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How to Prepare for Your Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation involves discussing and making decisions regarding property, child custody and support, and spousal support with a former partner or a mediator. The mediator is a professional in dispute resolution. They can be an attorney or a former judge. The mediator manages the conversation between the two spouses. They do not make decisions for them. They do not represent either party in the mediation. Mediation typically takes... ❯❯❯

3 Powerful Tips To Win A Lemon Law Case In Indiana

Are you tired of making multiple trips to your dealer service shop to repair the same issue in your car? Then your vehicle might be a lemon. Thanks to Lemon Laws, the lemon law, you may be qualified for a refund, cash compensation, a replacement vehicle. You do not have to live with a defective car while the law protects your rights. However, your claim must be concrete. You need a solid case to offer a favorable verdict and deliver a... ❯❯❯

Congressional Republicans Demand Investigation of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm's Financial Conflicts of Interest

Jennifer Granholm's personal finances are coming under fire once again.  Attorney Sam Dewey explains why two Republican lawmakers are demanding an internet watchdog investigate the stock trades of the Secretary for the Department of Energy. In a letter sent to the Energy Department’s Inspector General, John Barrasso and Cathy McMorris Rodgers—the Ranking Members of the Senate’s and House’s Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,... ❯❯❯

6 Reasons to Engage an Attorney When Buying your First Home

Owning a home is an exhilarating experience and a dream come true for many people. If it's your first time buying a home, you may want to complete the process fast but may end up making costly mistakes. For this reason, it's vital to hire an attorney to guide you in the purchase process. That’ not all, though! Engaging a professional will save you time and thousands of dollars later on. Why need an attorney as a first-time homebuyer? ... ❯❯❯

How Long After Citizenship Application Will Naturalization Oath Ceremony Be Scheduled?

Say you have already applied for citizenship. You may be wondering when the oath ceremony will be scheduled. The short answer is six to eight months. But to learn more about your naturalization ceremony and when your oath ceremony is scheduled, read on below. The Naturalization Process Naturalization is the process where you become a U.S. Citizen after meeting the requirements. You can apply for this if you: Are a child of a... ❯❯❯

What Does a Personal Injury Attorney Do?

An injury lawyer represents clients who have been psychologically or physically harmed due to another person's, company's, or government entity's negligence. Jason Stone Injury Lawyers serving Massachusetts are a great example of injury lawyers. Personal injury lawyers practice in the field of tort law. Public or private wrongdoings or injuries are dealt with in this department, as well as monetary and non monetary damages. The harm... ❯❯❯

Why Are Paraquat Lawsuits Being Filed?

Over the past few years, an increasing number of lawsuits have emerged throughout the United States, morphing into a class-action lawsuit against a commercial herbicide known as Paraquat or Gramoxone. This herbicide has been linked to the development of Parkinson’s disease, a neurological disorder, due to exposure to the chemical. Various Paraquat manufacturers have been implicated in a Paraquat lawsuit, including Growmark, Syngenta,... ❯❯❯

What are my Rights if I Slipped and Fell at an Amusement Park?

Slip and fall accidents while at visiting an amusement park should not happen because it is supposed to be a safe and family-friendly entertainment area. Unfortunately, such premises turn out to be a nightmare for many people every year. Casualties usually sustain injuries such as bruising, lacerations, spinal cord injuries, heart attacks, head injuries and fractures among others. Moreover, common theme park problems include drowning,... ❯❯❯

What Are My Chances of Beating a First Offense DWI Case?

The largest block of DWI cases in almost every state involves someone charged with a first offense. There are numerous considerations that play into the mindset of someone facing first drinking and driving charge, for example, is it worth investing the money to hire an attorney. The answer to this question and many others invariably comes down to the chances of beating the case. This article is intended to provide a thumbnail of the... ❯❯❯

Learn About Los Angeles Employee Sexual Harassment Lawyers

Learn About Los Angeles Employee Sexual Harassment LawyersWhat Employees Need to Know About Los Angeles Sexual Harassment Lawyers Employees face sexual harassment in all types of employment establishments in Los Angeles. Employees may face sexual harassment in retail, restaurants, offices, warehouses, schools, government offices, construction, or other types of employment atmospheres. Los Angeles sexual harassment lawyers can work with employees to help them get justice against sexual... ❯❯❯