Legal Guide

Legal Guide (Page 97)

Common Situations That Require a Lawyer

Photo by Wesley Tingey on Unsplash There are countless reasons why one might require the legal assistance of a lawyer, and it’s important to understand when you should seek assistance from whom. The five most common scenarios requiring help in either civil or criminal law include divorce, injury lawsuits, estate planning, bankruptcy, and wrongful employment discrimination/termination. ... ❯❯❯

Estate Planning in the Digital Age

If you have an estate plan, it has all of your physical assets covered. But, do you have a plan for your non-physical assets that are stored electronically? If you’re like most people, the thought hasn’t even crossed your mind, but we must have a different approach for estate planning in the digital age. New laws are bringing this issue to light, as it is now legal to have a last will... ❯❯❯

The Foundational 7 Step Marketing Strategy for Car Accident Lawyers

Established firms, such as the Wagner and Jones Auto Accident Attorney services department in the Fresno area have their success working for them in terms of marketing. It may seem like a convenience for such firms, but their reputation did not come by sheer luck nor was it achieved overnight. While experience and success rate in personal injury cases will help further a lawyer’s career, a... ❯❯❯

Tips for Choosing the Best Accident Attorney

Choosing the best accident attorney is crucial to ensuring a more favorable outcome for your personal injury claim. Unfortunately, with so many lawyers, it can be frustrating to choose the right one. Here are a few tips you can observe to help you determine the best legal partner to represent you in your accident case. Choose an Experienced Lawyer It makes no sense to get a lawyer who does not... ❯❯❯

5 Common Questions About Veteran’s Law

If you served in the military, your country owes you a huge debt. After all the sacrifices you’ve made, you and your family deserve care and support, especially if you suffer from chronic injuries or mental health problems as a result of your military service.  The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) aims to provide all of this much-needed care and support, but the complex overwhelming... ❯❯❯

After the Automobile Accident: Navigating Mental Trauma

Physical injuries as a result of car accidents are well-known, documented and understood. Depending on the severity of the accident, it can result in everything from bruises to broken bones to even fatalities. Far less well-understood, however, is the mental side of things – the debilitating and long-lasting mental consequences of being involved in such a traumatic event. In fact, car... ❯❯❯

Top Five Things You Should Know About Estate Planning

It is all too common for people not to spend ample time deciding how they want to handle their end-of-life plans. It is not a pleasant thing to think about, but it does raise important questions that must be answered. When someone is aware of the basics of what must be decided, they are glad they are prepared for it when their time comes. Florida estate planning lawyers can help people learn... ❯❯❯

Involved in a Motorcycle Accident? Here's What You Should Do.

Survey the Scene of the Accident and Assess the Damage The moments after the accident can seem like little more than a blur. Your adrenaline is rushing, and you are trying to take in what just happened while checking yourself for any obvious signs of severe injuries. Try to make as many mental notes about the events of the accident and the accident scene itself as you can. If you are able, you... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Problems Faced By UK Immigrants

The UK has become one of the primary hubs for people in today’s world. Annually ,a lot of people move and settle in the UK to improve their lifestyle, but not all of them are as comfortable as they should be. Not only is it hard for people to get into the UK, but it is even harder for these immigrants to settle there. From communication to cultural differences, you have to deal with a lot... ❯❯❯

When can mediation help you

Mediation is an alternative to court, also known as alternative dispute resolution. The beauty of mediation is in its flexibility and informality focused on dealing with real interests and needs. What is mediation? As the mediation process unfolds, parties are able to uncover underlying issues without being aggressive as they would otherwise succumb to be in court. Instead, the positional... ❯❯❯