- Hiring a Criminal Lawyer vs. a Public Defender
- What does it mean when I sign a release?
- Can I Resolve the Case Without Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney
- How Do Depositions Work?
- Why Do You Need A DWI Lawyer?
- How to get an Annulment
- Who pays for the divorce?
- Is a child considered to be illegitimate if the marriage is annulled?
- Can we continue to live in the same house if we’re separated?
- Can a separation be used as grounds for divorce?
Let’s face it. We all face challenges, and all of us have done something wrong at some point in our lives. If you’re facing criminal charges, you’re facing a number of intimidating moments in the days, months, and sometimes even years ahead. Unless you have a background in law, you likely aren’t sure what to […]
This article is from Steve Goldman, a Chicago criminal defense attorney who also practices personal injury. Personal injury cases are settled every day in Chicago. An insurance company’s adjuster or defense attorney and the injured party’s attorney will go back and forth on an amount of settlement, and finally your attorney recommends that you accept an […]
This article is from Dana Ahern, a personal injury attorney w/Farar & Lewis LLP. This article is about how, or if, you should resolve your case without the services of a personal injury law firm at your side. You may assume that you can only file and pursue a personal injury lawsuit with the help of […]
This article is from Marc Albert, a fellow Long Island lawyer. When going to court, you have the ability and the right to collect as much information as possible about the situation at hand before going in front of a judge. There are many ways you can collect this information. A deposition is one way […]
This is an article written by Edmond El Dabe, a los angeles personal injury lawyer. You have been charged with driving while intoxicated, or DWI. What to do? Most of the time, people are not expecting to be suddenly thrown into a DWI situation, so they really haven’t though much about legal counsel. Perhaps you are […]
You can get an annulment if you want to have a court get involved, and declare that the marriage isn’t valid. Hypothetically, you can petition for an annulment when you first get married. There are five main reasons why you can ask for a marriage to be annulled. Too young: If someone under the 18 […]
Contested divorces can cost ten’s of thousands of dollars. Many couples run into financial problems, financing this fight. Simple, uncontested divorce – can cost a trivial few thousands dollars. Unfortunately, contested divorces require court appearances, and tons of back and forth with your attorneys. Spouses can easily spend thousands per court hearing. When you start […]
An annulment has no effect on the legitimacy of a child, born from a union. Children are legitimate, or illegitimate, based on their DNA and blood. The legitimacy of a child isn’t based on whether a marriage is annulled or not. Most of the time when an annulment is given, the children from the marriage […]
Spouses often get separated, but live in the same house. Getting different houses is just too costly. Reasons for such a decision can be complicated – typically it’s because of financial reasons, or because you want to remain close to your children. In some cases, if your child has a handicap/disability, it may be difficult […]
Separation is a vague term. It’s used in all sorts of different ways. There are numerous types of separations. It’s important to know the differences – because the type of separation you choose can impact things like property rights. It can also impact whether you can get a divorce or not. The following is an […]