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Collecting Child Support Through A Private Process Server

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The child support system is designed to provide children with a stable environment in which all their basic needs are met, but not every father is as supportive as he should be. In order to file a successful child support petition, you must first serve the father of your child with service papers informing him of his responsibilities. But when the father cannot be found, what can you do to move your case along? Read More»

Protecting Yourself When You Get A DUI

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The police arrested 1.1 millions Americans in 2014 for driving under the influence. If a person finds themselves in this position, they need to know how to protect themselves legally. These helpful tips can help a person when they get pulled over for suspicion of DUI.  Field Sobriety Tests You are not legally required to preform any field sobriety tests. In fact, if you are intoxicated, participating in the field sobriety tests can be incriminating. Read More»

Do These Four Things If You Don'T Want Your Loved Ones To Fight Over Your Will

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Just because you have a legally binding will, it doesn’t mean that nobody will challenge it. There are various reasons one would challenge a will. For example, some of your heirs may challenge if they are dissatisfied by their inheritance. Others may do so if they believe you shouldn’t have included some of the beneficiaries. Take these precautions to minimize the risk of such challenges: Mention Those Who You Disinherit Read More»

Two Privileges You Could Lose If You're Convicted Of A DUI

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When people are arrested for DUIs, they generally know they can lose their driving privileges if they are convicted of the charges or do something that causes an automatic DMV administrative action to fall in place (e.g. refuse to do a breathalyzer). What they may not know is they can lose other licensed privileges as well. Here are two that may be negatively impacted by a DUI conviction and what you can do to save them. Read More»

Answering A Couple Of Common Divorce Questions

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The process of going through a divorce can be a scary and painful experience to endure. Unfortunately, this process can also seem overwhelming due to the various steps involved, and this may be particularly true for those that have a very limited understanding about what should be expected from divorce proceedings. After you have learned the following common divorce questions and answers, you will be better able to anticipate what this process will entail. Read More»

3 Vehicle Modifications That Could Land You A Spot In Jail

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Some people purchase cars and leave them just the way that they came. Other individuals, on the other hand, like to spruce them up a bit. However, there are some modifications that people make to their cars that are highly illegal. For the current generation, here are three car modifications that could land you in jail and in need of a criminal law attorney: 1. Radar Jammers It isn’t uncommon for people to have radar detectors in their cars to inform them when police area in the area using their radars. Read More»

Four Things You Should Know About A Marijuana DUI

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Everyone knows that they shouldn’t drink and drive, but fewer people are aware that there could be issues involved with smoking or ingesting marijuana while driving. Here are a few of the most important things that you should know about a marijuana DUI. First of all…  Yes, You Can Get a DUI for Marijuana In fact, you can get a DUI for nearly any substance that can potentially slow your reflexes or alter your perception. Read More»

Damages In Wrongful Termination Suits: A Primer

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If you believe that you were wrongfully terminated from a place of employment, you can sometimes bring your employer to court in order to claim damages. Throughout the course of this brief primer, you will learn just a bit how these damages are determined and qualified. Lost Pay Lost pay corresponds to the amount that your former employer owes you due to a number of different reasons. This mainly includes the amount of pay you would have received up until the point of trial, unpaid wages from time that you did work, and overtime. Read More»

4 Ways to Get Around a Bad Credit Score When Looking for a Place to Rent

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If your credit is not that great right now, but you need to find a place to live, there are some ways around a bad credit score.  Look for a Private Rental Try to stay away from apartment complexes or single-home rentals that are managed by really large rental agencies. Large rental agencies tend to have the resources to run credit checks on all applicants and often disregard an applicant if they have a low credit score. Read More»

Your Neighbor Doesn't Like Your Tree: What Should You Do?

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You may have recently learned that a tree on your property – one that you really like – doesn’t make your neighbor anywhere near as happy. In fact, they have asked you to remove the tree, saying that it blocks their views. Should you remove the tree or is there anything else you can do? What real estate law could compel you to remove the tree?  Find Out if Your City Has a View Ordinance Read More»