I made a brief negative review of my lawyer on the BBB website and Facebook. I feel that she rip me off and failed to do a good job on our last trial that end up costing me thousands. I also end up moving from California to Louisiana to attend this contempt trial against my ex. She did not subpoena... Read more »
The attorney's hourly rate is not confidential. If your record was not sealed, then your name, any testimony, any evidence, and any pleadings are not confidential. If you were allowed to relocate to CA with your child, then you won. Why would you post a negative review?
This is a common question and subject to many misinterpretations.
Entrapment is a defense to criminal charges. The basis for entrapment occurs between an officer and defendant before or during the alleged crime. When an officer coerces or uses overbearing tactics to induce someone to commit...Read more »
You should seek the help of an attorney who handles property matters to determine if you have a servitude (or right of passage) across your neighbor's property. If so, that attorney can help you enforce your rights. Good luck
The case has taken more than 5 years. Every time there is a deadline it is missed. We submitted a piece of evidence into record and the attorney was given 15 days to reply with its admissibility. That was 49 days ago. This is a trend and I believe it is to try to run my funds dry so I cannot... Read more »
If you believe your lawyer has committed malpractice on your case, you should consult with another attorney to review your file and advise whether he agrees. You have a right to receive either the original or a copy of your file.
I found a friend od. I called 911 police and emt arrived. They searched house but there were no drugs. They searched my purse and I had bc powder in a bottle of tylenol. And was arrested charged with possession n man. Of herion. They tested it for cocaine but refused to test for her. I had to spend... Read more »
I am not the accused in the matter. Though during the course of a trial my ex-wife's attorney made a statement that my son was molested despite not offering any foundation or evidence. He went on to claim ignorance of what the criminal definition of molestation is. Ignorance of the law is... Read more »
If the statements were made in the course of litigation it is likely that the attorney is immune under the litigation privilege from civil suit. However, statements made in court that are not supported by the record or evidence can be ground for sanctions by the board - although that is for the BPR...Read more »
Sisters atty encouraged her to propose my eviction in order to sell my late mothers home. My understanding is that I am equal share holder in ownership & cannot be evicted. Also I’m disabled - stroke 4yrs ago. I’ve lived with my mom for 18yrs. When I received this proposed eviction, my... Read more »
Buyer's real estate agent has taken advantage of my elderly parents since the start. Buyer has failed to make payments on time every month since signing. 45 days have been given each time. The contract said for improvements to be made to houses and property. None have been made. Rather the... Read more »
Tired of the deception and tired of being ignored because the ex is a police officer. Is there anyone out there who isn’t scared to fight for the truth, and protect my wife from this vindictive liar who uses his position to get away with his mission to punish... Read more »
Over year ago my attorney promised to get immigrant visa for my mom and my brother- her minor child. I read everywhere it was impossible because she is an immediate relative and cannot have any derevatives but he reassured me he could do it, took approximately 6k for work - signed the contract... Read more »
I am nor familiar with immigration law, so I cannot comment on whether the lawyer's reassurances were legitimate. However, I would suggest you get a second opinion from another attorney who does handle immigration matters. Also, you may want to consider filing a complaint with the Louisiana...Read more »
A succession most likely needs to be opened to ensure that all of the necessary heirs receive their portion of any recovery. The attorney should let you know what needs to be done to receive your share of any recovery. Should you have any difficulties in dealing with the attorney, I would suggest...Read more »
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