Michael Hales' answer There are going to be a number of ethical issues here for attorneys. For example, there are rules about referral services like this as well as how the attorneys would be paid. Because there are so many issues to discuss, I'd recommend finding an attorney to review this all in detail.
However, you are always best advised to retain a lawyer in case you are charged or arrested. It's also important to not talk about this case to anyone except your attorney. Please remember anything you say can and will be used against you. The problem is that an officer can misunderstand what you said or not write down everything. Often it is what THEY THOUGHT THEY HEARD YOU SAY that hurts you. You...
Grant St Julian III's answer Was the case dismissed after successful completion of deferred adjudication probation, or was it dismissed without any plea being entered? Ask this question to the attorney who represented you on the matter. Good luck.
Eric Steven Day's answer Your required minimum distributions are determined on an annual basis. Therefore, if you took the distribution last year and are trying to include that distribution as part of your required minimum distribution for the following year, it won’t work. There is a different equation that is used when determining the RMD every year. That being said, you can withdraw the amount anytime throughout the year as long as it is the required amount.
Erik Luthens' answer In any legal malpractice case the primary issues are: (1) whether your attorney breached the standard of care or in other words, did something (or failed to do something) that an attorney in a similar situation would have done; and (2) whether your attorney’s error is a proximate cause of your damages, I.e., was your attorney’s error à substantially contributing factor to the bad result you obtained; and (3) had it not been for your attorney’s error, would you have likely succeeded on...
Eric Steven Day's answer It just depends on what type of work you are doing now. For instance, if you are working for another company, you might roll it into their 401k plan. If you are in retirement, the IRA might be a good option because you are just waiting on distributions. If you are running your own business, you may consider starting a management company in the form of a C Corporation and sponsoring a solo 401k with that Corporation. This will allow you to contribute much more money and use the capital in...
John Espinosa's answer This question doesn't belong in any of these categories. You may have a civil cause of action for defamation. You should consult with a litigation attorney who specializes in defamation. Here is some more information about defamation: https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/defamation-law-made-simple-29718.html
Robbie Levin's answer If he was involved in a shooting, while already on probation, your boyfriend should hire an attorney immediately. Not only is he facing probation violations, but he is likely facing new charges as well.
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Mr. James Charles Wright's answer Yes. A gas station in Tennessee can refuse to allow you to use the restroom-- Unless you have a medically certified condition that by state statute would require the gas station to let you use the restroom.
Matthew Williams' answer Put the money is escrow and prepare for a fight, if you don't want to pay it. The law will generally imply a month-to-month lease if the specifics are not spelled out in the agreement and go from there. That means 30 days notice will usually be included essentially as customary.
Michael Drew Raisman's answer If the will was probated, then you can get a copy at the local Register of Wills. You can also reach out to the executor who has an obligation to notify all heirs that an estate has been opened.
Timothy R Johnson's answer You may have claims against her for misappropriation of your likeness for commercial purposes. If you want her to stop her conduct immediately and have the pictures removed, you may want to consult an attorney to send her a letter informing her of her privacy infringements and warning that further action will result in her being taken to court.
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