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If you need to go to court, then you certainly want to hire a good attorney to represent you and plead your case in front of a judge. But what if you have a disagreement with a company or another person that has not yet escalated to being a legal matter? It can still beneficial to hire an attorney. They can work as a mediator or arbitrator, helping the two parties to come to an agreement outside of the court room. We think more people deserve to know about the in-court and out-of-court services that general attorneys offer, which is why we founded this website.

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Situations Where The SSA Might Spy On You
11 September 2020

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Personal Injury Lawsuits & Tire Defects
20 August 2020

Thousands of people are injured in car accidents e

Working With A Probate Attorney Might Be Much Better Than Drawing Up A DIY Will
28 July 2020

Although the internet makes it easy to procure inf

What You Should Know About Divorce
16 July 2020

The divorce process is often littered with misconc

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Exemptions You Should Know About
24 June 2020

Are you planning to use Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and

Situations Where The SSA Might Spy On You

Private insurance companies will sometimes hire private investigators to follow applicants around to see if they are actually disabled. You may be wondering if the Social Security Administration will also use these tactics. While they usually will not, this doesn't mean that they won't under all circumstances.  Situations Where the SSA Might Spy on You One situation where you might attract the attention of the SSA is if there is reason to believe that a crime is being committed. Read More 

Personal Injury Lawsuits & Tire Defects

Thousands of people are injured in car accidents each year, with many people seeking damages in court for their injuries. Often, people sue another driver or the driver's insurance company. In many cases, they also attribute the incident to a tire defect. Was a tire defect the cause of the accident that left you with injuries? This is what you need to know. What Causes Tire Defects? Tire defects are often attributed to daily wear and tear, but you may also find that tire defects are the responsibility of a manufacturer error. Read More 

Working With A Probate Attorney Might Be Much Better Than Drawing Up A DIY Will

Although the internet makes it easy to procure information about how to write a will, spending time with a probate attorney to flesh out a properly composed document seems prudent. You can write your own will, get it notarized, and even bring witnesses to ascertain the notarization, but there can be problems when the time comes to probate the will. If the language used to craft the will turns out to be confusing, the door could be opened to challenges or delays. Read More 

What You Should Know About Divorce

The divorce process is often littered with misconceptions. Before you discuss the end of your marriage with a divorce lawyer, you should learn a bit about these four aspects of getting a divorce. 1. It Is a Lawsuit Getting a divorce is not just moving paperwork around; it's a lawsuit. One of the two partners in a marriage is petitioning the court to end it. In the vast majority of cases, the cited reason for suing to end the marriage is irreconcilable differences. Read More 

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Exemptions You Should Know About

Are you planning to use Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and feeling worried about your assets being liquidated as part of it? You may not be aware that you actually get to keep many assets due to the rules regarding exemptions. Your bankruptcy attorney will help by having you list all of your assets, and then categorizing them into things that are exempt and not exempt. Here are a few of those exemptions that you should be aware of. Read More