How To Keep A Traffic Ticket From Ruining Your Record


Almost all drivers break the law regularly. They might speed just a little over the limit, not quite come to a stop at a stop sign, or not use their turn signals 100% of the time. While most people view traffic offenses as minor, a traffic ticket can actually have long-lasting consequences. Here's how to keep one from ruining your record. Make Sure It's Not a Criminal Charge Many people who are given tickets end up just mailing in their fine to get the ticket behind them.

2 March 2016

What You Need To Know About Seeking Damages After An Auto Accident


Unfortunately, auto accidents happen daily, and when they occur, people get injured. Because of this, it's important to understand what rights you have immediately following a car accident that caused your injuries. This way, you can determine whether or not you want to speak to an auto accident attorney about filing a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver. Filing an Insurance Claim If you were injured as a result of a car wreck, you should report the incident to your car insurance company as soon as possible so that the company can begin working on your insurance claim.

19 November 2015

Are You A Medical Malpractice Victim? Know These 3 Things


When you go under the knife for surgery, your life will be in your doctor's hands. You must completely trust them to provide you the medical care that you need. Unfortunately, it is possible for a medical professional to be neglectful or incompetent when performing their job. When this happens, you can file a medical malpractice claim against the person that harmed you. Before doing so, there are 3 things you'll need to know.

17 November 2015

3 Communication Tips For Divorced Parents During The Back-To-School Season


School supplies abound and the first signs of fall are showing, and that can only mean one thing: back-to-school season. As you navigate your child's return to the daily grind, meeting new teachers and deciding between the debate team or drama club, use these three tips to keep the peace between you and your ex-spouse. 1. Keep It Civil Okay, so this applies all the time, but it's a good idea to stop and remind yourself that getting angry or making snide comments doesn't get you anywhere.

14 August 2015

3 Ways To Start Estate Planning At A Young Age


Estate planning might seem like something you do later in life, but there are actually many benefits to beginning the process at a younger age. Accidents can happen at any age, so don't assume that it is something you should leave for retirement or if you get seriously ill. Here are some things you can do now to start preparing your estate. Choose Your Power of Attorney The first thing you should do when you are planning you estate at a young age is to choose a power of attorney.

12 August 2015

3 Rules To Living Together Through A Legal Separation


Some couples who are legally separated are not financially able to live in different homes. If you and your spouse fit this category, you have to learn to live together amicably until the divorce is finalized. Here are some tips to help you and your spouse co-exist under the same roof while legally separated.  Create a Plan for Daily Interactions When your relationship is over, communicating with each other can sometimes be difficult.

7 August 2015

Tips To Prepare For A Restraining Order Hearing


As a victim of domestic violence, you have the right to take legal action to prevent future abuse. One of the first acts you should take is to obtain a restraining order. When you request the restraining order, a hearing will be scheduled for both you and the accused to appear. To increase your odds of getting your request approved by a judge, it is important you prepare for the hearing.

6 August 2015