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  • Workplace Sexual Harassment Law: The Basics

    8 July 2022

    When you are at work, one of the last things you want to experience is workplace sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is upsetting, to begin with, but to experience it at work where you cannot just up and leave can be another type of devastating. Fortunately, there are laws in place to combat workplace sexual harassment. What Is Sexual Harassment? You may have experienced some sexual harassment at work, but you are wondering if it "

  • So, You Bought A Lemon. Now What?

    9 June 2022

    Buying a car can be a tricky process, whether you buy the vehicle from a private party or a dealership. You might have done all your research, but that does not mean that you cannot be fooled. In this case, you could have purchased a lemon without realizing it. So, what should you do if you accidentally bought a lemon? Here's what you need to know about the steps that lay ahead.

  • What Should You Do Immediately After An Auto Accident?

    11 May 2022

    If you already went to the hospital after your auto accident, you may think it's all you need to do right now. Although going to the hospital is critical for you right now, so is calling an auto accident attorney. A personal injury attorney can fight for the medical and financial benefits you need to get well. Learn what you need to do immediately after your auto accident below. What Should Do After You Receive Medical Care?

  • Probate 3 Ways

    5 April 2022

    The probate process can differ from state to state but there is more to it than that. There are three ways that probate differs, even within each state, depending on the value of the estate and the presence, or absence of a last will and testament. For a summary of how probate can be different, read on. A Will Is Presented Nearly everyone knows that a will is important. This document, when legal and certified by the probate court, dictates how the deceased wishes to leave their assets.

  • 3 Essential Ways A Motor Accident Attorney Fills Legal Gaps

    25 February 2022

    A crash can make you struggle for the rest of your life. It may leave you with no income, substantial medical bills, and other life-changing events. You may also suffer from a disability that makes it hard to make ends meet. This is why it is imperative to have the best legal representation when involved in such incidences. A motor accident attorney—like the ones at the Law Office Of Timothy M. O'Donovan—can help fill the gaps in your case.

  • 3 Facts To Help You Make An Informed Decision When Filing A Personal Injury Claim

    18 January 2022

    When you suffer losses and injuries due to the negligent actions of another person, you are entitled to compensation. For instance, you can negotiate an out-of-court settlement if the at-fault party is willing to offer you a favorable payment.  But if they are unwilling to take this route, you should file a lawsuit to compel them to pay you what you deserve. But do you know how the process works? Here are facts to help you make informed decisions before filing a personal injury claim.

  • Benefits Of Using The Arbitration Dispute Resolution Process

    8 December 2021

    Disputes are bound to arise every day due to personal and commercial interactions. Thus, people need dispute resolution avenues to aid in settling their issues. Usually, most people solve their disputes through the litigation process. This is often a contentious adversarial process where parties in a dispute hire competent attorneys to argue on their behalf. However, other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms aim to achieve amicable solutions through less contentious processes. These mechanisms include negotiation, mediation, and arbitration.

  • How to Stop the IRS from Seizing Your Property

    1 November 2021

    While the IRS prefers that they work out a deal in which you pay your taxes voluntarily, the IRS will sometimes use other methods to seize taxes. For example, the IRS might seize your property as a way to pay the tax debt. However, you might be able to prevent this from happening with the help of a real estate tax attorney. The Process by Which the IRS Seizes Property

  • A New Law May Lead To An Automatic Expunging Of Your Criminal Records

    22 September 2021

    In the past, if you wanted to have your criminal record expunged you needed to file with the help of an expungement attorney, regardless of whether you were expunging felonies or misdemeanors. However, with the various clean slate bills that have been passed in multiple states, certain crimes can now be expunged automatically. You will want to consult with an expungement attorney to determine if you qualify. The Impact of Expungement on Your Criminal Record

  • Filing For Divorce? Mediation Fundamentals

    19 August 2021

    If you're preparing to file for a divorce, you might be thinking about ways to avoid contentious litigation. One of the things that you may be thinking about is potentially attending a mediation service. Mediation is a process where you meet with a neutral third party who will help you and your soon-to-be-ex navigate the settlement process. However, it's important that you fully understand the mediation process before you make your decision.