Why You Might Not Want to Represent Yourself in a DUI Case

19 August 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

While it is true that you do have the option to forgo having an attorney and simply represent yourself during a DUI case, that might not be the best choice. It is imperative that your case is being handled in the best way possible in order to get the most desirable outcome. To help with this, you will want to learn why you really should not represent yourself in your upcoming DUI case. Read More 

Got An Expensive Traffic Ticket? Why You Should Consult With A Traffic Lawyer

19 August 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have just received a hefty traffic violation and you are wondering how you are going to handle it, you might want to start by speaking with a traffic lawyer. You do not want to just automatically plead guilty and pay the fine. There are a few reasons why you might actually want to fight the ticket in court. Here are a couple of reasons why you should consult with a traffic lawyer: Read More 

Your Car Accident Caused Spinal Cord Compression – Now What?

19 August 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Car accidents are physically and emotionally traumatic. One of the major issues that can be caused by a car accident is spinal cord compression. Spinal cord compression is serious, and there is a lot that you may consider after your accident. If you are thinking about pursuing a lawsuit regarding your spinal cord compression, this is what you need to know. Understanding Spinal Cord Compression Spinal cord compression is very common after a car accident. Read More 

Distributing Assets Among The Kids: What To Consider

20 July 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you decided to have a will drafted up by an attorney, you must designate beneficiaries. Once you have done that, you must then decide who will get what when it comes to your assets once you pass away. If you have one child, then this is probably an easy process. However, if you have multiple children, then you will want to ensure that you distribute your assets as evenly and fairly as possible. Read More 

Can A Divorce Ever Be Amicable?

18 June 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

For many divorcing couples, thinking about divorce feels scary. Although both parties might wish for a divorce to be completely amicable, many wonder if getting lawyers involved has to create tension. The truth? Hiring a divorce attorney does not have to make things more contentious. These are a few tips you can use to ensure that you are setting yourself up for an amicable divorce. Understand Your Goals When you are focused on the future, you can have a better understanding of the goals you hope to accomplish before and after the divorce is finalized. Read More