Find something that you are interested in college and do well. Good law schools need good marks, most of the time the undergraduate degree area of study is not as important. If you are interested in a particular subject area (sports, medicine, technology, politics) I am almost certain there is an...Read more »
I have always been fascinated with being a criminal defense attorney. So much so that I got my Bachelor's in Criminal Justice from UAB here in AL. I ended up with an office job in freight logistics making 72k a year and the job is decent. I don't mind doing it, but it's just not... Read more »
This is really a question that involves lots of thought. Congratulations on your Criminal Justice degree. That's a big accomplishment. Only you can make this decision, based on your schedule, finances, and personal commitments. Going to law school part-time at night can be consuming, and it...Read more »
My dad is actually currently trying to kick me out and he told me to pack up about 4 days ago and today he is kicking me out I got almost no time to actually figure things out or find a place to stay so it would be nice to know if there was somehting i could do to stop this also I am in high-school... Read more »
Need more info. But you would have to look at the terms of your purchase and sale agreement to determine your rights. Consult with your agent, or better, consult with an attorney to review the facts of your situation and your documents to help guide you.
I work for a non profit swim club and we are wondering what the limit of earned income and reserved income we can hold onto with out losing our non profit status. We are following all the other non profit policies, but cannot find a clear answer for this. Thank you.
If you are trying to ask a question about, when you move in together and things don't work out, whether you can sue for breach of contract; the answer is no. Had you been married, on the other hand, you would very well have a number of options.
I'm sorry this happened to you. It looks like you already did many of the things that could be done. If you have a renter's insurance policy, check its provisions for personal property loss. But keep in mind that there could be a deductible. I hope it turns up and you get it back. Good luck
The mother wants him to give up his rights but we don't know how to go about doing it if he doesn't give them up then she is gonna continue to be a headache and threaten him with his kids because sometimes he can't see them on weekends due to working not having a sitter or because of being sick
Something this serious should not be done without representation and as such, I recommend that the first thing you do is consult with a few family law attorneys to discuss this and then decide how to best proceed.
Here's the better question: is that the only basis the police had for the search? Even if it was an illegal search, illegality will not be found just because you want it to be found. Instead, you will need to compose, file, and argue a successful motion - which is difficult for any...Read more »
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