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The legal needs of low-income persons are basic to survival. Fundamental legal rights need to be enforced as they relate to such basic necessities as nutrition, health, shelter, income, education and protection from violent physical abuse. The cases in which these concerns arise involve sophisticated issues of law, complicated governmental regulations, difficult issues of federalism, and consumer law rules turning on obscure precedents. Appeals, written arguments and extensive discovery are often required. In most of these instances low-income persons are unable to recognize the legal issues involved, institute litigation, or assert the appropriate defenses. Nor do they possess the skills needed to develop facts, argue law, negotiate settlements, or prepare pleadings.
Immigration Law Immigration law is a very complex area of law which deals mainly with non-U.S. citizens who want to enter and/or remain in the United States for various purposes. Immigration law is very complex because it is fact-specific and the rules and regulations may or may not apply to a particular person depending on the circumstances of his orher individual case. Failure to comply with immigration laws can carry harsh consequences, so it is recommended that you consult a professional before filing a document or contacting the immigration authorities.
Real Estate Law On the financial side, real estate lawyers operate similarly to corporate transactional and securities lawyers. While real estate attorneys can work on either residential (homes & apartments) or commercial (office towers, hotels and shopping centers) real estate, the underlying purpose is the same. In both cases attorneys, depending the stage of the process they are in, will help secure, negotiate and draft agreements relating to the temporary or long-term financing of the construction of the asset. Financing is accomplished by pledging the underlying real estate as security for the borrowed money (mortgage), and/or the pledging rent monies from the tenants in the development.