2 Reasons To Hire An Estate Planning Attorney

19 February 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Working with an estate planning attorney can be one of the best ways to ensure that your family and loved ones are well taken care of after you have passed away. Here are two reasons to hire an estate planning attorney. They Can Help Minimize The Impact Of Inheritance Disputes One of the most important reasons to hire an estate planning attorney is that they can help minimize the impact of inheritance disputes once you are gone. Read More 

4 Things You May Not Know About Perjury

23 January 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Perjury refers to the act of lying under oath, and it is a serious crime. Just like other criminal charges, perjury can be defended, and here are some of the potential defenses that you and your criminal and personal injury attorney may use: It Doesn't Have To Affect the Outcome A common misconception is that you can only be prosecuted for perjury if it affects the outcome of the case. The reality, however, is that you can be convicted of the crime even if it doesn't affect the outcome; what matters is that it has the potential to affect the outcome. Read More 

Three Reasons You Should Refinance Your Home After A Divorce

17 December 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

The divorce process is one that is extremely emotional, which can leave one feeling drained when it's over. However, even though it has technically been resolved, there is now the matter of taking care of the division of all marital property, which includes the family home. In this situation, the best option is to refinance. Here are three reasons why: It's Better for Your Credit Score: Even if you aren't the one staying in the family home because your ex is buying you out of it, you are still going to be affected financially by the mortgage. Read More 

4 Cases In Which Your Child May Not Face Formal Criminal Charges After Getting Arrested

24 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

The juvenile criminal justice system is slightly different from that of the adult criminal justice system. For children, the emphasis is more on rehabilitation than punishment. This is why, in some cases, a child may not even face formal criminal charges after getting arrested. Here are four examples of such cases: The Child Is Very Young In most cases, courts rarely try juvenile offenders who are extremely young. For example, if your child is six-years-old, the issue is likely to be dealt with outside the official channels. Read More 

Who Is Liable If A Building Collapses And Causes You Injury?

24 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are hurt by a collapsed building that is still under construction, do you blame the contractor or owner of the building? The truth is that such injuries can be caused by many people so you shouldn't automatically assume that one party or the other is responsible for it. Here are four examples of people who may be liable for such an injury, depending on the circumstances: The Property Owner Read More