Is Your College-Aged Daughter Facing Burglary Charges? 3 Tips To Help Her Handle Her Case


Few things are worse than finding out that your daughter is charged with a crime. After all, you know that the impact of a criminal conviction on her record could affect her ability to find gainful employment after her college graduation. While you may not be able to undo the past, you can use these tips to help her handle the burglary charges and prepare for a brighter future. Find Out the Details

27 April 2018

Divorcing? You Need These People


When you realize that nothing will save your marriage, you may approach divorce reluctantly. However, if you want to both protect yourself and your finances without feeling worse, you should have the following people in your life. 1-A Lawyer While many people contact a lawyer immediately upon deciding they want to get a divorce, some don't. They imagine that their relationship isn't so bad that they can't work things out amicably or imagine the cost is too high to use a professional.

7 April 2018

Dog Bites: Is the Owner Always Liable?


For dog owners, issues with dog bites and the aftermath should always be at the forefront. If your dog bites and injures someone, it is easy to assume that the dog is automatically at fault and the owner liable. That is not always the case, however. There are some times in which the dog can be deemed the innocent party. The following are some examples in which dog owners can be exempt from bite liability:

23 August 2017

Should You and Your Spouse Use an AB Trust?


Depending on the size of your estate, your family and the executor might have to deal with federal estate taxes. To avoid estate taxes, you can choose to establish an AB trust. Whether or not the trust is the right move for you depends on various factors. If you are considering an AB trust to avoid estate taxes, here is what you need to know.  What Is an AB Trust?

7 October 2016

Body Language Tips to Help You During a Criminal Trial


Being tried on criminal charges can be one of the most stressful events of your life. It's very important that you prepare yourself ahead of time so that your body language and words aren't misconstrued by the jury or judge. The following tips can help you put your best foot forward when you enter the court room. Tip #1: Understand eye contact It can be a bit disconcerting to have the jury and judge staring at you throughout the proceedings.

19 August 2016

Limited Liability Corporations: A Basic Primer


If you plan on starting a business, one of the ways in which your business can become incorporated is to start a Limited Liability Corporation, or LLC. An LLC basically means that all losses and profits are passed on directly to the owner of the LLC, who in turn will pay personal tax on all profits. You might be wondering about some of the more specific ins and outs of an LLC.

17 August 2016

Division of Property: Step-by-Step Instructions on Getting a Fair Settlement


Once you and your spouse decide to divorce, one of the first priorities will be to divide your property. Most states are community property states, meaning that both people are owners of all marital property, despite who actually paid for it. The following are some tips to help you divide your property as fairly and evenly as possible. Draw Up a Detailed List One of the first things to do when dividing property is to make a very detailed and comprehensive list of everything you own together.

12 August 2016