Drowning In Documents: Real Estate Paperwork To Know

If you have finally found your dream home and are now in the process of completing the purchase, you may be surprised when you realize the virtual mountain of paperwork that is needed to accomplish this endeavor. This is a situation that involves both a real estate purchase, and, in most cases, a financial issue that involves a mortgage loan. These two facets can work together to create a confusing mass of documentation for the home buyer. Read More 

Buying A Commercial Building? Two Reasons Why You Need Legal Advice From An Attorney

If you're in the process of purchasing a piece of commercial property, you're making a great decision.  Whether you decide to run your business out of the facility or rent it out to another company it's a great way for you to either further your own enterprise or profit by leasing to someone else.  However, if you're not accustomed to the commercial buying process, you may not understand some of the pitfalls that can come along with it. Read More 

Battling A Child Visitation Case From Prison? These Three Factors May Determine Your Fate

The fact that you are behind bars doesn't mean that you can't have visitation rights for your kid if you are separated from their parent.  However, you will have to prove why you should have this right just as you would if you were free. Here are three factors that may determine your case: Distance to Prison You aren't likely to get visitation rights if you are incarcerated far from the child's current home. Read More 

2 Things to Do to Get Your Liquor License

Opening up a new bar can be an expensive process. There are also a lot of things that you are going to have to do before you can even start the entire process. One of those things is to make sure that you get a liquor license. Without that, there isn't even a reason to start trying to build your bar. While the specifics do vary from state to state, there are some generalities that all states have in common. Read More 

Could A Friend Sue You For Falling Through Your Deck?

Personal injury litigation can tear friendships apart, which is a problem that has become real to you since a friend fell through your deck during a party. They are claiming you owe them compensation for their injuries and are threatening to take you to court for negligence. What can you expect from a case like this and how can you defend yourself? The Elements Of A Negligence Tort Case Read More