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What To Expect From Jury Duty

Many people register to vote because they want to be a good citizen and because they want their vote to count in elections. If you're a registered voter you shouldn't be surprised if you get a jury duty summons in the mail. While some people may groan when they hear the words "jury duty", others view it as a responsibility they're proud to be a part of. I've been selected for jury duty several times and I've even been a part of the jury. If you want to know what to expect if you're called for jury duty, you can read my blog to find out. I hope that reading my blog will dissolve any fears or apprehensions you have about serving on a jury.


Was Your Child Injured Badly Playing At A Friends’? Don’t Get Stuck With The Bills And Call A Lawyer Fast

24 April 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Did your child get injured while they were playing at a friend's house and you think the other parent was being negligent? If so, you want to call a personal injury lawyer so you don't have to cover the costs of the incident, and because the other parent was at fault. If your child got a serious injury and you aren't sure how long it's going to take for them to fully recover, you have a right to make the other parent accountable. Read More …

3 Things To Do Efore Filing For Divorce

1 April 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Coming to the conclusion that a divorce is the best thing for you and your spouse can be a long, hard process. It can be incredibly difficult to decide to end a marriage, especially if children are involved. It is never a good idea to make hasty or irrational decisions when filing for divorce-- take your time and ensure that you have a plan before legally filing for a dissolution of marriage. Read More …

Ready To Apply For Adoption? How To Prepare The Right Way

16 March 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you really want to adopt a child but you weren't always the most responsible adult, you'll want to hire a lawyer to help you through the adoption process. A lawyer can help you fill out the application to showcase why you will be a great parent and to deflect anything negative that could be on your record or in your past. There are a lot of different things that you'll want to prepare for before meeting with your lawyer, and before submitting your applications. Read More …

Transitioning Your Preschooler Into Visitation Sessions

16 February 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are in the middle of a divorce, and you were court ordered to allow your spouse to have visitation sessions with your preschool-aged child, you will want to take steps to ensure the time spent away from you goes smoothly. At first, visitation may be a bit difficult for a child, as they may not be aware of the rules regarding duration or frequency. Here are some ways you can help your child become accustomed to their new way of life. Read More …

How To Challenge A DUI Blood Test

29 January 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have been charged for drunk driving, the police may have ordered a blood test to measure your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and figure the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream. Several factors determine BAC level including strength of the drink, body weight, and gender. Many people believe the blood test results are accurate and cannot be contested, but they can be challenged. Here are some ways to challenge a DUI blood-draw test. Read More …