Relocating A Foreign Partner To The U.S.

17 June 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

There are no rules when it comes to falling in love, and it can happen when least expected. It isn't unusual for a person to meet someone while traveling to a foreign country and have a fling that turns into something serious. Often, relationships that start with foreigners while on vacation continue on over a long distance via phone calls and social media platforms. After such couples decide to get married, moving to the United States can be a long process for the foreign partner, and it might not be successful. Read More 

Can You Sue For Being Sold Counterfeit Drugs?

9 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Medication can be prohibitively expensive, and many people turn to alternative sellers in an effort to save money on the medicines they need to keep them healthy and alive. Unfortunately, like every other industry, the pharmaceutical market is plagued by the problem of counterfeits; drugs that look like the real thing but are nothing more than placebos at best. However, being compensated for injuries caused by counterfeit drugs can be challenging. Read More 

5 Rights You Have When Being Charged with a Crime

9 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

The police have the right to arrest you if there is a warrant out for your arrest or if they suspect you are involved in a crime. When you get arrested, you will get booked in jail and will have to go through a criminal legal process. When this happens, you should realize that you have rights. Here are some of the rights you have as a criminal defendant. The right against unreasonable searches Read More 

Been Injured? 4 Ways To Avoid Costly Missteps

2 March 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're dealing with the aftermath of an accident and you've filed a personal injury claim, you need to do everything you can to protect your rights. Minor missteps can pose a substantial risk to you and your injury claim. Here are some tips to help you avoid those missteps: Don't Deviate From the Facts If you've been injured in an accident, be sure to stick to the facts. You want to avoid making any statements that might not be completely accurate. Read More 

Understanding The Difference Between Divorce Lawyers And Divorce Mediators

26 January 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Divorces can be long, painful processes. Most couples are not actively interested in hurting each other, but contentious issues disputes surrounding children, assets, and money can lead to drawn out legal battles. These fights can be emotionally draining and expensive in and of themselves, which often leads people to look for easier and less costly alternatives. Divorce mediators are one potential solution, but they are not always the right option and they do not necessarily fulfill the same role as a proper divorce attorney. Read More