Paul Henry Nathan’s Answers

Paul Henry Nathan

San Francisco Family Law Attorney.

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  1. I need to find out how or what I need to do to file a discovery on a case

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Michael Charles Doland
    2. Charles Richard Perry
    3. Shawn Michael Haggerty
    4. Paul Henry Nathan
    5. Seyed Abbas Kazerounian
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    The first place you want to start is the judicial council website. Go to the forms drop down menu and then to discovery. There you'll find form interrogatories. You need to find the form interrogatories applicable to your case. You'll also see the form for request for admissions and depositions. However, there is an art to discovery. An attorney can design your discovery to suit your case and achieve your goals in the matter. I suggest you speak to an attorney or bar association volunteer...

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  2. Can i get a pro bono/ low income criminal defense attorney???

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kate M Forrest
    2. Paul Henry Nathan
    3. Aaron Lukoff
    3 lawyer answers

    Like the attorney who previously answered, try to have a public defender represent your boyfriend. Public defenders tend to be some of the finest attorneys around. He will be in good hands with a public defender representing him.

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  3. Is a "meet and confer" required prior to filing a motion to quash subpeona pursuant to 1987.1?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Paul Y. Lee
    2. Paul Henry Nathan
    3. Kevin Samuel Sullivan
    4. Brigid Janeen Joyce
    4 lawyer answers

    I do not believe there is a mandatory meet and confer requirement with a motion to quash a non-party witness. However, you should attempt a meet and confer letter if you have time. Then, your or your employer should move forward with the quash the subpoena with the meet and confer attached as an exhibit to the motion.

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  4. I dont know how i would look for a lawyer for someone oweing me money what would that be under

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Michael Charles Doland
    2. Paul Henry Nathan
    3. Michael T Millar
    3 lawyer answers

    You have a few potential claims. First, you should speak to an attorney who understands contract law. You also have potential claims for fraud, among others. You will want to move soon so your ex does not sell the car and spend the money. It will not do you much good if you sue your ex and he has sold the car and spent all the money. You may win but you'll win against a broke person who cannot pay you.

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  5. Family Law Service Question

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Donald Frederick Conviser
    2. Lisi Adriana Munayco
    3. Navid Abraham Natanian
    4. Paul Henry Nathan
    4 lawyer answers

    You did not perform proper service. The Court is likely to reject your request for default judgment based on your defective proof of service. Have your husband served by someone 18 years or older and file a proof of service from that person.

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  6. Civil Litigation

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Neil Pedersen
    2. David M Blain
    3. Alan James Brinkmeier
    4. Pajman Jassim
    5. Paul Henry Nathan
    5 lawyer answers

    My practice in a case requiring an expert is to have my expert on board with an opinion before I agree to take the case. In the long run this saves both my client and myself time and money. We know right from the start where we stand with our expert's opinion. However, I do not usually ask my client to supply the expert and I tend not to work with experts I am not familiar with. To answer your question: No, it is not out of the ordinary to have an expert review a case and express an opinion...

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  7. Lawyer's fees

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Barry A. Stein
    2. John P Fazzio III
    3. Paul Henry Nathan
    4. Robert Bruce Kopelson
    4 lawyer answers

    You probably should pay your rent so the landlord does not try to evict you again. Then, your attorney should request the court to issue a judgment for the amount of the fees. You can take that judgment to a collection agency who will try and collect. But, I would be careful about assuming the attorney's fees will be viewed by the Court as related to your current rent payments.

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  8. DO I NEED A LAWYER FOR SUING MY NEIGHBOR FOR SHOOTING MY DOG WITHOUT MY CONSENT?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kristen Jane DeWitt-Lopez
    2. Keith G Langer
    3. Paul Henry Nathan
    4. Vincent R Mayr
    4 lawyer answers

    I am sorry for your loss. The gloves come off with me when someone does anything to one of my animals. I would definitely consult an attorney. One problem with the law is the law does not value our animals lives beyond considering them a piece of personal property. You can only recover the value of your lost animal. However, you should talk to a lawyer and see about the possibility of recovering for emotional distress. It is important to find out if your neighbor killed your dog to try and...

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  9. Do I have to file a appearance for the motion to withdraw or send in a response to the motion?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Judy A. Goldstein
    2. Lisa Marie Gaspero
    3. Michael T Millar
    4. Paul Henry Nathan
    5. Robert Bruce Kopelson
    5 lawyer answers

    You can file an opposition to the motion to withdraw. But, I am not sure why you would want to. I would not want an attorney who does not want to work on my case. Find a new lawyer.

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  10. Filing a civil rights lawsuit after an appeal????

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Paul Henry Nathan
    1 lawyer answer

    You definitely need to seek an experienced civil rights lawyer. But, the crux is going to be whether there was any prosecutorial or police misconduct? Put another way, did the prosecutors or police officers in your criminal case do anything to fabricate evidence to gain a conviction or keep exonerating evidence from you? And, if so, do you have evidence to show the prosectorial or police misconduct? These are tough cases but are very important. Right now Gerry Spence, America's greatest...

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