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Did You Walk Out Of A Friend's House With Something On Accident?

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Visiting friends is usually a fun and exciting experience, but can turn sour if they start accusing you of theft. If you walked away with something that belonged to them by complete accident, you don’t deserve to get in any legal trouble. Thankfully, defending yourself in this type of case is possible. Walking Away With An Item May Be Prosecuted For Burglary If you have ever gone to a friend’s house and accidentally walked away with something you didn’t mean to take, you aren’t alone. Read More»

Factors To Consider When Seeking A Business Partner

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Owning and operating a business is an expensive venture. As a result, people will often seek out a partner to help share their work and financial load. Onboarding a new business partner is a serious step and not one you should take without some level of precaution. Learn some of the factors you should consider before agreeing to a new partner. Financial Situation Whether you plan to set up the agreement with your partner as a 5050 ownership or you will own more of the company than the partner, it’s important that you have some knowledge of their financial situation. Read More»

Can You Prove It? Medical Records And Your Personal Injury Case

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Most people have no idea how important their medical records are when they get injured in a car wreck. To pursue the at-fault driver you must use everything at your disposal, and your records are an amazingly important component of proof. Trying to get adequate compensation without them will lead to a disappointing result, so read on to learn about the role medical records play in the amount of your compensation and how to obtain them. Read More»

Keep Safe From Black Ice This Winter

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Black ice is a major threat throughout the winter in certain parts of the country. Black ice is hard to spot and can quickly cause loss of control of your car, which makes it one of the most dangerous problems that drivers face when temperatures go down. As a driver, its important to take action to keep yourself as safe as possible. The following tips can help protect you from black ice and personal catastrophe this winter. Read More»

Have Evidence Of Your Spouse Cheating? What To Do Before You Tell Them You Want A Divorce

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If you know that your spouse is cheating on you and you want to get a divorce, you want to meet with a lawyer before you take action. You may want to get evidence before you spring the divorce paperwork on your spouse, and you may need to know what you are at a risk of losing. Here are a few things that you should already have with you when you go to meet with your attorney to talk about the divorce, and you need to make sure the attorney isn’t someone who your spouse is close with or also uses. Read More»

Lead In Your Child's School: Is It A Concern And Do You Need An Environmental Law Attorney?

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Lead contamination is worrisome for any parent. Although exposure to lead in the environment has been reduced thanks to the introduction of unleaded gasoline and removal of lead from paint, old lead pipes are still a big concern. As many U.S. schools age, the pipes become a potential danger. Why should parents be worried about lead exposure? Younger children are at the most risk of health issues from lead exposure. But even children of elementary school age and older can be impacted by lead poisoning, as it causes behavioral issues, learning delays and problems with attention span. Read More»

Learning More About How To Handle A Holographic Will

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When someone dies and the only will that person left behind is one that is handwritten without witnesses, you may wonder whether or not it is a legal binding document. A handwritten will without witnesses is called a holographic will and is legal in several states. Find out more about the steps you will need to take about a deceased loved one’s estate when that person only left behind a holographic will. Read More»

3 Financial Tips to Keep in Mind for Your Upcoming Divorce

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It’s no secret that divorce can be expensive. In most circumstances, you’ll want to hire the services of a divorce attorney, and you can expect that you’ll likely have to share some of your assets with your soon-to-be-former spouse. If there are children involved, things can become even more complicated due to child support payments. If you want to get through your divorce with your financial future intact, keep these things in mind. Read More»

What To Do When You Have Been Charged With Drug Possession

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When you are stopped while walking around town or driving and an officer of the law charges you or accuses you of drug possession, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to handle the situation and avoid serious legal consequences. Before you begin to panic, get to know some of the steps that you can take to protect yourself. If They Haven’t Searched Your Home Or Vehicle Already, Do Not Consent Without A Warrant Read More»

Options For Avoiding Challenges To A Will

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Your estate’s executor is responsible for carrying out the wishes that are stated in your will. Unfortunately, some family members might not agree with those wishes and challenge the will. If you believe that there might be challenges to the will, there are some legal actions you can take now to avoid this.  Include a No-Contest Clause A no-contest clause is used to discourage relatives from challenging your will. With the clause, anyone who challenges the will in court and loses, will be cut from receiving any inheritance. Read More»