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Questions regarding the legal profession and the requirements to be a member of the bar.
Short answer: no. The laws differ from state to state, but at themoment you would be hard-pressed to find a state that strict.Generally speaking, you must live in a state (among otherrequirements) for a consecutive 12 months before you may even applyfor residency in that state. Meaning, unless you...
As far as I knew, on those days and all, there were severe andaggression training and education should have been undergone tobecome a lawyer.
Well, this question is a quite an interesting one. The eldest of the brothers, Fayard Nicholas had not received training for his parents, Viola and Ulyssess, were vaudeville performers. Since the age of three, he had been fascinated by their moves and moved on to repeat their moves and add his own...
A company is a commercial business. Lawyers can and do establishcompanies.
It is my understanding that while the court judgment was in your favor meaning that the person owing you the money was ordered to pay it back to you, there is no court managed system in place to see that your money is collected. What the judgment gives you is the legal right to garnish wages or find...
It woulde be a conflict of interest UNLESS both people signed a waiver, thus agreeing to use the same attorney. Kara O'Donnell O'Donnell Law Offices Quincy, MA www.QuincyLegal.com www.twitter.com/quincylegal
you can be a district attorney and i think they have the most power
Answer .i believe you can go to city hall in any US city and retrieve all public records from the city's history.
I do not believe there is an age prerequite to sit for the bar exam.
the best subjects to take for law are subjects that require essay writing and critical thinking. so, your best shot would be taking english and history HL, maybe psych and eco SL.
what are the work hours of a zoologist?
check with your state attorney general..
Yes. It is extremely stressful being a lawyer. I've practiced for 8 years now and find myself fantasizing about mowing highway medians or punching tickets on commuter trains instead of this. The thing to understand is that being a good lawyer generally entails enough stress that there is a...
There really isn't a good "average," and if there were, it wouldn't be very meaningful. Pay depends on what specialty they are in, their experience, what kind of practice they have, and what area they are living in. An experienced solo practitioner of family law in a remote area might make $150 per...
a criminal lawyer description is we work ver hard at what we do to become the best ...our startin salery is 60,000 you need to have a degree in law and two high school...
I think you do need history because it help them in a situation that might have happened in the past and certain problems lawyers had solve..I think you do need history because it help them in a situation that might have happened in the past and certain problems lawyers had solve..I think you do...
Harvard is and so is Yale
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it depends on how good the lawyer is like whaen i was 14 i got into some trouble but i got a court appointed lawyer and the court paid him1600$ but that's in the state of Indiana like my dad is facing 10 years right now and we had to pay his lawyer 2500$ so it all just depends
I have an appointment with my attorney tomorrow, and I was hoping for some tips on what type of questions to ask him? A little back information: I've had an open, pending lawsuit since 2004 against another driver who totaled my car by slamming into my stopped vehicle at 55 mph. As open/shut as this...
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF DEFENCE LAWYER A criminal defense lawyer works with the defendant to develop the best way to minimize the consequences of any unlawful activity the client may have been involved in. If the client is innocent, it is the job of the criminal defense lawyer to prove that. ....
To add to this..I was injured in prison and am still suffering and unuable to work. While I was there I was told that it never happened and was talked junk to and treated like a liar. I was mistreated by faculty and staff during the whole incident. I was removed from my job and my health grade...
There is no specific Patent Law School. However in America onceyoudo 4 years of Undergrad (Bachelors) and get admitted to a lawschool of your choice in JD Juris Doctorate Program you will spendfour years studying law. In your third year you will be able to select elective courses andyou can chose to...
A will is usually filed in the probate office where the records are kept. You can get a copy of the will for printing cost. Someone in the probate office can usually help you find the will. .A will that has been entered in to probate will be available at the Probate Court where it was put into...
Depends on the collage, but average 4-8 years
no, not at all. Being an abomination is a very bad thing!
You may represent yourself in court pro se without being represented by a lawyer. And if you prove your case, you will be awarded the damages you proved. That being said, dental malpractice law is complicated even for lawyers. In the courtroom, you will be expected to know and comply with all the...
No criminal lawyers r not paid too much unless nd until they have created a firm position for themselves in field of law..... they have to establish themselves as intelligent nd capable lawyers then nd there they cn earn more until then slogging is required in law......
Usually its not hourly.. theirs an initial retainer fee of around $3-15K and possibly more if the case goes to trial due to hiring expert witnesses and possible co-council
This is a pure judgment call, and one that ultimately only you can make. Being an attorney is not the automatic key to wealth that many would think. However, being an artist or a dancer - on average - is going to pay less. I believe that any routinely competent attorney can find some niche in...
Probate laws vary in different jurisdictions. Generally, if there is real property in the estate the will must be probated in order to vest legal title in the heirs. If there is personal property such as bank accounts, investment accounts, a car, home furnishings, etc., the estate must be...
In the long run, high school really doesn't help with anything except getting you into a good college. A good high school career generally guarantees a chance at a good school. What you should worry about is college. You can do pretty much anything in college before going to law school. There are...
The four basic components of the criminal justice system include the law enforcement agency, the prosecution office (known as the solicitor, State Attorney, or district attorney), the courts, and the corrections system. There are several divisions or departments within each component that will serve...
No, an accountant keeps track of money, for example, accounts receivable, paying bills, doing payroll, figuring out your taxes. A lawyer deals with your legal problems, or does your will or represents you in court if you are charged with a crime, or accused of wrong doing in a civil case.
In order to become a child custody lawyer, first you have to be accepted into law school, and then graduate from law school. You will also be required to write the Bar Exams in your jurisdiction, following which you will be "called to the Bar." At that point, you will be a lawyer and you can (within...
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Fees vary by state, and they can add up: In New York, they are 5% on the first $100,000 of the estate, 4% on the next $200,000, 3% on the next $700,000, 2.5% on the next $4 million, and 2% on the rest. There may be other fees, such as court fees, accounting fees, bond fees, or other miscellaneous...
A paralegal profession varies from state to state. A student canpursue a certification or degree depending on what level local lawfirms prefer. Formal instruction can take anywhere from 18months to2 years.
A prosecuting lawyer, lets break this down. Defintion of prosecuting: 1.To seek to obtain or enforce by legal action 2. To initiate civil or criminal court action against So to prosecute means to seek and initiate civil court action and enforcement by legal action. Now, Lawyer: Defintion of lawyer:...
The council might have a harangue to defend a client, to express extenuating circumstances or to plead for clemency
it can be a lot of the time because when ur shy it is related to innocence which in its essence is a good thing. if ur shy because of a girl then this is a strange matter coz im in the same position then Answer No, being shy holds you back in life. In relationships, where communication is most...
quite a lot. i say about one hundred thousand a year .
no-when filing use IN Pro Per where it asks lawyers name and info..it basically means you are filing yourself.
A person who have knowledge about laws.....
The standard answer would be that law, like medicine, is too important to be left to amateurs. That where life is at stake - as it is in law and medicine - one needs to make sure that only those who are fully qualified are practicing. That the state thus has a right to protect the citizens from...
Answer .\nI am assuming that the patient is in therapy of some sort. Usually the therapist will just listen to the patient and no matter how much the abused person tries to cover up (usually because they feel it is their fault, they could have stopped it and they are embarrassed) the therapist...
An entertainment lawyer is pretty much the same as any other lawyer as far as dealing with legalities of whatever industry it is. Typically with music the lawyer will go over contracts for artists, labels, distributers, managers, etc. This can be as simple as consulting an artist about a contract...
A denial of responsiblity. eg in an insurance policy it might say "Invalid when due to civil unrest". This is a disclaimer to say that you would not be paid if your problem was due to rioting.
Yes. Most, if not all, states allow an executor to waive their fee.This is common where the executor is also an estate beneficiary, asthe fee is taxed as income to the executor. Although this general answer is provided by an attorney, it shouldnot be taken as legal advice regarding your particular...
If the original client is a legal entity (e.g. corporation, LLC),and another person then purchases ownership of that entity, thenthe entity is still legally the client.
That would be an Eliza Rosevear lawyer!
It will take four years as a full-time student to obtain the bachelor's degree, and three additional years to obtain the juris doctor (JD) degree which is awarded to those who successfully complete law school.
Most likely, no, if by "probate a will' you mean getting that will admitted to probate and getting Letters Testamentary issued. Most states handle that matter at a county level and in a way that any person can do themselves. Most will have clerks who will fill out the appropriate forms for you. ...
the nature of being a lawyer is very good.it will make you lots of money.and it is just a great job to have..the nature of being a lawyer is very good.it will make you lots of money.and it is just a great job to have..it will put food on the table for your love ones and family and you can be...
Yes, either in their own, solo, practice or by becoming a member of a firm or working for the government. There is always room for advancement in every profession.
Lawyers generally do not receive a master's degree. First, they earn a four year undergraduate degree. Then, they earn a three year Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. In are instances, they go on to earn a Master's of Law (LL.M.) degree after one or two years of further study.
Yes, Oj's lawyer was Rob Kardashian, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob Kardashian's father. He was married to Kris Kardashian who is now married to Bruce Jenner.
He files a motion for an order to have the Judge recuse himself from the case.
No, in the United States, one must earn a Juris Doctorate. The amount of time needed, from start to finish (to include the bachelor's needed to apply to law school), is roughly seven to eight years. In Mexico, one must seek an additional one to two years in professional training, after two years....
Yes, you can sue a city, but it is usually not a good idea to do so; cities have a lot of money (or failing that, at least a lot of credit) with which to conduct lawsuits, and if they want to they can appeal a verdict that they don't like for years, through many layers of the judicial system. You...
Yes Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer that worked in Springfield.
The best for me was Eric Biretta. Nice guy, unbelievable lawyer. Others' opinions may vary...
When, looking for the best, don't confine yourself into a specific location. There are many DUI lawyer out there who fairs better above everyone else! For example I was from San Diego and I hired a DUI lawyer from LA, mr. Vitaly Sigal from Vitaly Law Group.
You must be able to problem solve. Also you need to calculate percentages, deal with intrest rates, and proportions. Follow me on instagram! danielle_2112
1,000,000,000 a year or more
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Some testator's provide that the beneficiary must survive them by 30 days or the gift will lapse. If there is no special provision in the will the beneficiary only needs to survive the testator to inherit. If the beneficiary lived long enough after the death of the testator to inherit then the...
Lawyers do most of their work in law offices, law libraries, and incourtrooms. They can sometimes come to clients homes, as well ashospitals or prisons.
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A lawyer needs to be ethical, reliable, trustworthy, a friend (after all you build relationships with clients). Along with these values a lawyer needs to be well educated, quick thinking, and a very analytical person (quick to analyze a situation and decide the best outcome to a situation) Remember...
Nick Donahue was a fictional character....based on a true story. Frank Duncan is the name of the man the movie is about. His mother was Elizabeth Duncan and she was executed in San Quentin's gas chamber August 8, 1962.
\nThere are some things that you have to consider. You CAN get a divorce without a lawyer, but if you have Children or a lot of assets I'd advise against it. There are kits available in many book stores, or online to complete a divorce without a lawyer. It all really depends on how amicable ...
Generally:.In criminal cases fees are charged hourly (contingent fees not allowed).In civil cases, fees can be charged hourly or on a contingency basis. If contingency, the lawyer gets a % of the award to the plaintiff ( contingent fees not allowed in most family law matters)
You will need to check out the law in your area. The law in this state was changed so that now it is legal for a 16 year old and a 21 year old to have sexual intercourse. So the answer is that in this state nothing can be done. However, that may or may not apply to your state or country. It does not...
Age is not the problem. One of my best students in law school was a military retiree in his 40s. He went on to become a very good lawyer.
In most places a Will can be filed with the probate court while the testator is living, for safekeeping. That would be a voluntary procedure. Most people simply keep their Will in a safe place or filed with their attorney. Once a testator has died their Will must be filed for probate in order...
Within the United States, you must obtain a jursis doctor (JD) degree and a passing score on the bar-exam to practice law.