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How to Keep Your Divorce Costs Down

Family Law Lawyer When you’re going through a divorce, there are too many stressors to count. To split from your spouse is one of the most difficult life events. To make matters worse, you are probably already stressed about your finances without your partner. How can you even contemplate a divorce? If you’re worried about…

Top Questions for a Criminal Justice Lawyer

If you find yourself in trouble with the law, you may need to turn to an attorney to represent you during a trial. There can be a lot of doubts about the federal and state laws affecting you and your case, and trying to represent yourself can be somewhat of a hassle the more complicated…

Are There Arguments That I Should Avoid Using in Traffic Court?

Criminal Lawyers If you’ve decided to fight your traffic ticket in court, make sure to have a successful argument when you ask the judge to dismiss the ticket. There are good reasons that a ticket can be dismissed. There are also bad arguments that won’t help your case. What Happens in Traffic Court? Every court…

How Long Do I Have to Bring a Wrongful Death Case After a Shooting at a Club?

Personal Injury Lawyer Club owners should never allow a shooting to occur on their premises. Guns and alcohol don’t mix. Clubs should have security measures in place to protect patrons. A negligent failure to provide security might make a club responsible when that failure contributed to a shooting death. Whether the shooting occurs inside the…

The Responsible Party in a Big Truck Accident

Personal Injury Lawyer If you were in an accident with a big truck, you might wonder who the liable party is. Perhaps it was clearly not your fault, but do you sue the truck driver him or herself, or is there someone else you are supposed to hold accountable? The answer could be complicated, but…

Estate Planning Documents You Must Update After Getting Divorced

Even if you have the best relationship with your ex after getting divorced, you still probably don’t want them to have important responsibilities related to your assets. That is why you must update your estate planning documents after getting divorced, so later on down the road you don’t risk your spouse being the person to…

Can I Use Social Media During a Divorce?

Social media offers a chronological glimpse into peoples’ lives. Monumental events such as birthdays, graduations, and births may be showcased. In times of emergencies, these sites can be full of positive wishes for users’ health and safety. Some events are worth sharing; however, others are better kept private. For example, criticizing your soon-to-be ex or…

What should I know about estate planning?

What should I know about estate planning? Are you preparing to plan your estate? In advance of meeting with an estate planning lawyer, it may be helpful to have a general understanding of some of your options. After a review of your goals and current assets, an estate planning lawyer, like an estate planning lawyer…

What Happens If You Are Arrested for Domestic Violence?

If you have been accused of committing an act of domestic violence you need to take that accusation extremely seriously, even if you are innocent. In an effort to cut down on acts of spousal and child abuse, all states now take all allegations of domestic abuse extremely seriously. For example, did you know that…

Who Can Bring Forth a Wrongful Death Case After a Shooting at a Restaurant?

Personal Injury Lawyer The person who pulls the trigger is not necessarily the only person who can be held responsible for a shooting death. When the shooting takes place inside a restaurant, the restaurant owner might be liable for failing to provide adequate security. If the shooting occurs in a restaurant parking lot, the property…