You may be a very conscientious employer who believes in doing only the right thing. This careful and considerate approach may spare you of major employee issues. Even so, there can be situations where you might need the advice and help of an employment lawyer.
The first article in this sequence dealt with the choice facing new divorce consumers between hiring a lawyer and hiring a non-lawyer to provide uncontested divorce services. Assuming the question had been answered in favor of the non-lawyer option, the second article in the sequence addressed the next choice: that between a traditional office or “bricks-and-mortar” paralegal and an online divorce forms preparer.
Individuals who find themselves facing civil or criminal charges have the right to legal representation. It is important for the accused to choose carefully when hiring an attorney. Aside from the fact that a regular citizen is unfamiliar with court proceedings and the specifics of the law, a lawyer is best suited to perform certain activities on behalf of the client. For instance, there are court documents that only the defendant or the defendant’s legal representation can access, such as the certificate of disposition, which states the final disposition of a case, or its current status, if court proceedings are still ongoing. That is only the beginning. Here are some of the cases that you might become involve in and the merits of having capable representation to guide and see you through the legal proceedings.