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How Soon After My Injury Should I File the Lawsuit?

After an incident or accident occurs that involves an injury for one or more parties, it’s important that the individuals involved take some time to process the injuries that have resulted. This is important in deeming the severity of the injury and how much medical treatment will be needed, if any. If you decide to Read More

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What Rights Do Crime Victims Have?

  To assure each individual of a given court case is treated equally, there is a set list of rights that have been deemed by the state and federal government. The defined list of rights as well as the individual deemed a “victim” will be established by the court system in the given state. A Read More

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Grand Jury vs. Criminal Trial

There’s a great deal of confusion between the ideas of grand jury vs criminal trials that can cause a lot of stress for someone who doesn’t understand the two independently. When looking at the two kinds of cases it’s important to understand they’re two completely different things and to help illustrate this we’ll break them Read More

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Can Your Former Lawyer Represent Your Spouse in Divorce?

When facing a potential or certain divorce case, a question that can sometimes surface is whether or not a former lawyer can represent your spouse in divorce. While this is a rather straightforward question the answer is a bit difficult and can be a bit more abstract in explanation. Determining Eligibility Law is one specific Read More

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Q: What is a divorce?

A: A divorce is the legal termination of marriage. All states require a spouse to identify a legal reason for requesting a divorce when filing the divorce papers with the court. The reasons given when filing are referred to as the grounds for divorce.

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