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Shocking Information About Divorce Lawyers Exposed Auction ID: 241198

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Seller location: Netherlands
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(Aug 28, 2019 - 03:53)
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    In the case you haven't before now, probably sometime in your life you will have to retain the services of an attorney. Thanks to my consultation with Tampa Lawyer Christina Mesa, listed here is a selection of answers to popular and imperative questions.

    1. QUESTION: How can I be sure my attorney is working on my case?
    ANSWER: Every good lawyer accounts for his time (fees) and expenditures (costs). Your retainer arrangement should include a statement of how the attorney bills his clients - once a month, quarterly, etc. You can also track your case in some jurisidictions that provide on-line access to case dockets. If the county has that available, you are wise to often review the docket and see what events have occurred by your attorney and the other party/counsel. In addition feel comfortable contacting your attorney at intervals to learn the status of the issue, understanding you will likely be charged for these interactions.

    2. QUESTION: Do I want to hire an attorney or lawyer in the county where the case occurs?
    ANSWER: No. Many attorneys practice in other jurisdictions and other states, depending on their licensure for the latter. Having experience in the county in which the matter is being litigated is essential as that lawyer will have a level of comfort with the neighborhood courthouse personnel, attorneys (likely opposing counsel) and judges. One thing to consider in retaining an attorney away from area wherein the matter occurs is cost of travel time. Some lawyers do not charge for travel, others give you a reduced rate or preserve a billable rate for all work carried out. Talk about that question with each attorney consulted.

    3. QUESTION: How do I determine if I require a lawyer?
    ANSWER: If you have already been served with a Summons and comparable documents (Complaint, Petition, Motion), you should endeavor to seek out legal advice now. Documents filed in court that commence a lawsuit call for responses that involve specific deadlines; missing those deadlines could damage your defense, restrict or avoid your recovery. Some concerns by statute involve a "pre-suit" time period that enable you to think about the legal issues and probable resolution before a lawsuit is filed. Similarly, seeking a lawyer at the earliest opportunity is advised.

    4. QUESTION: What is mediation?
    ANSWER: Mediation is a process whereby the parties to the issue present at an agreed location with their counsel (if retained) and a decided on mediator to try and resolve all or a number of the problems involved. Mediators are to be unrelated to all participants and the litigation at issue, are to remain impartial in between the parties and their counsel, and maintain the confidential aspect of the conference to recommend settlement and resolution. Typically the parties share the charge of the mediation equally but other arrangements might be made if all parties are in agreement in advance of the conference. Mediation is typically required in just about every case filed in court and just before a trial is held.

    5. QUESTION: What kind of lawyer do I need?
    ANSWER: Again, like other industries, attorneys may specialize in a specific or more than one area. Similarly, law offices may specialize, offer general legal needs or offer services in several specific areas of law. Trial lawyers handle cases involving lawsuits; family law lawyers handle divorce, child custody/visitation, child support, alimony and related matters; general practitioners handle most matters. Some areas of law are extremely technical, like bankruptcy or taxation; others are delineated by statute, like worker's compensation. Any attorney should be able to go over your particular issue, determine if he or she is prepared to take care of such matters or advise you of the need to speak with another in a specialised area.

    6. QUESTION: How do I pick an attorney?
    ANSWER: Legal concerns are as vast as those in other industries, such as medicine, construction, finance, etc. and may be just as perplexing. To protect your rights and remedies, the ideal practice is to research your area of need and research what lawyers are around to help you. A referral from somebody you know and regard can bring a personal element to the plan to hire an law firm but should not be the only reason counsel is picked. Look into the attorney's background of training, practical experience and area(s) of practice. Asking a lot of questions should be encouraged in this process. Self-help could be empowering but may also restrict or negate your recovery. Hiring a law firm should be considered with the same degree of thought and consideration as that directed at the selection of a physician, accountant, financial advisor or therapist.

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    Country: Netherlands
    Escrow conditions: Use WebsiteTrader.com Escrow, Will Accept International Escrow
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    Starting Bid: 84.00 USD

    Auction started: Aug 21, 2019 - 03:53
    Auction ends: Aug 28, 2019 - 03:53
    Auction ID: 241198

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