A DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) arrest can be a very stressful experience. The monetary costs, loss of driving privileges, and jail time all lead to a significant impact on your life. However, hiring a qualified DUI attorney can make a big difference in how the process continues forward for you. These 3 tips can help you find the best attorney to tackle your DUI case.
11 November 2020
If you've been arrested after a law enforcement search, it may not have been lawful. Law enforcement has to abide by the law when carrying out a search or your charges may be dropped. Many of those arrested never realize that the legality of the way the search was done should be examined. Read and find out more about searches that may not stand up to scrutiny. Do You Have a Warrant?
16 September 2020
You became a doctor to improve the lives of your patients and provide them with lifesaving treatments. In your zeal to treat patients with potentially deadly illnesses or injuries, you never anticipate any of them suing you. However, you would be remiss not to protect yourself from malpractice lawsuits. To ensure that you have the right insurance to protect your career, you need to evaluate all of the ways that patients could accuse you of and sue you for wrongdoing.
16 September 2020
If you have hired a personal injury lawyer to help you with a personal injury case, then you might be waiting anxiously to receive a settlement offer. When you do receive a settlement offer from the other party's insurance company, your attorney might give you a call. They might talk to you about the settlement offer over the phone, or they might encourage you to meet them at their office so that they can talk to you about the settlement offer.
12 August 2020
Do you think you are too young to come up with an estate plan? Think again, because having the proper tools in place can help ensure that you are set up for the future. Here are some questions you'll likely have about setting up your estate plan. Who Needs to Be Involved in Estate Planning? If you are single, estate planning can be done on your own with an estate planning attorney.
11 June 2020
If you are going through a divorce, you may be concerned that you may be forced to pay alimony because you earn more than your spouse. The Census Bureau found that 243,000 Americans received alimony in 2016, but not every divorce results in alimony. There are also long-term and short-term forms of spousal support. Temporary Vs. Permanent Alimony Temporary alimony, also known as "temporary spousal support," is only meant to be provided until you have finalized the divorce.
11 June 2020
When you work with an estate planning lawyer, it can be helpful to get your ducks lined up in a row as neatly as possible. Follow these four tips to make life a bit easy for both you and your estate planning attorney. Make Contact With Beneficiaries an Ongoing Thing One of the biggest drains on time for an estate planning lawyer is tracking down beneficiaries. You can preserve more of the money that will go to your estate by taking this burden off of your attorney.
8 May 2020
One of the hardest parts about co-parenting and sharing custody after a divorce is knowing if your child is safe in your former spouse's custody. While you most likely don't have to worry about this problem, what if there are some red flags that come up? These red flags don't mean that you don't like that your child gets more freedom at their other parent's house. They mean what if the parent has booked a trip to somewhere potentially dangerous and wants to bring the child along?
25 March 2020
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the plan people use for debt-elimination purposes, and including the right debts on your plan is a vital step. When you file, your lawyer will assist you in this, but here are some essential steps to help you understand how this works. The Basic Principles of Chapter 7 If you do not understand the basic principles of this branch, you should start here. Chapter 7 has two key principles to know about:
26 February 2020
If you've been the victim of a serious trucking accident, this can be a very challenging time in your life. The severity of the accident and the extent of your injuries should be considered. It may be necessary to file a lawsuit against the other driver. However, you'll want to know the absolute top ways to assist you in building the most persuasive case. 1. Gather evidence Taking the time to get all of your evidence together before contacting your attorney is a great thing to do.
23 January 2020