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How to Find an Attorney Willing to Expose a Prominent Attorney's Unethical Practices
by jihe in Legal
If you believe that you are the victim of unethical conduct by a prominent attorney, you may not know what resources are available to you to deal with the situation. You may feel a bit overwhelmed with the prospect of having to challenge a well-known lawyer. Fortunately, there are legal malpractice attorneys that assist people in your situation.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Call

Does a Durable Power of Attorney Allow the Attorney to Change Trustees?
by Nate Bedortha in Business
Durable powers of attorney are powerful legal documents that let your agent make decisions for you in the event you become incapable of doing it yourself. Though you can use a durable power of attorney to grant the agent a wide range of abilities, the power to change a trustee must be specifically granted. The laws governing the kinds of powers you can grant an agent differ from state to state, so

Real Estate Attorney Vs. a Trial Attorney
by sep in Legal
Real estate attorneys and trial attorneys are subject to roughly the same certification process across the United States, including graduation from law school and passage of a state bar exam. However, real estate attorneys specialize in property-related legal matters, while trial attorneys are focused on courtroom litigation, usually in criminal defense or civil law capacities. What a Real Esta

Non-Attorney Disability Advocate Vs. Attorney
by MovingSpotlight in Legal
According to Disability Associates, a company offering training courses for careers as a non-attorney disability advocate, non-attorney disability advocates assist people applying for disability benefits through the entire process. Non-attorney disability advocates or attorneys can represent you in your disability case, but only attorneys are licensed to practice Social Security disability law.

What Is the Difference Between General Power of Attorney and Limited Power of Attorney?
by björnen in Legal
A power of attorney is a legal document that gives somebody else authority to make decisions for you. There are different kinds of powers of attorney that can serve different purposes. GeneralA general power of attorney essentially authorizes your agent to make any decision on your behalf. The decision can relate to anything, including finances, health care, property and contracts.

Does a Power of Attorney Have to Be Done by an Attorney?
by Rhoxed in Business
A power of attorney is an important legal document. It can do many things, such as help protect a person's financial situation if she becomes incapacitated. Being a legal document, it is strongly recommended that a person seek an attorney's help when drafting it. This is not necessary, however. A person can write her own power of attorney form; templates are available at law libraries and on the I

Difference Between Power of Attorney & Enduring Power of Attorney
by TheMoo in Legal
A power of attorney and an enduring power of attorney are documents that grant a someone the legal authority to act on another's behalf, including making legal or business decisions for that person. The person authorizing an individual to act on her behalf is known as the principal or granter and the individual being authorized to act is the agent, typically an attorney. Power of AttorneyIn the

Difference Between Unlimited Durable Power of Attorney & Durable Power of Attorney
by AndyD2k in Business
A power of attorney is a legal document in which one person, the principal, gives another person, the agent or the attorney-in-fact, the legal authority to make decisions on the principal's behalf. The principal can convey any kind of power he wants, including unlimited powers or powers that last past the principal's incompetency, known as durable powers. Power of attorney laws are state-specific,

Power of Attorney Vs. Durable Power of Attorney
by Nulq in Legal
Power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that allows you, the principal, to give authority to another person, the agent, to act for you in a legal capacity. It has different types, scopes of power, and durations. TypesA general POA allows an agent to act in all normal areas including purchasing or selling property, signing contracts, and other legal actions. A special POA works only in speci

Should I Use an Attorney for SSD?
by Tim Watson in Personal Finance
The Social Security Disability Program, or SSD, assists people who become permanently disabled and are unable to work. There is a specific process to follow and particular forms that must be filed to get the benefits. While a person may initiate the application process and file for reconsideration -- the first appeal -- by herself, an attorney may be of some help at these stages and is advised at
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