Why an Uncontested Divorce Lawyer Should Handle Your Uncontested Divorce

Divorce is usually stressful, and it can be messy when not handled properly. And although it's one of the stressful and daunting life experiences, you can make it as pain-free as possible. If you have decided to terminate your relationship, uncontested divorce could be a friendlier option for you. It's usually friendly because both spouses agree on almost every issue, including how they could divide their assets. In most uncontested divorce cases, the spouses don't experience disputes requiring the court to intervene and decide things for them. [Read More]

2 Things To Do To Find The Right DUI Attorney For You

When you get pulled over for a DUI, there are several things that may happen. One is that you might only get a ticket and your car can be impounded. You might get arrested instead or in addition to this. No matter what happens after you were pulled over, you want to make sure that you are taken care of afterward and that you have someone looking out for your best interests. [Read More]

What To Know About Retroactive And Back Child Support

When parents divorce, any minor children connected to the marriage must be supported. Family law oversees the health and financial welfare of children using child support provisions and those laws can be surprisingly strict and far-reaching. For example, those ordered to pay child support can no longer simply move to another state to escape that obligation since federal law tracks parents no matter where they go. When it comes to child support issues, two similar-sounding types of child support create a bit of confusion. [Read More]

What To Know About At-Fault Divorces

Are you looking into getting a divorce, but not sure if it is appropriate to use an at-fault divorce as a reason to do so? If so, it will help to know the following things about this type of divorce.  At-Fault Divorces May Not Be Allowed Where You Live First of all, you need to figure out if your state even allows for at-fault divorces. There are states that are strictly no-fault divorce states, meaning you are unable to place blame on your spouse when filing the official divorce petition. [Read More]