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How To Resolve Who Gets The House In Your Divorce

One big thing that couples fight about during a divorce is the house. If both spouses want the house and neither are willing to give in, this can turn into a huge battle. If you are in this situation, it is really important to try to work out this issue with your spouse -- if you do not, the judge will end up making a decision for you. Here are several things to know that can help you work through this problem: Read More 

Gaining Child Custody: FAQs

When it comes to child custody, the court will decide what type of custody parents are awarded. The decision will be based on a number of factors, such as which parent had the most responsibility of the child throughout the marriage as well as the fitness to parent the child. Here are a few questions—and answers—that may help you as you prepare for an upcoming child custody hearing. What Should You Know If You Must Go to Court for Your Case? Read More 

What To Know About Probate When Creating Your Estate Plan

When you begin your estate planning, one of the most important parts is the probate process. Prior to making any major decisions, you need to know what probate is and how it impacts the estate. This way you will not have any surprises along the way. The following is some helpful information about probate: The Process of Probate Probate refers to the process of distributing an estate after the death of the owner of said estate. Read More 

3 Great Tips To Remember When Hiring A Criminal Defense Attorney

When you find yourself on the wrong end of a criminal charge, it's often advisable to hire a criminal defense attorney. They can build up a solid case and do their best to lessen your charges. To ensure you receive the best legal advice and services, hire an attorney using these tips.  Prioritize Passion  Experience is great to have from a criminal defense attorney, but even more impactful is passion. A passionate attorney will go the extra mile in walking you through this legal process and building a sound defense on your behalf. Read More 

Should You Look At Your Will Again?

To protect your assets and make sure they go to the proper people when you pass on or become too incapacitated to make your own decisions, you've come up with a will. This means your assets will go under probate before they are handed out to friends, family members, and other recipients and will be placed into the hands of those of your intended accordingly. You want a will for many reasons, and the most important one perhaps is that your recipients don't have to fight or decide what to do with your things for you, keeping peace where disorganization and fighting may otherwise occur. Read More