• Are you looking for a lawyer for your case?

  • Are you a Lawyer looking for Legal Clients?

Adequate Protection the right of a party with an interest in the debtor's property (such as a secured creditor) to assurance that its interest will not be diminished during the bankruptcy proceedings.
Administrative Claim (or Administrative Expense Claim) debt incurred by the debtor, with court approval, after the bankruptcy filing including: necessary costs of preserving the estate, wages, salaries, court costs, lawyers' fees, accountants' fees, trustees' expenses, etc.
Adversary Proceeding a lawsuit arising in or related to a bankruptcy case that is commenced by filing a complaint with the bankruptcy court.
If you want to see more lawyer profiles, please, Log In to Legal Bistro.
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Attorney
Law Firm Name:
Law Offices of Carolyn McBeath & Kathleen Smith
Areas of practice:
Tags:
Biography:
Practice Areas   Family Law Juvenile Dependency Divorce Children Adoption Law Child Abduction Child Abuse and Neglect Child Advocacy Child Custody Child Custody Mediation Child Dependency Child Protection Child Sexual Abuse Child Support Child Welfare Children's Rights Father's Rights Grandparents Custody Grandparents Visitation Rights Interstate Child Custody Parental Kidnapping Parental Rights Parenting Time Step Parent Adoptions Termination of Parental Rights Third Party Custody Visitation R
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Member
Law Firm Name:
Hannah C. Pelham, P.C.
Areas of practice:

Domestic Violence

Child Custody & Visitation

Family Law

Child Support

Divorce

Spousal Support or Alimony

Paternity

Tags:
Biography:
Hannah C. Pelham practices exclusively in the area of family law, with a particular emphasis on child custody, child visitation, and divorce matters, in the greater metro-Atlanta, Georgia area, including Gwinnett County, Lawrenceville and Braselton.  Ms. Pelham's philosophy is to preserve children's psychological well-being by keeping both parents in their lives whenever possible and to promote positive relations between divorcing parents.  To that end, she encourages out-of-court settlements a
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Attorney
Law Firm Name:
Law Offices of William L. Geary, Co., L.P.A.
Areas of practice:
Tags:
Biography:
Order of the Coif. Recipient, CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Family Law and Dispute Resolution. Franklin County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). Student Assistant and Volunteer, National Center for Adoption Law and Policy.
No user photo
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Member
Law Firm Name:
Law Office of Judith Ann Whiting, Ph.D., J.D.
Areas of practice:
Tags:
Biography:
Adjunct Faculty Member, University of South Carolina College of Social Work. Member: College of Social Work Partnership Board; Benedict College School of Education Advisory Board. Board Member, South Carolina Gerontological Society.
Recommendations not found Missing
Publications not found Missing
Position:
Member
Law Firm Name:
The Rose Law Firm LLC
Areas of practice:

Child Support

Family Law

Child Custody & Visitation

Divorce

Prenuptial Agreements

Adoption

Trusts Wills and Estate

Tags:
Biography:
Family Law - it's not just something we do, it's the ONLY thing we do. Call us today for your free consultation with an experienced Alabama Divorce and Custody trial attorney. National Institute of Family Law Trial Attorneys.
More than 31 million youth were under juvenile court jurisdiction in 2008. Of these youth, 79% were between the ages of 10 and 15, 12% were age 16, and 9% were age 17. The small proportion of 16- and 17-year-olds among the juvenile court population is related to the upper age of juvenile court jurisdiction, which varies by state. In 2008, youth age 16 in 3 states were under the original jurisdiction of the criminal court, as were youth age 17 in an additional 10 states.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Between 1985 and 2008, case rates doubled for drug law violations (100%), nearly doubled for public order offenses (98%), and person offense case rates increased 87%.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
In contrast to other offense categories, case rates for property offenses declined 25% between 1985 and 2008.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Solicitor  solicitors  special education and the law  special victims  special victims unit  speeding  spud guns  ssd  ssd drives  ssd hard drive  ssdi  ssd or hdd  ssd review  ssi  ssi and disability  ssi benefit  ssi benefits  ssi disability  ssi income  ssi payment  ssi payments  ssi security  ssi social security  ssi social security disability  ssi ssi  standard and poor  standard poor  star firearms  start a business  starting a business  state agency  state agency that  state aid  state and government jobs  state assistance  state bid  state by state gun laws  state child support  state child support  state contracts  state disability  state employment  state employment jobs  state financial  state forms  state government  state government  state government auction  state government employees  state government it