getting a lawyer

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Anybody here get a lawyer recently?

    I need to see a lawyer that deals with family-law and where the first initial consultation is free. I looked in the yellow pages but way to many to choose from, so I though maybe some of you here might recommend someone.

    Thanks [​IMG]
     
  2. mcbee

    mcbee TRIBE Member

    i just got a lawyer recently....however, he's a property lawyer and was referred to me from my real estate agent (who is a friend)

    doesn't help much....email me and i could give you his name. maybe he could refer you to someone?

    [​IMG]sarah
     
  3. alexd

    alexd Administrator Staff Member

    the law society used to have a referral service. they will set you up with someone. the first visit is free.

    (then they gouge you like there is no tomorrow)
     
  4. Jeffsus

    Jeffsus TRIBE Member

    My attorney is availble for the next little while.

    -jM
    A&D
     
  5. SlipperyPete

    SlipperyPete TRIBE Member

  6. noahmintz

    noahmintz Well-Known Member

    I've watched enough episodes of Alley McBeal to be a good lawyer ... all what you need to do is get the jury singing along to a song and you'll win the case for sure!

    stu
     
  7. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

    I recommend KIX, her experince in "legal" issuses is next to none. [​IMG] Best attorny i've ever had. (please note this is a joke, she has no formal training and you might end up in jail)

    Dave
     
  8. KiX

    KiX TRIBE Member

    Your attourney? I must decline. I see the bullshit attourneys of law have to put up with...

    Though i may offer you legal advice from time to time... especially when you fail to realize that selling out on a constant basis is infact a grave injustice worthy of full punishment in a court of law.

    [​IMG]

    =tina=
     
  9. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

    I'm pretty sure that the ways (yes more than a few and i'm sorry) I consistantly sell out are not punishable by law.
    Punishable in other ways yes, but not by law.

    Dave
     
  10. loopdokter

    loopdokter TRIBE Promoter

    "As your attorney, I would advise you not to... read Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas if you don't already see lawyers as crooked!"

    God bless Hunter S. Thompson.

    Cheers,
    Jay K.
     
  11. Jeffsus

    Jeffsus TRIBE Member

    [​IMG]
    At Quark's Lounge in the Hilton, Las Vegas

    -jM
    A&D
     
  12. H2Whoa

    H2Whoa TRIBE Member

    imagine a world without lawyers....(shudder)
     
  13. Klubmasta Will

    Klubmasta Will TRIBE Member

    most family lawyers will do the initial consultation for free. it is hard to give a proper reference without knowing more details - some family lawyers are appropriate for simple divorces, others are more appropriate for custody issues, while others are appropriate for more affluent couples (i.e. more assets, more complex property and tax issues).

    your best bet is to call EPSTEIN COLE. it is the largest family law firm in north america, their head office is in toronto and their rates are very reasonable.

    ask for Alison Kotler (416-862-6230) and tell her that you were referred by a colleague of her husband Jason. if your legal issue does not fall within her specialty, she can refer you to a more appropriate lawyer in her firm. (that's the benefit of going to an all-family law firm.)

    good luck.
     
  14. Klubmasta Will

    Klubmasta Will TRIBE Member

    one more thing - it is generally a bad idea to go to a lawyer who professes to be a 'general practitioner'. this refers to lawyers that dabble in all areas (criminal, real estate, general litigation, family, etc.)

    no disrespect because i know several lawyers like this who are quite competent. but if a complex issue arises in a specific area, a g.p. will be at a severe disadvantage.

    if you can find a lawyer that specializes in an area that covers your specific issue, the service and advice will be much better.
     

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