Don'T Have A Marriage Certificate? Other Ways To Prove Your Marriage

Having a marriage certificate is the best way of proving that you are married to someone. However, it isn't the only way of doing that. Here are other alternative proofs you can use if you don't have a marriage certificate: Witnesses Witnesses, as long as they are credible and unbiased, are crucial to your proof of marriage. Very few people marry in secret and keep the secret for the rest of their married life. [Read More]

3 Things You Need To Know About A DUI

Being pulled over for a DUI can be very scary. You may worry that you will get your license taken away, a criminal charge and so much more. However, once you are pulled over, the damage is done and you need to comply with the officer and do what you can to protect yourself. Here are some things you should know about a DUI. 1. If You Have A Child In The Car With You, You Could Face Additional Charges [Read More]

Two Reasons A Prenuptial Agreement May Be Invalidated

A prenuptial agreement can make property division much easier when it comes time to divorce. However, certain factors can lead a court to render your prenuptial agreement invalid, which may result in you losing more assets to your ex-spouse than you want. Here are two things that can cause a prenup to be invalidated and what you can do to prevent it. Failed to Disclose Assets Divorce isn't the only time when a spouse may try to hide assets from their soon-to-be ex. [Read More]

Can A Police Officer Arrest You For Recording His Or Her Actions?

Whether or not a person has the right to record police officers has been widely debated. In 2016, a judge ruled that it was not a legal right, but several legal organizations have contended that it is. If you are threatened with arrest for recording an officer, it is important that you understand the potential consequences and know what actions you can take to protect yourself.   Can You Film the Police? [Read More]