5 Tips When Meeting With Your Criminal Defense Lawyer

2 March 2017
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If you are under investigation or have been arrested for a crime, the first thing you need to do is get a lawyer. A lawyer is your ally in proving your innocence or reducing your punishment. Check out these five tips you must remember when meeting with a criminal defense lawyer. Bring All the Facts Prior to heading to your lawyer's office, make sure you've gathered everything you need regarding the crime and the arrest. Read More 

Understanding the Facts About Statutes of Limitation & Personal Injuries

21 December 2016
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If you have been injured in an accident and feel that someone else is to blame for the incident, then you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries. This may mean that you need to sue an individual for the money, and a personal injury attorney can help with this. However, you should know that you have a finite amount of time that you can seek out money for the injury. Read More 

Supporting Education Beyond the Grave: Setting Up a Scholarship to Reflect Your Legacy

2 June 2016
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If you have some assets set aside and are planning your estate with an attorney, you don't have to think only about what do with your investments and inheritors, but also what causes you might want to support after you die. Not all of your assets have to be inherited by family members. If you want to make a positive, lasting contribution after you pass away, consider setting up a scholarship to help fund the education of young minds in an area that means a lot to you. Read More 

Will Your Holiday Decorations Place You At Risk Of Injury?

16 December 2015
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Each year, Americans spend approximately $6 billion dollars or more in holiday decorations. These costs include trees, wreaths, garlands, lights, and inflatable creatures of every imaginable description, as well as many other things. While most people are aware of the fire dangers a live tree may present, most never stop to consider the dangers that many of these other holiday decorations may cause. Unfortunately, holiday decorations can put you and your family at risk of injury in more ways than you can probably imagine. Read More 

The Rise Of Technology: How Virtual Infidelity Affects Divorce

1 September 2015
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With the latest Ashley Madison hack scandal having just surfaced broadcasting the personal information and identity of 37 million members, many couples may begin to wonder whether virtual infidelity has an impact on divorce proceedings. More and more Americans rely on the internet to connect anonymously with others, and at times, this connection can lead to virtual infidelity in the form of cybersex, nude photos or even emotional infidelity. However, if there is no physical harm, does that automatically mean that there was no foul? Read More