Knowing Your Rights When It Comes To Grand-Parental Custody

For a grandparent, it can be heartrending to realize that your grandchild is in need of some help. Parents are not always able to do the right thing, and there may come a time when you need to take legal action to ensure that your grandchild receives proper care. Grandparents now have newly-recognized legal rights to child custody and visitation, so having a good understanding about how the family courts view grand-parental custody can be a valuable asset. Read More 

Did You Slip and Fall at the Grocery Store? 3 Tips to Win Your Case

If something is spilled on the floor at a grocery store, the staff has to clean up it quickly. If they cannot, they have to put something around the area to close it off to alert people it is there. If you fell at a grocery store because there was something on the floor, and staff did not clean or alert anyone, then you have a case against them. Below are some tips to help you win your lawsuit so you can get the money that you deserve. Read More 

Can You Get A Misdemeanor Expunged From Your Record?

Everyone makes mistakes, and sometimes, those mistakes can have serious consequences. Being charged and convicted of a crime is one of them. However, everyone should also have a chance at a second chance, and that can be tough when a criminal charge is following you around. Once you've finished serving time, paying restitution, or complying with the terms of parole or probation, you may want to find a way to get a clean start. Read More 

How Legal Fees Are Calculated

Do you want to open a legal dispute against someone to demand compensation? If you have been holding back on opening the dispute because you don't have enough money to hire a lawyer, it is in your best interest to speak to one and get an estimate. You must keep in mind that not all lawyers will charge using the same method, so you might be able to hire one by paying little to no money upfront. Read More 

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