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Make Sure You Have Access To A Court Reporter At Depositions

If you are just starting out in your own law firm, you may not yet have all the staff that you need. One of the people you may find that you need on a regular basis is a court reporter or someone who can record depositions for you. There are a lot of reasons that you need to have someone record those depositions for you. One is that you are going to want to have an accurate record of what is going on. Read More 

About Getting Compensated After A Bad Collision

Did a bad collision leave you physically and psychologically scarred? If you are having a hard time moving on with your life because of the financial bind you were left in, a lawsuit is something that should be considered. If the accident report listed you as being in the right in the collision, that is sufficient-enough evidence for a lawyer to consider handling your lawsuit. This article explains the numerous ways that a car accident attorney can help you prove and win your collision lawsuit. Read More 

Selling A Home? 4 Instances When An Attorney Can Be Helpful

If you need to sell your house, you may be tempted to save some money by selling on your own. Home sales can be an arduous process for those who have experience, let alone for anyone who has never done it before. If there are any issues with your home that can cause the sale to fail, the process can become even more frustrating. The use of a real estate professional and attorney can be extremely beneficial when it comes to identifying things that can throw a wrench into your home sale. Read More 

Chapter 7 Or Chapter 13? How To Choose

If your financial situation has worsened to the point that you are in danger of losing property to foreclosure and are unable to meet even the minimum required payments on your credit cards, bankruptcy could be right for you. You do have a decision to make when it comes to the type of bankruptcy you choose, however. While both chapter 7 and 13 have similarities, they are very different in the way that property and debt is handled. Read More 

Understanding What Discrimination Really Is: 3 Ways to Tell for Sure

People take offense to the words, actions, and ideas of others on a regular basis, but just because you feel personally offended doesn't always mean that discrimination has taken place. In the US, it is illegal for people to be discriminated against for a number of reasons, but not all discriminatory acts are necessarily illegal. To find out if you have been illegally discriminated against, use these three considerations to help determine how your personal situation measures up to legal precedents. Read More