5 Ways To Keep Divorce Costs Down

Posted on: 11 August 2015

In addition to being quite emotionally difficult, divorce is also notoriously expensive. On average, divorce in the United States costs each couple a whopping $18,000. Luckily, if you and your spouse have decided that divorce is definitely the best option for you there are several things you can do to help lower the cost. Here are five ways to keep divorce costs down: Aim for an Uncontested Divorce If at all possible, aim for an uncontested divorce. [Read More]

3 Challenges You May Face After You Get A Service Dog & What To Do About Them

Posted on: 23 July 2015

Getting a service dog can be a life-changing experience for many disabled people, but it can also present challenges. Some people in your community may not be aware of laws and regulations that protect people and their service dogs. If you are getting ready to receive a service dog, it's important for you to understand what types of situations you and your dog may be confronted with and what you can do about them if you are. [Read More]

You Were Arrested For Defending Yourself. Now What?

Posted on: 9 July 2015

Being charged with a violent crime after acting in self defense is terrifying. Just because you are charged, doesn't mean that the charge will hold up in court. You need to know why self defense cases go to court and what you can do about it. Take it Seriously Some people don't take their charges seriously because they acted in self defense. You can't just assume that the courts will decide it's a mistake and justice will be served. [Read More]

Arrested For A Drug Crime? How To Interact With Your Lawyer & The Public While Your Case Is Open

Posted on: 2 July 2015

If you have been charged with drug possession or distribution, you need to contact a lawyer immediately. Drug charges are serious and could lead to years in prison. Proper representation can at least get you a lighter sentence. Here is everything you need to know about interacting with your lawyer and the public while working on your case. 1. Make an e-mail account specifically for the case Making  a new e-mail account isn't required by any means, but it can be helpful. [Read More]