Moving Out of State With a Child Custody Agreement

  • 3 Things to Know About a Hardship License

    13 July 2016

    If you have been pulled over for a DUI, this can have devastating effects. For example, you can lose your driver's license. You can also be subject to paying high fees as well as having to attend mandatory driving classes before being able to receive your driver's license again. This can lead to your having problems with getting to work, driving the kids to school, and more. For this reason, you may want to know these three things about a hardship license, especially if you may be eligible for one.

  • A Guide To Helping Your Employees Prevent Office Injuries

    28 June 2016

    You may not realize it until it happens, but your employees can get injured from the comfort of their cozy office. As an employer, you must pay for the insurance necessary to compensate any injuries your employees suffer while working for you. For this reason, being aware of ways your employees can reduce their risk of office injuries is in your best interest. Here's everything you need to tell your employees about reducing their risk of injury in the office.

  • Three Things Your DUI Attorney Might Advise You To Do Before You Appear In Court

    22 May 2016

    If you were recently arrested and charged with a DUI, be sure to secure a lawyer right away, especially if this is your first offense. Your lawyer can advise you of what may happen in court and how you can contribute to receiving a lighter or lesser sentence for your actions. Here are some things your attorney may advise you to do or help you do so that the judge may look favorably and/or mercifully upon you.

  • Is Someone Trying To Charge You With Assault After A Fight? What To Know

    20 May 2016

    Did you get in a physical altercation while you were out in public, and now the person wants to press assault charges against you, but they were just as physical as you were? You need to get a criminal lawyer to fight the charges to see if you can't get the charges dropped permanently. There is a lot of information that is needed before your lawyer starts to compile the case, and here is what you'll want to have when you go for your first meeting.

  • 3 Reasons To Hire A Lawyer When Filing For Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    20 May 2016

    Are you considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy to settle your debts? You might want to hire a lawyer so he or she can assist with the filing process and make sure that you get desirable results. You must keep in mind that Chapter 13 bankruptcy must be approved by a judge, so it is good to have a lawyer around to assist with correctly filing paperwork. Take a look at this article to gain more insight about filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy with a lawyers help.

  • 3 Tips For Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

    4 May 2016

    According to AARP, approximately 2.5 million grandparents are raising their grandchildren. Taking on the responsibility for young children can be particularly challenging for both you and the children. If you are planning to raise your grandchildren, here are some tips to ensure you have all the bases covered.  Obtain Legal Guardianship Even though your grandchildren's parents might be out of the picture only temporarily, you need to be able to make decisions for your grandchildren's health, education, and other matters.

  • Planning Your Estate When You Have A Special Needs Child

    13 April 2016

    If you have a child with special needs, it's important to prepare for their future as an adult. When you want to ensure that your special needs child is taken care of when you are no longer around, you can make estate plans to provide for your child when you are gone. Most parents of children with a disability set up a special needs trust, which is funded upon your death and the money is used to provide supplemental support to take care of your child.

  • Three Essential Things To Have In Mind If You Want To Stop A No-Fault Divorce

    29 March 2016

    Stopping a divorce depends on the type of divorce you filed in the first place. You may stop a fault divorce by successfully defending the accusations your spouse made, although it isn't usually easy. For a no-fault divorce, the person who made the application has to file a motion for dismissal. Here are three things you should have in mind if you wish to stop a no-fault divorce: You May Need Your Spouse's Consent

  • 3 Instances Where Restraining Orders Are Used

    9 March 2016

    Restraining orders are often used to protect an individual who might be in danger of harm to their person or their property. There are a number of different instances where one of these orders is often used. To help you better understand some of them, three are outlined below. Domestic violence cases. While domestic violence cases often involve family members, there is a chance it could involve a neighbor or friend as well.

  • Maryland Personal Injury Lawsuits

    25 January 2016

    Personal injury lawsuits can be an excellent tool in your fight to secure the compensation that you deserve. Unfortunately, there are a lot of laws out there on this specific subject, and some of them will help you and some of them will hurt you. If you are planning on filing this type of lawsuit, then it's crucial that you are familiar with these laws, since they can determine whether your case succeeds or fails.