Don’t Remember Getting Married? 4 Things You Should Know About Annulment

Marriage can be stressful, especially if you never intended on getting married in the first place. If a wild night in a California town resulted in you getting married while intoxicated, you may be able to have the marriage annulled. In California, being of unsound mind at the time of the marriage – including severe intoxication – is one of the legal grounds for having your marriage annulled. Here are four things you should know about the annulment process. Read More 

Guarantee Your Rights Through Engagement And Information - Questions For Your Personal Injury Lawyer

If you are involved in an accident or other dangerous situation that threatens your ability to provide for yourself and your family, it's essential to utilize every tool available in your fight to protect your future. Unfortunately, many people allow justice to pass them by because they're merely uninformed or perhaps skittish about grabbing what truly belongs to them. Rather than allowing yourself to be placed in one of those categories, it's vital that you're willing to go on the offensive and secure what's best for you. Read More 

5 Things To Consider When Thinking Of Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have recently been involved in an accident, you may be considering hiring a personal injury attorney. However, before you make the decision as to whether or not you will secure legal representation, there are a few things that you should consider:  There is often no upfront cost required when hiring a personal injury lawyer. Most personal injury attorneys do not require an upfront payment from their clients. Instead, they receive pay contingent upon the outcome of the personal injury case. Read More 

Is Guardianship Of A Parent With Alzheimer’s Possible?

As a caretaker to a parent with Alzheimer's disease, it might be necessary at some point for you to ask the court for legal guardianship of him or her. Legal guardianship is necessary to make legal, financial, and medical decisions for your parent. If you are considering guardianship, here is what you need to know.   Is Guardianship Necessary? If your parent is in the advanced stages of Alzheimer's disease, it is easy to determine when he or she needs assistance. Read More 

Six Things That Happen When You Get Cited For DUI

It is every driver's worst fear: being pulled over for driving under the influence. Depending on where you live, the repercussions of a DUI are harsh, and they can impact your life for some time. Regardless of what the outcome is in court, there is some fall-out that can be expected by any driver, in any state. Six things that will happen when you are cited for a DUI are: Read More