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Facing A DUI? Consider Seeking Alcohol Treatment

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If you are facing a driving under the influence charge, you might be wondering what steps you should take next. First and foremost, you should hire an attorney to provide you with advice and guidance and to stand in front of the judge with you when you go to court. Another thing that you should consider is seeking alcohol treatment, such as addiction counseling, outpatient rehabilitation or even inpatient rehab. Take Steps Toward Getting Better Read More»

Questions Kids May Have In A Custody Dispute

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When a couple has children, they never envision putting themselves or the kids through the wringer of a child custody dispute. However, the ugly truth is that sometimes it can’t be helped, and couples find out that they cannot live together or get along. If you find yourself in the midst of a child custody dispute, one of the many challenges you’re likely to face is how to deal with your kids’ curiosity about the dispute. Read More»

3 Things To Keep In Mind If You File A Lawsuit Over A Car Accident

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There are few events more traumatic to go through than a car accident. The experience is made even worse whenever you feel someone else is responsible for the accident. In many cases, car accident victims find it necessary to take the other driver(s) to court. Here are three things to keep in mind if you file a lawsuit over a car accident. 1. You need credible witnesses. After a car accident, you may not be too concerned with seeing if there are any witnesses. Read More»

3 Benefits Of Creating Your Child Custody Agreement Outside The Courtroom

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For decades, horror stories have gone around about legal battles over child custody in the courtroom. It doesn’t matter if you are wealthy or not – child custody battles can be a major source of frustration for anyone. There are now a lot of former couples who skip the court battle and come up with their own child custody agreement. Here are three benefits of doing just that. 1. The outcome is decided by both of you instead of a judge. Read More»

Who Is Responsible For Your Injuries -- The Employee Who Actually Injured You Or The Employer?

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If a company employee makes a mistake that ends up harming somebody else, who is ultimately responsible – the employee or the company? Most of the time, the law hold each individual accountable for his or her own actions. An exception exists, however, that often makes employers responsible for the negligent actions of their employees under the legal theory of respondeat superior. What is this and why is it important if you’ve been injured by somebody else’s actions while they were on company time? Read More»