General Practice

General practice attorney cases fall in a wide range of overlapping practice areas, from drafting wills and handling personal injury cases to negotiating tax settlements with the Internal Revenue Service. Common practice areas include family law, bankruptcy, wills and probate, trusts and estates, landlord and tenant, and criminal law. Please read on to find a general practice lawyer or access information about general practice law.

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can i bring a motion to dismiss for going past statute of limitations to be brought at trial?
it was asserted as an affirmative defense in the answer and now i need case law to support that answer
I loaned 4,500 to a friend in Dec 2010. I sent them a cashiers check and have the cacelled check bac
They live in Kentucky and I mailed the check from NJ. I spoke to him once since 2010. He messaged me on FaceBook and insisted he would repay me that was in 2013.
I want to buy a motorcycle from a private seller and he agrees to take payments. We both sign a con
Payments are made in full. Can he legally sell the bike to someone else and not,return the money that I have already paid
Do movies thearters in New York need a licensed security guard to search bags? If not why is there a
In New York a person is required to have a security license to be a security guard. Duties include checking ID's, bag checks, etc. Movie theaters do not have security guards, but are allowed to check bags a their own discretion. My question is, do movie theaters in New York need a licensed security guard to check bags, or can the ticket usher search them? And, if a security guard is not needed then what's the point of having the license if any receptionist-type job will allow for checking bags, ID's, etc?
Do I have to pay a civil demand fee after caught shoplifting?
I was apprehended by Jcpenny lp's and questioned and stuff, but no cops came and they let me off and just gave me a paper and said I should expect a letter in the mail. If there is a fee can I refuse it legally without going to court. I am 18 and I cannot afford this fee nor a lawyer please help me.
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General Practice Lawyer Web Sites
 -  Law - Strassburger Mckenna Gutnick & Gefsky
 -  Mississippi Law - Cumbest, Cumbest, Hunter & Mccormick, P.A.
 -  Maui County Law - Tateishi & Pascual, Attorneys A Law Corporation
 -  Salem Lawyer - Harris, Wyatt & Amala, LLC
 -  Tampa Attorneys - Westchase Law P.A.
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