Top 5 Things To Know If You Are Accused Of A Crime You Did Not Commit
26 February 2020
There are times when the police get it wrong and innocent people end up being faced with accusations of crimes they did not commit. If you ever find yourself in this position, there are five things you need to know. Here are the top five things you should know that will help you understand how to handle the situation in the best way when facing wrongful charges.
1. If You Discover a Crime, Report It
Three Things You Should Know About The Services Of A Probate Attorney
24 January 2020
If you have experienced the death of a parent, there is certainly grief and mourning that every son or daughter goes through. But if you have been named the executor of your parent's will, it will be up to you to go through the probate process. Probate attorneys offer a variety of services that can assist you through this process. The following are a few things you should be aware of.
Criminal Defense Information Everyone Should Know
5 January 2020
The process of being arrested and charged with a criminal complaint can be a stressful experience that may leave some individuals feeling stressed and lost as they may not know some of the facts and tips that can be the most useful to those facing these charges. This can lead to mistakes that may worsen the penalties the accused is finding themselves potentially facing.
Bail Is Not Always Guaranteed
The concept of posting bail is something that most people are at least somewhat familiar with from movies and other media.
An Overview Of Typical Alimony Rules
3 December 2019
If you are paying alimony or you will be soon making the payments, you should be conversant with the laws governing alimony in your state. Otherwise, you might think you have been paying alimony only to be slapped with arrears. The following are some of the rules that govern alimony payments in most states.
The only legally-recognized alimony is the one that exists as a written agreement. Whether you negotiate alimony on your own (and it is subsequently accepted by the court) or the court determines your alimony payments, it must exist as a written agreement.