Criminal Defense Answers For First-Time Defendants
30 September 2020
Criminal charges have the potential to ruin your life if they are not handled in a proper manner. Sadly, there are many people that will simply fail to understand the types of steps and actions that will be needed if they are to effectively protect themselves against the worst consequences of a criminal charge. Read on to learn how you can properly deal with this kind of situation.
Is It Worth Hiring A Criminal Defense Attorney For Minor Offenses?
How to Avoid a Search When Pulled Over by the Police
26 August 2020
Police officers are restricted regarding whether or not they are allowed to search your vehicle. They might ask if they can look inside but they cannot force you to consent to a search except under certain circumstances. For this reason, it's always a good idea to say "no" when an officer asks whether they may search your car.
They Must Have Probable Cause
An example of probable cause might be when a police officer can smell marijuana in the car.
Can You Force A Trust Into Probate?
28 July 2020
One of the main reasons that people setting up estates use trusts to transfer their assets is to avoid probate. Under probate law, it is very difficult to force a trust into a review by the court. Here is a look at some of the specific circumstances where it might be possible.
Contesting the Trust
It is impossible for someone who isn't named as a beneficiary of a trust to contest it.
What To Expect From Divorce Mediation
22 May 2020
Divorce mediation is a method that many couples use today for their divorce cases. Instead of each spouse hiring a lawyer to negotiate, the spouses work together with a mediator to settle the issues. People use mediation for several reasons, and it offers several benefits. If you are considering this strategy for your divorce, here are five things you should expect.
1. You Must Get Along
The first thing to expect through mediation is order and peace.