Why You May Want To Have A Business Lawyer

Just because you have your own business doesn't automatically need a business lawyer. However, if you do have a need for a lawyer, then the sooner you recognize that need and act on it, the better position you will be in because you won't be doing something on your own that can cause problems for you at some point in the future. Here are some of the things that will let you know that you may have a need for a lawyer for your business. Read More 

Obtaining An Apostille In The US: Things To Know

Your legal documents may be easily recognizable and accepted here in this country, but if you travel abroad, those same documents may not hold the same merit simply due to unfamiliarity with governing agencies and officials. If you are traveling to another country for work, to live, or for some other reason, you may have to obtain an apostille. An apostille is a legal document that is created by the United States government that verifies the information in pertinent documents is legitimate. Read More 

Is Your Loved One Suffering From Nursing Home Abuse?

Everything about nursing home abuse is heart-wrenching. For the loved ones, it's feelings of guilt and responsibility. For the victims, it's unimaginable pain. Sad situations like nursing home abuse may not always be preventable no matter how careful families are to choose a good facility. Family members must stay ever-vigilant so that this type of harm is identified and rectified. Read on to find out what to watch for and what to do if it happens to you. Read More 

Why A Second DUI Charge Is A Lot More Serious Than A First

DUI laws vary from state to state, but all states view a second DUI charge more seriously than a first. When you face your first DUI charge, it is a lot easier to avoid major consequences from it, but when you commit a second DUI, you will likely face much harsher consequences. Here are some things to understand about the difference. A second charge makes you a repeat offender Courts are almost always more lenient on people who do not have any criminal history, and this is true with DUI cases. Read More 

4 Factors That Can Impact A Child Custody Case

If you're going through a divorce, you could likely be facing a custody battle if you have kids. This can be a very trying time, and it's in your best interest to think about the factors that will affect your ability to get custody of your children. There are things that can play in your favor or against it and knowing these can be helpful. 1. Amount of your income Read More