8 Things to Know About Under-Aged Alcohol Consumption and DUI Charges

You can be arrested and charged with a crime if you are caught drinking and driving before the age of 21. In addition, you may be charged with multiple things like a DUI and under-age alcohol consumption. Read on for the things you should know about these charges. DUI Charges in General In all states, a person (of any age) can be arrested and charged with DUI if their blood alcohol concentration (BAC) measures at or above . Read More 

Why Are Divorce And Child Custody Handled Separately?

When a couple ends their marriage and they have dependent children together, it's normal for the courts to treat the divorce itself as a separate issue from the custody of the kids. This can leave you with a lot of questions for a lawyer, and the most obvious concerns you might have are why is it done this way and how does it impact you. Why Are They Separate Issues? Read More 

When The Stakes Are High With Your Divorce

Many divorcing couples can agree on nearly all issues and get a simplified divorce. Some, however, should recognize the signs of a high-asset divorce and take steps proactively to protect their concerns. Read on to find out why it pays to be careful when you and your spouse have more than the usual financial issues. What Is a High-Asset Divorce? There's no single dollar amount of assets that put divorce in this category, but you might recognize it, and your lawyer is sure to do so. Read More 

Can You Enter Mediation For Your Personal Injury?

If you have been injured by someone's negligence but you want to avoid a courtroom trial, you can opt to go through mediation instead. The thought of dealing with a courtroom drama is traumatizing for some. If you choose mediation, you not only avoid the courtroom, but you also have a say in the final outcome of your dispute. Here are some things you need to know if you are considering mediation: Read More 

Resolving A Legal Dispute The Alternative Way

Legal disputes can be costly when they last for a long period of time, especially when a lot of investigating must be done to gather a sufficient amount of evidence. Sometimes disputes take a long time to resolve because the parties involved are dealing with emotions that prevents them from wanting to compromise or behave cordially. For instance, when good friends are business partners and get into a disagreement, it can lead to a drawn-out dispute in court that could have been prevented by handling it properly. Read More