Tenant Rights and Responsibilities According To The Law

If you rent a house or an apartment, it's very beneficial to know the laws that protect tenants. Hi, my name is Sally Riddell and when I moved into my first apartment, I wanted to make sure that I knew all of the laws concerning the rights of tenants. I researched tenant laws and I also spoke with a family friend who is a lawyer to make sure that I understood my responsibilities and rights as a tenant. Because I knew this information before I started renting my apartment, I felt confident when signing my rental agreement. If you're considering living in a rental home or apartment, I suggest that you read my blog first. If you are already renting, this blog will also help you if you ever have any concerns.

4 Key Points When Heading Toward Divorce

6 March 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

While divorce is a pretty solid reality in this day and age, it does not have to be the undoing of your personal well being. The best stance to take when going to divorce court is always be prepared. If you have never been through a divorce before, it's easy to get bogged down in the emotional turmoil and not understand what it takes. Take advantage of these guidelines, so that you can prepare yourself to the fullest before taking on your soon-to-be ex-spouse in court. Read More …

Tips For Helping Your Car Accident Lawyer Win Your Case

24 February 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

Sure, you hire your car accident lawyer to try to win a court case or at least get the guilty person to agree to a settlement. However, you simply can't leave everything on the shoulders of your attorney and expect nothing but success. As it is, even the best of attorneys cannot guarantee a specific outcome. Therefore, you want to work together, with your accident attorney, in order to give yourself the best chance at getting the kind of results you want from this incident. Read More …

How To Handle Being In A Car Accident

13 February 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

Car accidents happen. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were over 5.6 million car crashes reported in 2013; so the likelihood of you being in some sort of car accident over time is actually quite high. There are some things you should keep in mind if you find yourself in an accident to keep from making matters worse (at least legally). Here is how you should react when someone hits you and your car. Read More …

Fighting False Allegations: Don’t Give Your Accuser Any New Ammunition

6 February 2015
 Categories: , Blog

While physical violence is a serious issue, so are false accusations of bodily harm. But not every single allegation is true. If you've just been handed a temporary restraining order (sometimes called an order of protection), you're probably angry, embarrassed, and a little scared. What do you do? Is there even a way to fight the charges, when it seems like it was so easy for someone to go into court and make up or exaggerate a tale of violence? Read More …

Tips On Dealing With US Border Control Agents

29 January 2015
 Categories: , Blog

For many immigrants, the first step to being allowed to legally immigrate to the United States is being cleared by customs agents at the airport. It's important that those who are immigrating to the country do not underestimate the stringency of this process and do not arrive in the United States missing important documentation. The following are four important tips on getting past US customs agents when arriving into the United States at the airport: Read More …