3 Things That Can Happen As A Result Of A Criminal Traffic Offense

Posted on: 13 May 2015
When most people think of traffic offenses, they think of simply getting a speeding ticket. However, there are more serious traffic offenses that a driver can commit, such as racing another vehicle, leaving the scene of an accident, and driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you have been charged with a criminal traffic offense, you may not know what to expect when you go to court.
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Do You Need An Attorney To Help You Apply For Social Security Benefits?

Posted on: 17 April 2015
If you have become disabled and you are not able to work, you need to file a claim for Social Security disability as soon as possible. It can take many months, or even longer, for the approval process to take place. But, before you fill out that application, talk to a Social Security attorney. Many people are denied the benefits that they are entitled to, and in many cases, having legal representation is the only way that some are able to receive their benefits.
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Is Uncontested Divorce Right For You?

Posted on: 13 April 2015
Getting divorced is often a needlessly complex and difficult process. It doesn't have to be that way. If you and your spouse can agree to an uncontested divorce, you can save yourself a lot of time, money, heartache, and bad feelings. Why protract an already difficult process when it can be done more easily? What is an Uncontested Divorce? An uncontested divorce is one in which the divorcing spouses come to an agreement on every aspect of their separation.
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Marital Debts: How To Divide Them Fairly

Posted on: 1 April 2015
In the event of divorce, many changes will take place regarding the even division of property. Not the least of these concerns is the equitable division of marital debt.  During the course of a marriage, it is likely that certain debts will be accrued over time, whether from taking out loans and mortgages or through other means. Separate debts or those acquired before the marriage, will not be divided. Usually, a fair division of these debts leaves both parties with an equal share of them, but in some cases an unequal division may be considered fairer.
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