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5 Tips to Help You Survive a Divorce In California

5 Tips to Help You Survive a Divorce In CaliforniaPhoto Credit: Siora Photography (Unsplash) Relationships are difficult on their own, and ending them can be even more burdensome. This is never more true than in the case of a marriage, especially when there are children involved. Life throws us so many challenges, whether it be health problems, differences of opinion, or family politics, and all of these can put immense pressure on a relationshi... ❯❯❯

DUI or DWI Punishments and Penalties

People who are charged with driving while intoxicated or under the influence may have to face certain consequences depending on the state. Even though it’s clearly established that nobody should drive while they’re under the influence, some people are ignoring that and still take the risk. Therefore, punishments apply and if the person is found guilty, they will be penalized.  So, before you get... ❯❯❯

How to buy a house in the USA if you are not a US citizen

We all want to live a lavish life with a big house in the USA. But, is it so hard to get a dream come true? If you are an immigrant and you have moved your life to the US, there are a few things you may want to know before you turn over a new leaf. It’s a little bit harder to buy a house if you’re not a US citizen. This can be a result of structural discrimination against immigrants. Also, for... ❯❯❯

5 Things Business Owners Need to Know About Filing Trademarks

When starting a new business or growing an existing one, deciding on an image for that business is an important step. Part of this process involves choosing a name and a logo, and one or both of these will eventually become the business’s trademarks. As a business owner, here are five things you should know about filing a trademark. 1. What Is a Trademark? Legally speaking, a trademark is a... ❯❯❯

Five Things a Lawyer Wants You to Keep in Mind After the Death of a Loved One

Five Things a Lawyer Wants You to Keep in Mind After the Death of a Loved OneNo matter why your loved one has passed away, it can cause a lot of stress. It's stressful if you're in the middle of a proceeding, like waiting for a 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund ruling, it’s stressful if there is a ton of belongings to go through, and it’s stressful if you’re stuck trying to hunt down important information, like a life insurance policy or account passwords. Of course, all that... ❯❯❯

How to Proactively Plan for the Future

How to Proactively Plan for the FutureIf this year has highlighted one thing on an individual level, it’s that many people don’t have the foresight to plan ahead. The old adage of saving for a rainy day and other phrases I could casually throw around doesn’t quite hit the nail on the head when it comes to thinking about your future, especially in terms of planning for your family or simply getting a better understanding of your tax... ❯❯❯

How Can Family Solicitors Help You Secure a Child Arrangement Order

How Can Family Solicitors Help You Secure a Child Arrangement OrderWhen parents no longer wish to be tied to one another, the law protects the child of that marriage through rules that serve his best interest. Instead of determining which parent the child deserves to stay with, these rules help set an arrangement that would allow the latter to spend ample time with both parents. Since children often suffer the most when parents separate, these rules aim to... ❯❯❯

What You Need to Know Before Filing For Bankruptcy in Dallas, Texas

There is a chance that you’re brimmed in anxiety when contemplating filing for bankruptcy. Having challenges with debt can be a stressful period in one’s life. Creditors will be on your case and a simple mistake could make you lose your assets. That is why you should be getting in touch with an experienced bankruptcy attorney for a smooth process. The process itself is complex and confusing and... ❯❯❯

Plaintiff Etiquette – What to NOT Say in Court

If you’re a lawyer, you already know what your clients should never say in court. But what about those lawyers who are not aware of them or simply don’t communicate them to their clients? Lawyers may tap the hands of their clients when they’re about to say something bad, but they can’t do so while they’re on the stand, for example. Moreover, clients sometimes can’t be stopped unless you cover... ❯❯❯

Law Career – What Makes Estate Litigation an Interesting Practice

For most people, the law overall is boring. But, for some attorneys, estate litigation is one thing they can’t stand or see themselves doing. However, given that estate litigation attorneys are still a thing, we can assume that the practice is interesting enough for people to want to become this type of attorney. If you’re a law student or plan to go to law school and want to find out more... ❯❯❯

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