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Can Divorce Lawyers Help Protect Your Family?

Lawyers in the west have a pretty horrible reputation, by and large, the subject of ridicule and endless jokes about how worthless an attorney is. While accident attorneys are typically considered rootless ambulance chasers, it’s actually family divorce attorneys who get the most flack. Colloquially speaking, your average divorce lawyers are considered the worst because they’re seen... ❯❯❯

How to Know if You're Eligible for Expungement

Having a criminal record can be quite inconveniencing with its limitations, restrictions and stigma. Sometimes it can be the only thing stopping you from holding a particular position in terms of your job or even living in some areas. The worst part is that a criminal conviction can damage your reputation since it stays in your record even long after you have fulfilled your sentencing and became a... ❯❯❯

5 Jobs For People Committed to Social Justice And Helping Others

If you are someone who really cares about other people and wants to promote the good that you see in the world, you should look at a job that allows you to help people every day. And although it can be difficult to find a job that allows you to really help make a difference in other people’s lives, there are jobs out there that allow you to do that. 1. Social Worker If you want to make a... ❯❯❯

Coronavirus and immigration: a Government re-think?

The outbreak and on-going battle against the coronavirus has dominated politics. Yet, in the midst of the intense debate over the recent lockdown-easing proposals, the emergence of a new Immigration Bill has prompted debate about the benefits that immigration has brought to the UK. As immigration law firm from the Uk, we think that it's super important to re-think about immigration and the... ❯❯❯

What Does A Subrogation Attorney Do?

Although the work that most attorneys do on a daily basis can be complicated and difficult to understand, the work that subrogation attorneys perform can involve even more complex pieces of law. So what work involves a subrogation attorney? Essentially, subrogation is defined as being able to “substitute in one thing for another thing.” This means that, in terms of an accident,... ❯❯❯

How Do You Choose the Best Personal Injury Lawyer?

When you’re searching for an attorney who specializes in car accidents, it’s a big and often overwhelming decision to make. You may be feeling emotional stress already because of the accident, which could have left you or a loved one injured. You may already be seeing the medical bills come in, and you want to find the right lawyer for your situation, but there are undoubtedly a lot... ❯❯❯

Injured in an Accident? Here Are a Few Steps to Take a Legal Action

Image Source Do you know what would happen in an hour, tomorrow, or after two years? No matter how much you plan things, life is unpredictable. At times, destiny has written something else for us that is beyond our imagination. You might be driving safely, enjoying music, but what if another car collides into yours? Accidents happen and often result in severe injuries. Unfortunately, you cannot... ❯❯❯

What should I expect from my bankruptcy lawyer?

When you decide to file for bankruptcy, you will want to hire a bankruptcy lawyer. A bankruptcy attorney will ask you many questions and advise you on what type of bankruptcy to file. They will help you get your paperwork in order and assist you in filing the bankruptcy with the courts. An Attorney Should Tell You What Chapter to File There are two different types of bankruptcies for... ❯❯❯

Things You Must Do Before You File For Divorce

No matter how you look at it, divorce is hard. In the best-case scenario, you and your partner have talked through your decision to separate seemingly a million times. The marriage is now officially called off, but what is the next step? There is more to filing for divorce than presenting your complaint to the court. Here are a few things you should do before you file for divorce. Be Certain... ❯❯❯

Essentials of Workers’ Compensation

Unless you work for yourself or for a very small company, chances are good that you’re covered under your employer’s workers’ comp policy while you’re working. That means that if you’re injured at work, your medical bills and wages should be covered under the policy. But coverage doesn’t mean that you’re guaranteed to make a full recovery and to get the... ❯❯❯