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2 Ways That A Divorce Lawyer Can Assist You

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

Deciding that it is time to get a divorce can be a tough decision, but sometimes it is unavoidable. One of the most important things that you can do when filing for a divorce is to hire an experienced divorce lawyer. Two ways that a divorce lawyer can assist you are through mediation and enforcement.   1. Mediation Mediation is typically going to be the preferred approach for most divorce lawyers, especially if you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse are on civil terms. Throughout the mediation process the lawyers involved will attempt to get...

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Two Common Questions About Disputes With Condominium Associations

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

Many people want to own their own place, but they may want to avoid the intense maintenance that accompanies owning a home. Luckily, condominiums offer individuals the chance to own a place of their own without having to perform this type of work. The condominium association is required by law to take care of any maintenance problem that occurs to the building housing your unit. Unfortunately, these associations have immense powers, and if you are involved with a dispute with one, you may have a couple of important questions.  What...

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Did A Driver Wreck Your Vehicle And Hurt You? Find Out How A Lawyer Can Help

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

Were you in a car accident that left you with a serious injury? You need the assistance of a lawyer to help you get compensated for your injuries and wrecked vehicle. In this article, you will find out how a lawyer can help you get compensated, and how much it will cost to hire one. How Can a Lawyer Help with Compensation After an Accident? A lawyer can help you get compensation by first finding out if the other driver had insurance when the accident occurred. If he or she is covered by auto insurance, your lawyer will go after the insurance...

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Three Important Things You Should Know About A DUI Plea Bargain

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

There are many different reasons that a prosecutor may want to offer you a deal in your DUI case. Known commonly as a plea bargain, prosecuting attorneys will give you a concession (something that benefits you) if you’re willing to plead a certain way to the offense. While the process can be tricky, working through a plea bargain may be your best chance to get charges reduced or even some taken away completely. Continue reading to learn more about three important things you should know regarding plea bargains– and how they might...

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2 Facts You Should Know After Being Injured In A Machinery Accident

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Working with heavy machinery can be dangerous. However, workers all over the country choose to take this risk everyday with the promise that their employer will provide them with benefits if they should ever be injured on the job. Unfortunately, this promise is not always kept and some injured workers find themselves without the benefits they need to support themselves and their families while out of work. In these situations, the services of a personal injury lawyer that specializes in machinery accidents can prove extremely helpful. If you...

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How To Prepare For A Meeting With A Personal Injury Lawyer

Posted by on Oct 10, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

If you’ve recently found yourself involved in a serious accident that has left you with injuries, you’re likely scared and very upset. It can be traumatizing having to go through this type of experience alone. It’s recommended that you hire a personal injury lawyer so that you have an experienced person on your side to help you be less stressed and upset. Take a look at the following information to better understand how to prepare for a meeting with your personal injury lawyer.  Review Your Story in Your Head It’s...

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Facing A Child Custody Battle? 3 Things You Should Know About A Child Custody Evaluation

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

When parents divorce, they often have an idea or expectation of how custody of the children will be handled. However, it does not go as planned and the court has to intervene. If you can’t work out an agreement with your spouse, but you don’t want to drag the issue to court, you can consider a child custody evaluation. Here are some things you should know about the evaluation: How Is An Evaluator Chosen? An evaluator may be assigned by the judge, or you may be able to choose from several evaluators offered by the court. You and...

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International Travel With A Criminal Record– 3 Things You Need To Know Before Leaving Canada

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

If you are a Canadian with a criminal record, you need to be aware of the restrictions you may face if you want to travel internationally. It can sometimes be risky to travel to other countries if you have been charged with a serious crime. Here are some things you need to know about international travel with a Canadian criminal record: Will You Be Able To Travel To The United States With Your Criminal Record? Your ability to travel internationally with a criminal record solely depends on the country you intend to travel to. The United...

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Why You Need A Divorce Lawyer To Settle Your Partnership Dissolution

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

When you’re ending a relationship that qualifies as a Common law marriage, or one that recognizes two individuals in a civil union despite being legally wed, there are reasons you should consult a lawyer when beginning the dissolution process. Ending a partnership that qualifies as a marriage can be emotionally and financially destabilizing. So in order to protect your assets and interests properly, you need a divorce attorney to help with the key issues that arise in the process of dissolution. Entitlements You are entitled to...

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Fighting A Criminal Charge When You’re Innocent

Posted by on Oct 3, 2014 in Blog, Law | 0 comments

When you’ve been accused of a crime that you didn’t commit, it’s important to act calmly and logically in order to have the best chance of reducing the impact. Here are the steps you should follow after receiving a criminal charge. Hire a Criminal Lawyer Before you do anything else, find a good criminal lawyer, such as form Connolly & Associates, to represent your case. The lawyer can advise you on how to interact with law enforcement and what steps you can take to get your charges reduced or acquitted. Although you...

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