3 Smart Strategies For Fighting A Traffic Ticket

Posted on: 2 November 2016

Paying a traffic ticket may seem like the fastest and easiest way to get it out of your way, but things aren't always that simple. A moving violation comes with more than just a fine – it comes with points on your license that add up over time and can raise your insurance rates and even result in suspension of your license if you get too many. In the long run, fighting the ticket may be the less costly option. [Read More]

What To Do If You Are Notified Your Wages Are Going To Be Garnished

Posted on: 2 November 2016

If you recently received a judgement letter from a creditor indicating that they are going to start the process of having your wages garnished in an attempt to collect an unpaid debt, you are undoubtedly upset about the situation. There are a few steps you can take to try stopping this process from occurring in an attempt to retain the same amount of your regular paycheck as you have been. Here are some tips you can use in an attempt to stop a garnishment process. [Read More]

Nervous About Your Upcoming Personal Injury Trial? Learn Why It's Actually Time To Relax

Posted on: 2 November 2016

Nationwide, only about 4% of personal injury cases end up going to trial. If your claim falls into that small percentage, however, you're probably a little nervous and wondering what will happen at trial. It's natural to be nervous, but you don't need to be—contrary to popular belief (and most television shows), absolutely nothing is likely to be heard at trial that hasn't been heard already. Learn more about why this is true and what trials are really all about. [Read More]

How Social Media Affects Your Divorce -- Property, Proof, And Finding Out Who Your Facebook Friends Are

Posted on: 31 October 2016

If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, you need to start protecting your social media accounts and staking your claim to any shared websites. This is not just a matter of ensuring you still have access to the accounts; your accounts can actually be considered property that should be divided by the court. You can also suffer social effects after the account division if you have to set up new accounts for yourself. [Read More]