What Your Divorce Does And Doesn't Need From You

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Working with a divorce attorney can be a long process, especially if a case ends up involving some foot-dragging. To speed things up, it’s a good idea to know what your divorce attorney does and doesn’t need you to provide. Provide: Detailed Financial Documents Unless neither person is looking to obtain spousal or child support, you can expect to have some discussion of finances. It’s common for one former partner to be in a less financially disadvantaged position, and you’ll have to prove that’s the case if you aim to get support.…

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When Law Enforcement Speaks: The Accident Report

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If you have been hurt by the actions of a careless driver, you might want to go beyond what the auto insurer offers. To be paid for a complete assortment of accident losses, letting an attorney handle things should pave the way for more compensation and an easier process overall. Without a doubt, the single most important factor in the way personal injury cases play out is the evidence. To learn more about one of the most enlightening pieces of evidence, read on.…

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3 Benefits Of Getting A DUI Charge Reduced To Reckless Driving

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Getting caught drinking while you drive is an offense that will result in a trip to jail and many other consequences. Fortunately, if this is your first DUI offense, your lawyer might be able to help you get the charge reduced to a reckless driving charge. If so, here are three benefits you will reap from this. Reckless driving is considered a lesser offense The first thing to understand is that a reckless driving offense is almost always considered a lesser offense than a DUI charge, or any type of similar charge.…

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