Three Things You Need To Know About Animal Bites And The Law

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Millions of people are bitten by animals every year. Although most animal bites simply involve nips that don't even break the skin, some result in serious injury that involves loss of work and substantial medical costs. Following are three things that the average person needs to know about animal bites and the law.  Dogs Aren't the Only Culprits Animal bite lawsuits are primarily associated with dogs. After all, canines are responsible for about 4.

12 June 2017

Five Mistakes That Increase Bail Bond Expenses

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Taking out a bail bond is probably a necessity for you if you have been arrested. Almost everyone has professional and personal commitments that make it impossible for them to remain in jail for an extended period of time. While you may need a bail bond, you shouldn't assume that it's best to take the first option that's offered to you, because there are many things you can do to avoid spending too much money.

7 June 2017

Three Things You Need To Know If Your Child Is Charged With A Crime

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It's every parent's nightmare: getting that one allocated phone call from their city police department or juvenile detention facility and hearing the shaky, frightened voice of their teenager on the other end stating that they'd just been arrested. Even if your child is a star student with a healthy respect for law and order, he or she just might end up on the other end of that telephone call one day, even by virtue of simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

5 June 2017

Can Selling Your Home During an Auto Accident Lawsuit Result in Fraud Charges?

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An auto accident can impact your life in odd ways, and one of them may include possibly being charged with fraud if you sell your home after being served papers for an auto accident lawsuit. Here's more information about this particular issue and what you can do to avoid it. Risk of Fraudulent Conveyance Accusation While a personal injury lawsuit generally won't put any legal restraints on what you can do with your house while the case is ongoing, you do risk being accused of fraudulently transferring property to keep those assets out of reach of the plaintiff if you sell or give away your home in an inappropriate way.

1 June 2017

Proving Your Fall Was The Fault Of A Store's Negligence

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If you find yourself in a situation where you fall down inside of a public establishment, you are likely to be concerned about your well-being as a result of the incident. Along with injuries sustained, there is a hefty medical bill that will need to be paid if you wish to receive the proper treatment afterward. If you feel a fall is caused because of negligence on part of the business where the injured occurred, you have the option in trying to obtain compensation from the owner of the property.

27 May 2017

Tips For Fathers Going Through A Child Custody Battle

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A lot of men feel as though the courts will automatically favor the mother during a divorce, giving them the advantage during child custody issues. But that isn't always the case. There are a number of things you can do to protect your rights and increase your chances of getting custody, whether full or shared. Here are three tips for fathers to follow in order to make the transition smoother for all involved.

18 May 2017

Divorce Mediation: Fact And Fiction

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If you are getting a divorce, odds are pretty high you are not going to agree on everything – if you do, you probably wouldn't be getting divorced. While you will probably hire an attorney to help with the legalities once you have everything settled, you may want to consider using a mediator to get there. Divorce mediation has had a lot of misinformation spread about it. To help you better understand why you should go with a mediator, here are some of the myths and the facts about the practice.

18 May 2017

Preparing To Meet A Bankruptcy Lawyer

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Bankruptcy is a decision that is going to affect your life and the life of your family for a very long time. During this time, it is very wise to seek the council of a bankruptcy attorney. A bankruptcy attorney is going to be able to shed a lot of light on the problem that you are facing. However, meeting with a lawyer can be intimidating at times, and so you may forget what you want to ask them.

15 May 2017

Hire An Experienced DUI Attorney To Represent You When You Face A DUI Charge

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When you're pulled over by an officer for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), the worst thing that you may be forced to do is have a quite possible lengthy but detailed conversation with the officer. Bear in mind though that anything you say during the conversation will go toward building a case against you for a DUI charge. You do have the right to remain silent. Just exercise caution and calmly do not answer too many questions.

11 May 2017

How Do Marital Separation And Inheritance Combine?

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If you are wondering about the implications of marital separation on the will, either for the hypothetical or imminent effects, read on to find out how separation can affect some of your spouses' rights to your assets. Physical Separations The first type of separation is a simple physical separation, meaning you live in different places. In this type of separation agreement, the spouse is still legally considered your partner; they inherit property just like any other spouse.

9 May 2017