Partnering Domestically: Making It Legal

1 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

More couples than ever before are finding themselves living with each other, without the so-called "benefit" of marriage. Just because you're forgoing the legal marriage act, however, doesn't mean that you should proceed without any legal protection or support whatsoever. More and more states are beginning to recognize domestic partnerships as a bonafide relationship status, with the accompanying benefits. Read on to learn more about getting some recognition and getting it down on paper when it comes to your cohabitation arrangement. Read More 

Don’t Be Defenseless: What To Know About DUI Defenses

1 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

For those who find themselves arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), you may be experiencing a mixture of feelings. Shame, fear, anger, and disgust are common, and dealing with your loved one's reactions can only add to the confusing mixture. Relax and take a deep breath; your life is far from over. Just because you were arrested for the charge does not mean that you will be convicted and sentenced. Read More 

3 Things You Shouldn’t Skip After A Car Accident

20 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Getting in a car accident can be a scary experience, and it can leave you wondering what to do. It can be easy to skip some of the important steps after an accident because you're tired, overwhelmed, or just plain ready to go home. However, there are a few steps that you should not skip; these are three of them. 1. Filing a Police Report If the accident was not your fault, there is a chance that the other driver might ask you to exchange insurance information or might offer you cash in exchange for not calling the police. Read More 

Two Things People Get Wrong About Emploment Lawsuits (And Why You Need A Lawyer’s Help)

12 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

For an individual, an employment lawsuit is something that is fairly rare. Most people likely only know a small handful of people who have sued their employers if they know anyone at all. Because it's something that most people simply don't deal with, there's a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to suing an employer. Here are two of the biggest things that people get wrong when it comes to an employment lawsuit. Read More 

Can You Sue If Your Pet Is Killed By Another Party?

21 December 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

When your pet is killed through another's negligence, you do have legal options for recovering compensation for its death. Although it is impossible to assign a monetary value to your pet's life, you can receive compensation for damages, such as emotional distress and loss of companionship. If your pet was killed, here is what you need to know.   What Should You Do Immediately After Your Pet's Death? Although it might be difficult to focus on taking legal action after your pet's death, it is important that you begin to collect evidence as soon as possible. Read More