4 Ways to Get a Defense Lawyer if You Can’t Afford One

23 December 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you get into trouble with the law, you have the right to get a criminal attorney. Not only do you have the right to have a criminal attorney, you really have a need for one. However, you may not be able to afford one. When that happens, what are you supposed to do? Public Defender The public defender is usually a lawyer hired by the city or state for you. Read More 

Five Steps To Setting Up A Limited Liability Company

8 December 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

Setting your company up as a limited liability company (LLC) has a number of advantages. Chief among them is that under such a set-up, your personal assets cannot be used to pay for your business debts or seized as part of a legal settlement. Although the laws regarding LLCs vary slightly from state to state, there are a number of sets that are common to all 50 states. Knowing them will help you prepare well for meeting with your business attorney. Read More 

6 Things You May Not Be Able To Include In A Prenuptial Agreement

20 November 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

Establishing the division of assets in the event of a divorce is a common purpose of prenuptial agreements, but engaged couples have many other reasons for setting up these legal arrangements. People with children from previous relationships, for instance, may want to stipulate that their offspring receive a certain amount in an inheritance. If you plan to draw up a prenuptial agreement with provisions not related to division of assets in a divorce, learn examples of some aspects that may not be allowed by your state laws. Read More 

4 Mistakes To Avoid When Taking The Bankruptcy Means Test

3 November 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're in the midst of a financial bind, you may want to strongly consider filing for bankruptcy. If you qualify for this legal status, you may be capable of getting most or all of your debt discharged. In order to determine your eligibility, you will be required to take a bankruptcy means test and you will need to provide a great deal of information about your financial situation. Knowing some of the most common mistakes to avoid while taking this test may allow you to have success in achieving this status. Read More 

5 Things That You Should Know About The Law And Treason

15 October 2015
 Categories: , Blog

If you love the U.S. but are dissatisfied with government actions or policies, you may wonder if any actions you take regarding these could be considered treasonous. Here are five things you should know before proceeding. For specific advice on your activities and future plans, you would do well to consult a criminal law attorney to protect yourself and your interests. 1. Treason is any act that could be considered harmful to U. Read More