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3 Reasons why you should hire the Right Lawyer during a Divorce

People get married with the hope of living happily ever after. But the reality is different. Due to various unforeseen reasons, there comes a time when a divorce becomes necessary. As you probably know, going through a divorce is never an exciting experience. Therefore, when such a time comes, it is good to ensure that the process works in your favor. This will ensure that the undesirable... ❯❯❯

7 Risks To Avoid When Claiming A Personal Injury Compensation

When you decide to pursue personal injury compensation, the case will likely involve many complexities. These will include proving the extent of your injuries and other damages, having sufficient evidence to show you deserve compensation, and many other aspects. However, in their haste to complete their lawsuit as quickly as possible and gain the compensation they are seeking, many victims make... ❯❯❯

3 Reasons You Will Need a Drunken Driving Attorney

Driving under the influence of alcohol is not only illegal but also unsafe for the driver and pedestrians. If you’re caught, you would face legal penalties, jail time, and humility. Therefore, the best solution to the problem is not driving when you have consumed any alcoholic beverage. Even if you are returning home after a party, let a sober person drive and not you. The justice system... ❯❯❯

What to Do After an Auto Accident: 5 Top Tips

If you have been involved in an auto accident, there are various things that you can do to not only protect your health and wellbeing, but help strengthen your case and entitle you to the compensation you deserve. In the aftermath, it can be hard to remember which steps to take, so here are five top tips that you should memorize now so that you are aware of what to do should the worst happen. ... ❯❯❯

US Immigration Law 101: What Immigrants Need to Know

Whether you’re interested in immigrating to the US or you already work here (and want to learn more about immigration law), our guide covers everything you need to know about US immigration law in 2020. Over 44 million people are living in the US who were born in a foreign country. Understanding the nuances behind the US immigration system, and specifically how the law plays into those... ❯❯❯

How Much Does a Hardship License Cost?

If you have lost your driver’s license due to an OUI conviction or some sort of alternate disposition or plea deal in the Massachusetts courts, then you may already be aware of the fact that there is an option known as a Hardship License, colloquially referred to as a “Cinderella License” because it expires after a certain time each day. There are many specific requirements... ❯❯❯

What Can I Do If My Loved One Is Being Abused In A Nursing Home?

The first thing to do immediately is to notify management of the incident or pattern of behaviors, or whatever has caused you to suspect that there are abuse and neglect occurring in the facility. However, if the harm will have an imminent effect or has been going on for so long individuals are in immediate need, then call law enforcement officials. It is also recommended to inform your local... ❯❯❯

What Happens at a Juvenile Arraignment?

The arraignment is the hearing during which the juvenile is formally charged. The court asks the juvenile is they plead guilty or not guilty to the charges against them. It is very different from the way adults are tried in court cases. Minors do not have the same constitutional rights as adults. It’s important to know that some rights that juveniles have were decided by the U.S. Supreme... ❯❯❯

What Happens If I Plead Not Guilty To A DUI?

After you’ve been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) you will appear for your hearing in front of a judge for you to state how you will plead to the crime. If you settle for a plea deal or a plea bargain, then you will end up facing most of the same consequences if you had fought the charge, except that you would have spent less time and money on finally being handed a... ❯❯❯

What Should I do When I've Been Wrongfully Terminated?

In addition to the obvious financial loss that a person experiences after getting fired, job loss can cause a person to be depressed and stressed at the prospect of looking for another place to work. If you have lost your job, you might be considering suing your ex-employer. Texas is an at-will state, which means you can quit your job at any time for any reason and your employer can fire you at... ❯❯❯