Just because you are not involved in a lawsuit, doesn't mean that an attorney can't help you. There are so many times that just spending a few minutes talking to an attorney can help. If you are not an expert at law, legal aspects can be clarified by an attorney!
Speaking with an attorney can help you to make decisions. Many people try to avoid speaking to a lawyer due to the cost. There are several attorneys that provide affordable rates. There are some law firms that even provide a free first-time consultation, such as Palacios Law Group! Spending a small amount with a lawyer can help you to avoid a costly mistake. You would not want to risk a costly business or personal life mistake. This won't only take money, but also your time to solve.
Having a lawyer is convenient if there is ever a time where someone threatens to sue you., refuses to comply with a contract, or if someone you had a relationship with won't follow the custody or child support order. There are times that just a simple call to your lawyer can solve the problem.
For a low fee, a lawyer can even write a letter on your behalf as a way to resolve a problem instead of having to go to court.
As it was mentioned earlier, talking with an attorney can help clarify any of your questions about law that you are unfamiliar with. The law is very complex. You might have a rough idea about your options, but we guarantee that an expert can give you the best advice, and explain your options in greater detail. This can come in handy when it comes to child support, wills, health care directives, or even contracts.
The knowledge of a lawyer can be used to your advantage to help you save money, get more money, or have your wishes upheld.
When you are involved in a legal matter in which the other party involved has a lawyer, you may be put at a disadvantage if you do not have your own. In a situation like this, it is recommended to have your own attorney. They will know how to handle the situation better than you.
There are plenty of legal forms involved in different aspects of law such as wills, health care directives, power of attorney, trusts, and divorce petitions. If you do not do this properly on your own, then the arrangement won't be legally binding. It is always better to make sure that you keep yourself protected. This is another situation in which an attorney is recommended.
If you are in need of an attorney, don't hesitate to call Palacios Law Group! We offer a free first-time consultation. We are always here to help.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a policy that allows young immigrants that entered this country before they turned 16 years of age to receive a 2 year work permit. They are also exempt from deportation.
The program was first implemented in 2014 by President Obama. This program is a way to help young immigrants who are originally considered in the U.S. as unlawful to be here legally.
These young immigrants end up in the U.S. for a variety of reasons, and are considered here unlawfully due to their immigrant status. Many children will come to the U.S. at such a young age as visitors, diplomats, foreign workers and foreign students. The U.S. becomes their home essentially, even if they are here no longer legally.
This program may be fairly recent, but actions like this have been going on in the U.S. for the longest time. If undocumented immigrants get deported, the people who get deported are criminals usually, not families.
The original DACA Program that was created had specific criteria for children who wanted to stay here. The children must have arrived before turning 16 years old. They must of had continuous residence in the U.S. since June 15, 2012. They must be in school, graduated, obtained a GED, or be in the process of pursuing that. They must not have a criminal record as well.