Moving Out of State With a Child Custody Agreement

  • What You Need To Know If You Are A Non US Citizen Seeking Divorce

    24 April 2015

    Do you want to end your marriage but don't think you can because you are not a citizen of the United States? If you are hoping to become a citizen, are you aware of how a divorce might affect this? Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are a non U.S. citizen seeking divorce. You Are Entitled To a Lawyer Just because you are not a citizen of the United States, doesn't mean you can't hire your own divorce attorney.

  • Why It Is Advantageous To Hire An Estate Planning Lawyer To Create Your Will

    15 April 2015

    Are you interested in getting a will created, but are not sure who to turn to? The best bet for a will that can hold up in court, and meet your requirements you should seek out an estate planning lawyer. Such lawyers specialise in wills and asset management, which means they can handle the transfer of your assets to the parties that you want to leave them to. If you are undecided regarding whether an estate planning lawyer is the right choice for you, then read on for reasons to hire one to create a will.

  • 2 Ways A Patent Attorney Can Help With Your Patent Application

    6 April 2015

    Venturing into the realm of patents and trademarks is not a journey you want to make alone. With innumerable guidelines, deadlines, and other procedural minutiae, it is easy to feel lost in the process. Enlisting the assistance of a qualified patent attorney can really go a long ways toward not only ensuring your patent application is filed correctly, but also that any concepts that infringe on your own design are met with the strictest legal penalties.

  • Learn Some Latin And Child Custody Laws Simultaneously

    26 March 2015

    The ancient Roman legal system still has a big influence on contemporary law practice, at least as far as language is concerned. That's why you are likely to hear legal terms or phrases being bandied around in Latin. However, you don't have to be a language guru to know what these two Latin phrases mean in the context of family law: Parens Patriae According to Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary, parens patriae is a Latin phrase that literally means "

  • 4 Things You Should Know If Filing A Workers' Compensation Case

    16 March 2015

    If you have been hurt while you are at work, this can be devastating. Dealing with your injury and facing scrutiny from your employer regarding the details of the accident can simply be overwhelming. It is important to your case to know specific things that must be accomplished to receive workers' compensation in this situation. This can better prepare you for getting the money you deserve during this difficult time.

  • Avoiding Conviction: 3 Possible Defenses In Your DUI Case

    4 March 2015

    Being convicted of a DUI offense can come with serious consequences including a loss of your driving privileges, thousands of dollars in fines, and even jail time. This is why it is so important to be aware of the different defenses that can be used to help clear your name after being charged with driving under the influence. Below you will learn more about these defense strategies and how your criminal lawyer (such as one from Kaiser Law Group) may use these defenses to help you avoid a conviction.

  • Protecting Your Job When Pregnant

    23 February 2015

    If you have recently told your employer that you are pregnant, and notice a change in the way you are being treated, you may need to take steps to protect yourself if your employer decides to make up a reason to terminate your employment. It is discriminatory behavior to be judged for pregnancy, and employers are not allowed to fire you simply because they are afraid you may not return to work after the baby is born.