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How Pretrial Publicity May Affect A Personal Injury Trial

Is your personal injury case being discussed online, in newspapers or television? Pretrial publicity can affect your case either negatively or positively. For example, discussions outside the courtroom can influence your case by: Leaking Information One thing about pretrial publicity is that it may give the general public information that may be connected, not relevant, to the case. Don't forget that it is the same public members that will be picked to form a jury. Read More 

A Broken Marriage: A Guide To Help Your Kids Through Divorce

Your children know that you are separate individuals, yet they consider you a unit. You are part of a unit they have come to understand and get comfortable with. And your divorce should not break that perception of you and your soon-to-be ex. The following guide will help you break the news and help your children cope with the divorce. Breaking The News Consider the following suggestions when telling your children about your divorce: Read More 

The Dangers Of Dying Without An Estate Plan

Some people die without an estate plan. If there is no plan present, their assets are divided among their heirs as determined by the government. In order to have control over your estate, you need to set up an estate plan that makes clear your wishes for the assets that you will be leaving behind. Otherwise, your money will be given out to your heirs according to a governmental formula, regardless of your intentions. Read More 

How To Prepare For Divorce Mediation

These days, getting a divorce can be expensive. If you are thinking about trying mediation services, this can be a great way to have your divorce details finalized and reviewed. A mediator can fairly and calmly guide you and your spouse through the process and hopefully reach a settlement outside of court. Here are four things that you and your spouse should do to make divorce mediation more successful. 1. Source the Right Mediator Read More 

What You Should Know About Asset Forfeiture

Did you know that you can be stopped driving on the highway for a minor traffic offense, and have your cash or other assets legally taken away from you by the police? The federal, state, or local authorities can seize an asset if they suspect it is being used, or will be used, in criminal activity. This power also extends to taking your home or other properties, money in bank accounts, airplanes, vehicles, and guns. Read More