Consequences Of Violating Probation

Posted on: 13 July 2020

If the court sentences you to probation, the sentence will come with strict conditions. For example, the court might bar you from drinking, driving, or leaving your hometown, among other things. A variety of consequences awaits you if you violate these conditions. Below are some of the potential consequences. Warning Probation officers have considerable leeway in probation enforcement. Therefore, you might get away with a warning. A warning is particularly possible if it's your first violation or if the violation is relatively minor. [Read More]

Dealing With Child Support Arrears

Posted on: 29 April 2020

If there is one debt you don't want to incur, it is that of child support. However, unavoidable circumstances can force you to default on your child support payments. Below are some tips for dealing with child support arrears. Make Partial Payments The first thing you should note is that you don't have the right to make changes to your child support payments. The government expects you to meet your child support obligations even if you are struggling. [Read More]

Liability Claims For Beauty Salon Injuries

Posted on: 29 April 2020

You don't go to a beauty salon expecting injury, but these establishments do have their risks. You deserve compensation if someone or something causes you injury during your beauty treatment. You just need to prove how the defendant is liable for your injuries. Below are some of the ways beauty salons can cause injuries to their patrons. Inadequate Training You need adequate training and licensing to become a beauty therapist. For example, according to work. [Read More]

Ways A Cannabis Law Firm Can Help You With Opening A Dispensary

Posted on: 19 March 2020

In many areas of the country, cannabis has been legalized for both recreational and medicinal purposes. This has led to an explosion of small businesses. However, opening a cannabis enterprise can be a legally complicated task as this is one of the areas of commercial law that can be the most ambiguous. As a result, those looking to open one of these businesses will likely need to retain a cannabis law firm to navigate this process. [Read More]