From County To Prison?
Address Or Website
What State? That info is pretty crucial...
If you are a family member, either his lawyer or the jail should be able to release that information, if not then ....
This link will help you find inmates in a Federal facility
If he's transferring to a State Prison, do a search that looks like this, except without the quotation marks....
"Yourstate corrections prison inmate search"
That will get you links to the inmate lookup services.
Lawyer Help And Legal Advice ?
It Is It Illegal To Fire Someone For Expecting Them To Perform A Job That They Were Not Trained To Do....Ie...Having A Waitress Bartend On A Busy Night....Who Has No Bartending Experience.......And Then Giving Extremely Bad References To A Future Employer....Where They Practically Had The Position....
Hire a lawyer licensed to practice law in your state (NY). I suggest you find an attorney with experience in labor law, and you will likely get some excellent advice for a fee based upon 1-2 hours of your attorney's time. Make sure to ask what the lawyer's hourly rate is, this varies a lot.
Good luck to you, I hope this helps.
Child Custody Case Wasn'T Fair Yesterday?
Yesterday I Had A Court Case Involving My Daughter 10 And Son 8. 2 Days Before Christmas Of Last Year I Allowed My Children To Go Spend Time With Thier Grandmother And Father For The First Time In 8Yrs. They Where Never In The Kids Life Before Then. The Agreement Was That We Exchanged The Kids After New Years But When I Called Her To See When We Gonna Make The Exchange And Where We Was Gonna Meet And Also Asked Her To Send Her Address To My Phone The Grandmother Stopped Answering The Phone She Also Wasn'T Answering My Text Messages Anymore. I Found Out She Went Behind My Back And Filed For Custody With No Visitation Rights. I Then Went To The Address Thay Was On The Paper That The Grandmother Provided To Get My Children With Greenville N.C Police And They Told Me They Couldn'T Get Involved In Child Custody. So I Had To Wait For Court. Yesterday Custody Was Giving To The Grandmother Because I Didn'T Have A Lawyer The Judge Said I Didn'T Bring Enough Evidence. What Can I Do Now???
Okay, where to begin?
1) When children are born, *legally* the mother and father have equal rights.
2) When custody has not been established in court, the parents do not live together and are not married, and the case is brought to court: It is up to the parent who does NOT have physical custody (ie: the children living under their roof at that moment) to prove the other parent is unfit. What does that mean? It means that if your kids stayed at their house last night, YOU have to PROVE he's a bad dad, or it's a bad home, or a history of abuse, or that he can't support them.
And no, your word against his doesn't count as proof.
Legally, it's fair. The judge did what the law says he must. The police really can't get involved in custody disputes, and especially not based on your word. Morally... eh.
First and foremost, you need legal cousel. If you can't afford a lawyer, call 211 from your home phone, and they can tell you exactly who to call for help with that.
Beyond legal counsel... Proof is what you must have, or even the best lawyer in the world won't be able to help you.
What counts as proof? Well, if they've really lived with you, and only you, for 8 years, then you have lots of proof of his *neglect* and possible *abandonment*... Things like school and medical records, proving the children lived with you and you alone. Any prior settlements/agreements, either from court or in writing.
As for proving you didn't intend for the children to live with him... Unless you have something in writing, it will be a tough case.
1) You never, in 8? 10? years, thought to file for custody.
2) You sent your children to stay for months with a virtual stranger (relative or not).
3) You (apparantly) didn't get any kind of written record (including a temporary guardianship agreement allowing the children to be treated, medically, without you present)
4) You showed up in court without a lawyer, as if it were a minor thing like a traffic ticket.
Now, I'm not trying to judge you, but, honestly, this is what the JUDGE is going to be looking at, and I want you to know what you're up against. And it doesn't look good.
The ONLY thing you have going for you is the fact that he hasn't been in their lives. And even that is hard to prove. Once you prove they've lived with you, you still have to show that he hasn't been sharing summers, or overnight visits, and that you didn't just *send the kids to live with him* and then change your mind.
And if/when you prove that he is an unfit parent, you still have to prove to the judge that you can provide a stable home for them. Considering that 1-4 above will still be on his mind, that might be difficult.
Believe it or not, birthing/housing children (no matter how long) doesn't give you as many LEGAL rights as you think.
And only a lawyer can address all the OTHER hidden points of law not listed here.
In short? As the answer before me stated, get a lawyer. Which you should have done before it came to this. Otherwise, you won't get your kids back.
Please Tell Me About Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyer?
My One Friend Is In Usa And He Is In Prison, He Asks Me To Search Lawyer? How Can I Get Best Lwyer In Usa.
This is an odd question, and to be perfectly honest you're making it seem like you're not even a U.S. resident... That being said, it doesn't matter who you contact, no defense lawyer will take you seriously. Plus - they'll require a retainer just to begin the defense proceedings, usually means a couple thousand dollars to start. In other words, don't bother searching for defense counsel. Let your Alabaman friend (who I'm betting you've never actually met besides cyber space) get his own attorney. Luckily, even if he can't afford a defense lawyer, he can be appointed a public defender at no cost to him. So relax, let it go.
I Need Legal Advice :My Co-Worker Is Discriminated Against By Our Manager And Is On Grounds For Termination?
The Reason Why She Might Be Terminated Is Because A Supervisor Told Her That Someone Was Stealing So My Co-Worker Went Outside To Check And Went To The Lady'S Car And Noticed It Was The Wrong Lady And Told Her She Was Very Sorry That She Made A Mistake. Mind You She Says She Never Accused Her Of Stealing, Or Checked Her Bags Or Even Made Her Get Out Of Her Car. She Simply Went Up To Her Car And Saw That This Lady Had Bags Of Stuff So She Let It Go. Now This Lady Freaked Out Called Corporate On My Co-Worker Wants Wants Her Fired And She'S Being Very Persistent. The District Manager Came In And Told My Co-Worker That It'S Out Of His Hands At This Point And The Lawyers Of Our Corporation Have To Handle It. She Made Everything Into A Big Deal And Told Them My Co-Worker Almost Got Her Fired And Accused Her Of Stealing. Which My Co-Worker Says Is False. The Problem Is She'S Most Likely To Get Fired And This Whole Situation Is My Co-Workers Word Against A Customers. I Was Just Wondering What Are My Co-Workers Rights As Far As Getting Fired? The Only Thing I'M Worried About Is That She'S 63 And Has Health Problems And Literally Cannot Survive Without A Job. My Manager Has Also Been Treating Her Very Badly By Cutting Her Hours And By Basically Bullying Her And Threatening To Fire Her Constantly. Right Now My Co-Worker Is Living With Out Heat And Basically Going Without Many Necessities Because Her Hours Have Been Cut Drastically.
From My Experience She Is One Of The Most Hardworking, Loyal Employees Of This Company And Does Not Deserve To Be Fried Or Tormented By My Manager. She Is An Honest Person And I Know That The Incident With The Customer Was An Honest Mistake And This Whole Thing Is Completely Unfair. I'M Doing Some Legal Research For Her Mainly Because She Doesn'T Have Money For A Lawyer And Because She Doesn'T Have A Computer. I Just Want To Make Sure She Has Enough Money For Her Basic Necessities Including Her Living Saving Medications. I Really Want To Help Her, She Is Such An Amazing Person And Does Not Deserve To Go Through This Heartache. Someone Please Help
My suggestion is that you contact 9 to 5, a national organization for working women. If she has some evidence of age (or other) discrimination, that would be helpful to her case.
The information below is from the 9 to 5 website. It tells how you can contact their job survival helpline:
9to5 has a Job Survival Helpline that you can call or email to find out more on your job rights. The Helpline links trained staff with women who need them the most. Helpline staff talk to 15,000 women annually from across the country. The issues most often raised by Hotline callers include sexual harassment, family leave, and pregnancy discrimination.
The Helpline is staffed live between 2:00 and 5:00 Eastern standard time on Tuesdays and between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Eastern standard time Wednesdays.
Call the Helpline: 1-800-522-0925
Email the Helpline: email@example.com
Anyone Out There Know A Great Dwi Or Owi Attorney In Kalamazoo/Portage Michigan ? Their Cost? Phone? Name?
he is an attorney that was in the paper for having a dui of his own so he should know better than anyone how to get out of having one.
THey are all scum so it does not really matter which one you pick.