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Q: If an attorney lied to their client about custody laws and threatened to quit if you didn't agree can you sue them?

My attorney continuesly lied to me inorder to drag out my custody case and help the state max child support and awward mother custody. She would tell me if i exercise my constitutional rights the judge will just take my visitations away, shed tell me I miss understood the laws when I'd... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Aug 19, 2023

Ordinarily a claim against your own attorney will be a claim for legal malpractice. You will be to prove that the attorney’s conduct fell below the standard of care of attorneys in the area and that that caused you to sustain damages, typically by losing a case you would have won.

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Q: I was convicted of felonious sexual assault in 1999 (age 19) for a sexual act which technically occurred...

... In 1998 (age 18) with my 14 year old girlfriend. Though law is by no means my field of expertise, I've personally done a significant amount of RSA reading and Internet scouring hoping to find anything that could free me from this "brand" I'm forced to wear. With all the... View More

Leonard D. Harden
Leonard D. Harden
answered on Jun 22, 2023

I understand your situation. RSA 651:5 defines a FSA as a "violent crime" and prohibits it from annulment. It is difficult to get removed from the sex offender registry. Here are a links to check:... View More

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Q: Can someone get fired from job for practically no reason which i was under the impression i had my job still. Guess not

Weekend was over and i get blind sided late sunday out of no where. And i got bills to pay and 3 kids to support.

Joseph Kelly Levasseur
Joseph Kelly Levasseur
answered on Jan 1, 2020

Every case is fact dependent. There is nothing in your question that states anything an attorney could work with.

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Q: Can my lawyer be held responsible for missing a filing date that caused a portion of my suit to be dismissed ?

Year 2007, other part of suit was successful

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Aug 3, 2016

possibly--depends on what part of the case it was, what the net effect is.

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