Help from Lawyers
Are there specific cases when I should see a lawyer?
Yes, there are matters best handled by a lawyer. Nearly everyone agrees that you should talk with a lawyer about major life events or changes, which might include:
- being arrested for a crime or served with legal papers in a civil lawsuit;
- being involved in a serious accident causing personal injury or property damage;
- a change in family status such as divorce, adoption, or death;
- a change in financial status such as getting or losing valuable personal property or real estate, or filing for bankruptcy.
>>Are there specific cases when I should see a lawyer?
>>For what kind of matters do Americans tend to see a lawyer?
>>Should I save money and wait until I absolutely need the lawyer's services?
>>What exactly is a lawyer?
>>What are the professional requirements for becoming a lawyer?
>>I come from another country, and I need to hire a lawyer. Aren't notary publics actually lawyers?