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September 21, 2012 By The Mace Firm
After the trial court convicts and sentences an individual of a crime, the defendant will have the right to appeal to an appellate court to have the judgment of the trial court reviewed. Learning about the procedure is essential if you are looking to make an appeal. After a defendant is found guilty of committing a crime and a verdict has been passed down by the trial court, he/she will get the right to make an appeal to the higher courts (appellate courts) for having the verdict reviewed.
September 21, 2012 By Hippo, Fleming & Pertile
When a person calls an estate planning attorney, they will likely ask for the cost of their services. Instead of getting an upfront price you are given a range of prices, but why does an estate planning attorney not offer upfront pricing?At first it may seem like the attorney is hiding something, but there are valid reasons as to why giving an upfront price is not an option for estate planning attorneys.
September 21, 2012 By Law Office of Roy W. Litherland
There are certain benefit programs that senior citizens often rely on such as Medi-Cal that have upper resource limits. You cannot qualify for the program as a way to pay for long-term care if you have countable assets that exceed a certain amount. As a result, Medi-Cal planning can include giving away resources to your children and/or grandchildren as a way to stay within the limits. After all, they would be inheriting these resources anyway after you pass away.
September 21, 2012 By Deborah Sexton Law Office, PA
A lawyer involved in the Thomas Kinkade estate battle has said that the case could drag on for a year, and possibly more, according to a story in the San Jose Mercury News. The attorney ,Douglas Dal Ceilo, says that it could be a year or more before the California probate court hears oral arguments on whether the handwritten notes purported to be Mr. Kinkade's constitute a valid last will and testament under California law.
September 20, 2012 By Walcheske & Luzi, LLC
We see you rolling your eyes. “Oh, go figure, 2 employment attorneys preaching about the ‘dangers’ of not being represented by an employment law firm. Shiver me timbers!” Okay, so that last part got a bit pirate-y, but all we ask is that you please hold your presumptions about what we’re going to say here and why, at least until you’ve finished reading this. Now, BRING ON THE PULPIT!
September 20, 2012 By Walcheske & Luzi, LLC
Under a “no-fault” attendance policy, an employee accrues one point per absence, regardless of the reason for the absence. After an employee accumulates a pre-designated number of absences, the employee is usually subject to increasing levels of discipline (a “progressive disciplinary policy”), ending with termination.
September 20, 2012 By Benari Law Group
More lawsuits have been filed in Philadelphia by individuals who allege that they were abused by Catholic priests as children. Pennsylvania takes “corruption of a minor” charges very seriously. “These things do not define me but they have left me as damaged goods,” said one man who was abused by Roman Catholic priests as a boy.
September 20, 2012 By Demas Law Group, PC
Although you may have lost your favorite niece or nephew in a car crash or other accident in California, you can't file even file an amicus brief in a wrongful-death suit because you are a second-level relative, unless you can prove that you were the primary caregiver of the victim. The way the the system works in California. Not only is the time limit short in filing wrongful-death actions, but the degree of relationship to the deceased is the key.
September 20, 2012 By Jaburg Wilk
A short window exists for a special needs child who is near age 18 to qualify for SSI by meeting the definition of disability. There is a distinction between SSI and DAC benefits. It is important to consult with an attorney who has expertise in both public benefits and special needs planning as both benefit rates and qualifications can and do change.
Why You Should Advise Your Michigan Drivers License Attorney of Any Addictive Prescription Medications
September 20, 2012 By Mark Langschied Law
If you are meeting with Michigan drivers license appeal lawyers to select one to help reinstate your drivers license, make sure to disclose any medications you are currently taking. Failing to advise your Michigan drivers license appeal lawyer of the medications you are taking can be fatal to your case. This is especially important if you are taking addictive prescription medication