The Pros And Cons Of Taking A Wrongful Death Case To Trial

If your loved one has lost their life to do the actions or negligence of another person or party, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the other party. There are many things that you can sue for, including loss of income, loss of affection, loss of benefits, funeral expenses and any medical expenses incurred due to the injuries your loved one sustained. A personal injury lawyer can help you determine if you have a case and how much your case is worth based on many factors. [Read More]

Been Charged With A DUI? What You Need To Do

Being charged with driving while under the influence (DUI) is definitely no laughing matter. Even if you've received speeding or other kinds of traffic tickets in the past, a DUI is a beast of a different magnitude. If you are convicted the penalties can be much stiffer than anything else you've ever dealt with in the past. Because of this, it's important for you to take action the moment you receive the charge. [Read More]

Being Denied Visitation With Your Grandchildren? 3 Steps You Should Take To Regain Your Rights

When you're a grandparent, your grandchildren hold a special place in your heart. You and your grandchildren develop a special bond, especially when you're able to visit on a regular basis. When someone severs that bond, and prevents you from seeing your grandchildren, it doesn't just hurt you; it hurts your grandchildren too. There was a time when all a grandparent could do was accept that they were no longer allowed to see their grandchildren. [Read More]

How Courts Decide Whether College Expenses Should Be Included in Child Support

Including college expenses in child support agreements is a controversial topic for many divorcing couples. Fortunately, the government has a guideline on how the decision should be made. Therefore, if you can't agree with the other parent, you can leave the matter up to the court's decision, and they will make the decision based on several factors such as these four: Your Financial Resources The court is likely to decide that college expenses should be included if you have the financial resources to do it. [Read More]