How many years does it take to become an attorney?

Answer Becoming an attorney takes at least seven years. Four years to graduate from an undergraduate institution, then most law schools require three years. In the July after law school graduation comes... Read More »

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Do you know how many years of schooling would you need to become an adoption attorney?

Step-father, yes ... just "father", at your age of 21, I would think not. When I married recently, my wife's sons are in their higher 20's ... their last names did not change - they keep their pri... Read More »

Can an attorney put a lien on a truck owned by new husband and myself from x husbands debt 5 years old?

If your ex filed bankruptcy and you signed paperwork at the vets, you would be liable for the bill. I know, it bites, I am in the same situation with my ex and the house that he has I haven't live... Read More »

What are the other sibling rights to mother's property if one sibling has power of attorney and the other sibling never left home and is over forty years of age?

Power of Attorney is to give the sibling mentioned and acknowledged by the mother to perform their affairs when the mother cannot such as paying bills; investing money, etc., and no one else can ta... Read More »

Real Estate Attorney Vs. a Trial Attorney?

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. Howev... Read More »