Archive for February, 2017
Do you know what they call the lowest-scoring student who passes the bar? A lawyer.
You might think if you’ve worked with one lawyer, you’ve worked with all the lawyers. This simply isn’t true. There are good lawyers and there are not-so-good-lawyers. A lawyer who isn’t well-suited for your case is more than just a waste of money. If your legal issues aren’t handled appropriately, it can turn into a real nightmare. The best thing you can do to avoid getting yourself stuck with the wrong attorney is to know the signs of a bad lawyer and avoid one altogether.
To assist you to this end, we’ve put together a quick list of red flags that tell you that you need a new lawyer:
Have you found yourself struggling with the aftermath of adverse possession or a boundary dispute? You may need to seek out the assistance of a real estate attorney. Personal property law cases are one of the most common legal issues brought up in the United States, seeing thousands of violations and grievances brought to court year after year. It can be difficult knowing where to begin with the foreclosure process or whether or not you should read up on business property law before filing a case.
A still frequent occurrence is that of foreclosure. It’s estimated one in every 96 homes have reported at least one, if not several, foreclosure filings back in 2013. On average it takes around 40 days to close on a house in California, though this number can fluctuate depend