If you or someone you care about has been charged with DUI, the criminal laws governing DUI take little consideration of how your DUI charge may affect other aspects of your life. Although DUI charges are typically misdemeanors, the penalties associated with DUI convictions can include significant fines and even jail time. DUI convictions can also result in loss of income, loss of housing, termination of your job, and much more.
12 October 2021
Getting involved in an auto accident can be a jarring experience. Not only are you worried about the extent of damage to your vehicle, but you may also have sustained injuries that would require additional medical attention. Understandably, while you are in shock, you may not be thinking about hiring the services of an accident lawyer, but you must consider hiring this professional. One mistake that some motorists make is thinking it will be easier to simply file an insurance claim or negotiate with the other party; however, this does not guarantee a resolution that would be made in your favor.
24 August 2021
As a nurse, your work is more than a job; you are responsible for the safety and wellbeing of the patients that you care for. For this reason, state boards take complaints against nurses very seriously, and as such, if you are facing a revocation of your license, you must be prepared to defend and protect your career. Share Selectively Once you learn you are under investigation or review for possible license revocation or suspension be mindful of everything you do, especially talking with your colleagues.
20 July 2021
When people talk about probate, they often think of the specific scenario where someone goes to court over the disposition of an estate. However, probate law applies to the entirety of the estate process. You may wonder why that is. Let's look at why American law brings the probate court into the equation. Verifying the Process The most basic reason you need to take an estate through the probate system is to confirm that the process is going smoothly.
17 June 2021
Estate planning is not something to joke around with. One missing signature or wrong placement of a word changes the entire meaning of a trust or will. Also, you want to leave everything in order before your passing. For this reason, you should engage an estate planning attorney to help you with the legal paperwork and ensure your wishes come true. Read on to learn more about estate planning attorneys.
25 March 2021