2 Subtle Signs Of Gender Discrimination That You Need To Know About

23 October 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're like most working women, you're probably glad that society has evolved beyond overt sexism displayed on a regular basis toward women in offices and other workplaces — however, there are times you get an uneasy feeling that you can't quite pin down. Do you often find yourself feeling depressed and discouraged because of your job but can't really put your finger on any specific reason or set of reasons? Read More 

Situations Where You Need A Lawyer When Buying A House

27 September 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you are in the process of trying to purchase a house, you can complete the entire process with only a real estate agent and a lender; however, there are times when hiring a real estate lawyer is a good idea. In fact, if you encounter any of the following situations during your home-buying process, you should consider hiring a real estate lawyer to assist you. The home inspection unveils a big issue Read More 

Four Things You Should Know About Personal Injury

26 August 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

A personal injury attorney represents an opportunity for every person to get just compensation for the injuries that they have received. Whether you are rich or poor, these lawyers are dedicated to representing your interests against insurance companies, businesses, and institutions. There are important things you should understand about these lawyers and a few things you should know about personal injury cases. The following are four of the most important things to know. Read More 

Back Child Support: What To Know

22 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When parents part ways, child support is one of those unique issues that is more bound in legal red tape than most. Many couples are perfectly free to make decisions about custody, visitation, debt divisions, and property allocations. Who pays child support, however, is strictly governed by a myriad of regulations and income calculations. Once custody has been decided, the non-custodial parent is almost always ordered to pay the other parent a sum of money based on their income. Read More 

DUIs Involving Horse, Bikes, And Broken-Down Cars

20 June 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

DUI charges cover a lot more than operating what might be traditionally thought of as vehicles. There are scenarios where people on bicycles, in broken-down cars and even on horseback can be charged with DUIs. The police have wide powers to charge folks with DUIs, but that isn't the same as being convicted of an offense. How does a DUI defense attorney approach such a case? Exercising Control of a Vehicle Read More