Pertaining to this answer Who will be responsible for the lawyers fees?
If you have a repossession then the lawyer fees will be charged to you.
Call some lawyers in your area and ask for an estimate of their fees for those tasks. Call some lawyers in your area and ask for an estimate of their fees for those tasks. Call some lawyers in your area and ask for an estimate of their fees for those tasks. Call some lawyers in your area and ask for an estimate of their fees for those tasks.
Lawyers must follow all the laws that every citizen does. In addition, there are laws that are specific to lawyers, such as ones pertaining to their conduct in and out of court. For example, in some states a lawyer may not solicit a case. As opposed to people in most professions who are expected to seek out clients.
Lawyers get paid by their clients, when clients don't have money to pay the lawyers, the lawyers don't get paid. Added: The more skilled the attorney the higher fee they can command. ALSO: the fees they are able to charge are determined in a large part by the area of the country in which they live and practice.
Lawyers typically get paid an hourly fee for helping an executor with a will. If they are the executor of the will, they will record their hours and bill the estate for them. In this case it is to their benefit to keep the estate open as long as possible. But all fees have to be approved by the court, so they have to be reasonable.
I am divorcing. I have consulted with an attorney and paid him fees. But I have decided not having him represent me in my case. Can he disclose what I told him to my wife Can he represent her?
If you had paid any fees, he is under the lawyer-client rule. He can not represent your spouse because of conflict of interest. Other It does not make a sintilla of diffierence if somebody has paid or not. Other words: pay has almost nothing to do with lawyer-client confidentality to the point of declining representation. It was a really bad ethical question* , and you, in my opinon, should address to your State Bar, the…