If the attorney did not appear at the hearing and thereby caused the client financial loss then the client can sue for damages. In regards to recovering the retainer it would be voluntarily on the attorney's part of whether a full refund or a portion thereof is warranted and would be based on the amount of time that was spent on the case.
None. If the client breaks the contract the attorney has no legal obligation to return any of the retainer fee. If the client believes the attorney was not representing their best interest in the case, he or she has the option of filing a malpractice suit and a complaint with the state bar association and the ABA.
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That depends on which disease you mean, obviosly. If it's something like diabeates then you may never recover, it may even leave you blind.
No you wil have to ge a court order to recover it.
Yes, a client may dismiss his or her legal counsel at anytime they so choose. The recovery of retainer fees would depend upon the agreement made at the time the client accepted the attorney's offer of representation.
No. What a person comes into the divorce with is his/hers. Unless, you invested in the car or made payments. With that you might be able to recover some of the cost.
Your divorce agreement or decree is valid only between you and your husband. The creditor still can look to you to recover the amount if you are otherwise liable for it. Your new husband may be able to protect himself if he keeps his sole management community property separate from you. To protect yourself, you need to have your assets only in exempt property, which varies from state to state. Bank accounts typically are not exempt.
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Because you need to do your own reading, and find out yourself.
Recovering deleted files is almost impossible by yourself. The best thing to start is to remove your drive, and then slave it. This will let you run a program on it to recover the lost data.
Grounds for divorce, yes. A lawsuit, not in any state I can think of. Although they may be able to file I don't think they can recover on that basis.
If you have uninsured motorist coverage let your insurance company settle with you then recover from the motorist in court. If you don't you will have to take the motorist to court yourself. Your insurance company is far better equipped for this than you are.
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Runtime has a program that enables you to recover lost or damaged data. The program is a do it yourself program called GetDataBack. There is a trial download to test and see if the program can recover what it is that was lost.
If you bought the house before the marriage it would still be considered your separate property, however, she could probably recover her contribution to the equity.
Recover has multiple meanings. Recover - to get something back. The police may recover a lost wallet. Recover - to get well. You should recover from your illness in 2 weeks.
No. Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder. Although you can take medication to suppress your status, you can never fully rid yourself of it.
Yes. The wounds from your surgery take more than a week to fully recover. You should see less and less blood as time passes.
The final divorce decree cannot be used as a legal instrument to recover monies owed. The involved party will have to file suit against the debtor spouse in the appropriate state court. Such a suit may have to be filed in the state in which the ex spouse now resides depending upon the laws of the state where the divorce was granted.
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I will recover from this setback.The team worked to recover the car from the river.
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recover from what?
Recover is a verb not a noun.
Recover You just spelt it...