Going To Court For A DUI? Here's What You Can Do To Support Your Lawyer

Posted on: 22 August 2016

Are you preparing to go to court for a DUI case? There are a few things you can do to support your defense and your lawyer, which decreases the chances of you having to do jail time or pay a huge fine. The key is to prove that you're serious about refraining from drinking and driving again in the future. Write a Personalized Letter An excellent way to show the judge in your case that you're serious about staying sober while driving at any time in the future is to write a personalized letter addressed to the court.
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What Can And Can't A Prenuptial Agreement Protect?

Posted on: 2 August 2016

Prenuptial agreements are legal agreements designed to protect things like debts, property, assets and businesses in the event of a divorce. Basically, a prenuptial agreement defines who gets what in the event of a divorce. In 1983, the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act, or APAA, was enacted by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. This act was designed to govern prenuptial agreements. There are things that a prenuptial agreement can and cannot protect.
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What To Do If You Suspect You're Not The Biological Father Of Your Child

Posted on: 20 July 2016

In the 2012 documentary named Stories We Tell, former child star Sarah Polley reveals a lot of family secrets in such a dignified way that it doesn't come off at all like soap opera melodrama that its synopsis might lead you to expect. Although Sarah is an adult when she discovers that the man she has always considered to be her father isn't related to her biologically, it's clearly painful for every member of the family.
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Debts, Assets, Divorce And Community Property

Posted on: 4 July 2016

The division of the marital estate, which consists of debts and assets, depends greatly on whether or not you and your spouse live in a state that uses community property laws or in one that uses what's known as equitable distribution. There are only 9 states using the community property provisions, and if you are divorcing in one of these states it's in your best interest to understand what is meant by community property and how it affects your debt liability and property distribution.
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