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                                  Do You Need the Help of a Lawyer Or Not?
                                                 By Gabriel Adams

  How do you know if you need to hire a lawyer for your legal issues? There are a few things to

 There are many matters that may cause you to need to seek litigation. However, not every situation
calls for litigation when it comes down to it. If you are not sure whether your particular instance
constitutes a real legal claim of some kind, talking with an attorney and having that initial meeting can
help you determine whether or not your situation is legally viable.

 The first consideration is whether the matter that you want a solution for is something that was truly
illegal. You may not know whether there is a law in place that covers what happened (or is
happening). If you are unsure, there are resources at the local libraries or on official law websites that
can help you get more information on the legality of things.

 If you already know that an incident has occurred where taking legal action would be warranted, you
are already one step closer to your solution. On the other hand, just because an incident has taken
place where legal repercussions would be warranted doesn’t mean that legal action is the best way to
resolve the issue.

 Once you make that call to an attorney, he or she can only tell you whether or not you have a case. If
you do have a case, of course the law firm is going to encourage you to take action. If you go strictly
on their advice, you will always end up taking legal action (if you have a case). (They are a bit biased
because they want your money!)

 So what do you do if you do have a case but are unsure whether to escalate your situation to a legal
level? The first step is to ask why you are seeking legal help. Are you or someone you care about in
danger? If you are, this is an indication you should go forward with an attorney.

 The last thing you want to do is take the law in your own hands and commit a crime of some kind.
You cannot justify doing that. You may try to, in your mind, but our system of law doesn’t work that
way. You can’t make a citizen’s arrest and prosecute someone in any way you see fit. That’s not how
our legal system works. You must go through the proper authorities and channels, so that the offender
gets a fair trial (just as you would want if your roles were reversed).

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 If no one is in danger, the next thing to ask yourself is what your motive is. If something you own was
damaged and you need to replace it, for example, that’s a valid motive to sue. But, ask yourself: Is the
other person a reasonable individual and you could just ask them to repair or replace your item? If it is
a reasonable person, give him (or her) the benefit of the doubt and offer a chance to fix the situation for

 However, if something of yours was damaged or destroyed and the other person is not approachable
(or if you already approached him or her and did not get a good result), taking legal action can
definitely be a suitable option.

 Another important thing to consider is whether your main motive for going the legal route is out of a
sense of vengeance. Do you just want revenge? Are you just trying to get back at someone for
hurting you or someone else? If you are a person of faith, it may be a good idea to visit a church first
and seek the help of someone with a good moral head on their shoulders. Perhaps they can help you
learn to forgive, and if you can indeed forgive, many legal situations can be avoided.

 Remember that no one is perfect and you wouldn’t want someone to take legal action against you
unless there was no other choice. You’d want to be given the benefit of the doubt and a second
chance. Keep in mind that whatever you accuse someone of, whether the individual is found guilty or
not, will stay on his or her record for years (perhaps permanently).

 Whatever you do, do not take the process of taking legal action lightly. Consider all these things
before you do so. It can help in many ways, but it can also hurt. Would you have more regret if you
did sue or more regret if you didn’t? Just think this all through and be sure before you jump (as with
anything in life).

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                                     Finding The Best Tax Lawyer
                                        By Tawee Subsomboon

 If you are looking for a tax lawyer you need to know how to find the best one possible. There are
literally hundreds of sites alleging to have the best tax lawyer available and it may seem that they are
all pretty much the same. However, as with all types of lawyers, there are good tax lawyers as well as
bad ones and it is important to find the right one for you.

There are a number of questions that you need to ask any tax lawyer before you decide which
company to hire. Obviously, experience is a key factor in narrowing down your list of potential
candidates to a reasonably small number. If the tax lawyer you are considering has no recent
experience with court cases then you should avoid using their services. This is because the tax laws
are constantly changing and it is vital that your chosen tax lawyer is completely up to date with current

The track record of any tax lawyer is also important. If you ask any tax lawyer how many cases they
have won, and lost, this will give you an idea of how effective they are at pleading your case. However,
your individual circumstances should be taken into account and you need to ask the lawyer if they have
had specific experience with a similar case and what the outcome was.

The best tax lawyer is one that specialises in more difficult cases and is more likely to be able to help
you in whatever situation you find yourself.

The methods used by a lawyer in preparing your case should also be a consideration. Usually, a tax
lawyer will be extremely thorough in investigating the circumstances surrounding your case and you
should look for the most comprehensive service possible. A thorough tax lawyer will look into all of your
financial records and gather evidence, of course, but will also look into any other mitigating
circumstances to help with your plea.

Of course, any tax lawyer would like to claim that they can have any case against you dismissed but
the reality is that this is often unlikely. You should discuss with the lawyers on your shortlist what
penalties they anticipate you being given and how they plan to negotiate for lower ones. Obviously, you
want to have a tax lawyer who can obtain the most lenient fines possible, even if the case against you
is very clear.

Finally and probably most importantly, is the rapport that you feel when you are talking to the individual
tax lawyer. It is essential that you are able to discuss everything freely and openly with whichever tax
lawyer you finally decide to hire. If you do not feel comfortable talking with a particular lawyer then
simply cross them off your list and move on to the next one.

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