Suing the Government—Can It Be Done?

6 May 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Almost anyone can file the papers to initiate a lawsuit against anyone. However, judges will dismiss suits that are problematic right away. Consulting with a personal injury lawyer is one sure way to prevent your case from being thrown out of court. However, you may have to jump through a few hoops to get a case filed against certain entities connected to the government. To find out more, read on. Read More 

How To Find The Best Help For Your Divorce

6 April 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Sitting down at the settlement table to divorce the former love of your life can be quite the personal ordeal. Having to battle against them in court is also a sensitive issue. No matter which way it goes, make sure that you have the help of the right divorce attorney to make sure it plays out the way you'd like. The tips in this article will help you to get on track with your divorce so you can take the steps that make the most sense. Read More 

Can You Afford To Hire A Car Accident Attorney: Understanding How A Contingency Fee Works

9 March 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being involved in a car accident is not something that many people are financially prepared to deal with on their own. This is precisely why the law requires individuals to carry auto insurance. Unfortunately, while this insurance can help to cover the cost of property damage and medical bills, it will not offer any coverage for the legal costs that come along with hiring a car accident attorney to help you recover all of the compensation that you are entitled to. Read More 

3 Ways To Make Closing On Your Home Easier

4 February 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Preparing to close on your first home? If so, then you're probably feeling pretty excited — and maybe a little anxious. You've probably also heard about just how complicated and drawn-out the formal closing process can be. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to ensure that your closing goes as smoothly and stress-free as possible. From there, you can breathe a little easier as you anticipate becoming a homeowner. Read More 

Why Your Marijuana Record Might Be Automatically Expunged

11 January 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you were charged with a marijuana crime before marijuana was legalized in your state, you might wonder if you will still have the crime on your record. The good news is that the legalization of weed often leads to a path being created for a marijuana conviction to also be expunged from your record, such as in states like Illinois. However, you will want to speak with an attorney because your ability to expunge is based on your charges. Read More