What To Expect At Your Bail Hearing

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Getting arrested for a crime is never an ideal situation, no matter how light the charges happen to be. If your crime was not a significant one, you may be granted bail so that you can bond out of jail until it is time for your case to go to trial. When you bond out of jail, you will need to attend a bail hearing. The following are some things that you can expect while you attend your bail hearing:

16 December 2017

Time To End The Marriage? What To Do When The Divorce Turns Acrimonious

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If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, and it's become acrimonious, you may feel like throwing in the towel. That's the worst thing you can do. Your spouse may be hoping that becoming bitter, and behaving harshly, may give them the upper hand. If your divorce has gone from amicable to acrimonious, there are some things you can do to keep the ball in your court. Start Keeping a Journal

20 November 2017

Things You Should Do When You Have Been Involved In A Car Accident

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Being in a car accident is scary. No matter how serious, or whose fault it is, you are going to be shook up afterwards; you may even be in shock. The police are called, insurance companies notified, and with any luck you are free to go and not taken to the hospital. You may think it is over and that the insurance companies will handle everything. This could be the case, but things may end up going very differently.

24 October 2017

Two Ways You May Be Held Liable For A Decedent's Debt

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It's unfortunate but sometimes people die with a lot of debt and very little assets. In a situation like this, the estate will typically be declared insolvent, and any assets that are available will be used to pay as much of the debt as possible. Since only the decedent is responsible for the debt he or she incurred in life, creditors who don't get paid will simply have to write off the amount owed.

25 September 2017

3 Questions To Ask Before Applying For A Liquor License In Florida

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Florida business owners that wish to obtain a liquor license may find themselves sorting through the various requirements, scratching their heads. If it doesn't seem straightforward enough, you may benefit from consulting with an attorney who can advise you on what to do. But before you get started with the process of applying for a liquor license, here are three main questions you should ask. What type of license do you need?

15 September 2017

Three Guidelines For Insurance Claims

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In order to recover after getting involved in a car accident, you'll need to make sure you're maximizing on your insurance payout and consulting with an attorney that can help you. Car accident claims typically involve damages for both vehicle damage and physical injuries. These damages can be broken down point by point, but you'll need the assistance of professionals that can guide you through it. To this end, read below and follow the keys below to get the most out of your car accident insurance claims process.

8 September 2017

5 Tips When Filing For Bankruptcy

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One of the things you may need to do at some point in life is to consider filing for bankruptcy. There are some times when you may be faced with a lack of finances in life and working to recover from this can be hard. Being successful with this legal status can alleviate a lot of stress in your life, and it's idea to be prepared for it as much as possible.

3 September 2017

What To Tell Your Attorney About Your DUI

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Most people never imagine that they would end up sitting in jail and charged with driving under the influence, but unfortunately, it happens all the time. You will need some help to get you through this experience, and your defense attorney is the person to count on for this. From your very first meeting until your day in court, you will form a relationship with this legal professional that is based on trust and honesty.

23 August 2017

What To Do If The Zoning Board Refuses Your Change Request

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If you wish to use your land for a purpose other than what the zoning allows for, your first steps should be to petition the zoning board to either make an exception or change the zoning of your land. But what if the zoning board turns down your request? Your next step should then be to contact a lawyer who specializes in real estate, and work on appealing the zoning board's decision in a court of law.

13 August 2017

Three Keys For A Wrongful Death Case

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When you have someone you know, love, and depend on loses their life due to the negligence of another party, you will want to hold them accountable by filing a wrongful death lawsuit. If you are ever in the position of needing a wrongful death attorney, you will need to know the right strategies for moving forward with a case. To this end, read below and use these tips to get the ball rolling:

9 August 2017