How To Fight Against A Foreclosure

If your bank is threatening to foreclose on your home, you are going to need to fight back against the foreclosure. Here are a few things that you can do to help your attorney fight the legal process that the bank has started against your home. #1 Gather All Paperwork That You Can The first thing that you need to do is get together all the paperwork that you can that related to your home. Read More 

Will A DWI Arrest While On Probation Result In Jail Time?

After a conviction for driving while intoxicated, or DWI, chances are, you will have probation. Ideally, you should follow the rules that are set for you by the court. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. If you were arrested for another DWI charge while on probation, here is what you need to know.   Will You Go to Jail?  Probation is a suspended sentence and you could possibly land in jail if you fail to meet the terms. Read More 

Understanding Privacy Rights And Your Employees

If you have recently started your own business and need to begin hiring employees, then you should understand that there are many laws and regulations that you need to follow when it comes to employee rights. Employee rights can be difficult to understand and thus they are also hard to always follow. You can speak with either a lawyer who specialized in business law or employment law to learn about some of these rights. Read More 

Some Important Things To Know About A DUI

It is very important for every adult and individual of driving age to understand the dangers of driving intoxicated or under the influence. This is why you should educate yourself about what you should and shouldn't do in the case that you are pulled over for a DUI and what a DUI entails. Here is some important information. What Is Considered Driving Under The Influence? When most people think of a DUI they think of alcohol intoxication. Read More 

A Look At Some Of Your Most Important Parental Rights For The IEP Process

As the parent of a student with a disability, you have many rights involving your child's Individualized Education Program (IEP). The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) guarantees you those rights. Here's a look at many of your parental rights. You Can Attend All IEP Meetings Members of the school district will meet to discuss and plan the educational services the school will provide. They will work this all into a binding contract. Read More