Sharova Law Scholarship07/22/2021 - 11:05 AM
Law Office of Yelena Sharova, P.C., a full-service law firm in New York, is offering a once-yearly $1,000 scholarship to undergraduate law students attending a USA college, university, or law school.
Denis Kaznacheev was released on bail: A Strange Kind of Justice07/26/2020 - 11:00 PM
This case shows that the power of public opinion combined with an attorney's diligence and experience can build a durable case for positive results.
Mr. Kaznacheev is entitled to the presumption of innocence and the full protection of rights afforded any individual who is criminally prosecuted in the United States. Our paramount goal for Mr. Kaznacheev is to secure his rights with respect to the defense of this matter, and of course, working to secure his freedom.
Denys Iarmak hires Sharova Law Firm for representation in Seattle court06/30/2020 - 9:51 PM
Denys Iarmak retained the Sharova Law Firm to represent him with his criminal case in Federal Court in Seattle, Washington.
On November 30, 2019, Mr. Iarmak, a Ukrainian national, was arrested in Thailand as a result of a United States Federal Criminal Complaint dated November 20, 2019. On December 13, 2019, he was officially charged by the Federal Court in Seattle, Washington State with multiple crimes related to computer and hacking allegations.
NYC FAMILY LAWYERS AT WORK DURING THE COVID-19 QUARANTINE03/26/2020 - 4:44 AM
In New York state, quarantine was requested during the Coronavirus outbreak. That's why we see more stressful conduct from clients who have cases of custody and visitation, as well as cases of child support and divorce proceedings.
We want to discuss some problems that have come to our lawyers ' minds.
10 LAWYER'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ONLINE BLACKMAIL VICTIM03/22/2020 - 9:43 PM
1. Do not block the scammer
The person blackmailing you has the victim mentality, hence you can expect inconsistent behavior after blocking one. In point of fact, blocking him will only strengthen the abuser's determination to accomplish his or her goal.
2. Do not panic, try to not get outraged
You should try to accept the fact of being emotionally and mentally blackmailed. In case you feel that what is requested of you is not fair, do not take offense even if it doesn't seem right. If you learn to accept pressure in some moments, the blackmailer will retract. The scammer will test your limits but you have to stay calm...
Liquor License Attorney Certification NYC01/29/2020 - 10:49 AM
Our famous attorney, Bruce Provda, knows this business perfectly. This knowledge made him incredibly popular in New York.
As you may assume, getting a liquor license it's a tricky process.
Without the help of the attorney people usually wait for more than six months to get the desired document. What is more, it might happen that even after that period your application will be denied, and you will have to start all over again.
That is where an attorney might be helpful. Well, not just helpful, he will do all the job and most probably will save you money and time.
What factors influence the judge's decision?07/17/2019 - 4:47 PM
When judges make court decisions, what are they guided by, apart from the law? What influence do judges have by their nature, which is not related to the legal one - judicial hierarchy, organization of courts, professional subculture, interests, workload, opinion of colleagues?
Does the subjective opinion of the judge, formed as a result of the analysis of the appearance of the defendant, influence the decision of the court?
Can You Represent Someone in Court If You Aren't a Lawyer NY?07/16/2019 - 5:30 PM
In the New York State as well as throughout the USA there is a monopoly on legal activity. The only person with appropriate education, training, and the experience can represent someone in court.
In addition, not every lawyer can represent the interests of others in court. Only an attorney licensed by a state agency of one of the states is allowed to practice law in the court. To become one (get approved to practice law in court), a lawyer needs to get an education at the ABA-Approved Law School (American Bar Association), pass bar exam that is conducted in the specific legal area a lawyer wish to practice, and if this is required by state law, constantly receive advanced training.
How long do divorces take?05/30/2019 - 11:05 AM
In general, divorce is a pretty quick process, even if there are children involved or one of the spouses shows disagreement. So, the simple divorce will take up to 4-5 months. Yet, the division of property - this controversial part can last for years, especially when the goal of one spouse is to make difficult the life of another one the other. In some cases, the divorce process can last for more than five years. There will be a lot of examinations.
Top 3 Things to Avoid When You Divorce: Divorce mediation05/21/2019 - 11:43 AM
Whatever the relationship between the almost former spouses would be, no matter how much they both want freedom, but the divorce process is stressful anyway. While dreaming that everything will end as soon as possible, you can make a lot of mistakes and lose more than you could with a competent approach. In this article, we will examine in detail a few common mistakes that are made during a divorce and how to avoid them.
Property division mistakes