finding a lawyer before you need one

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finding a lawyer before you need one

If you were to have a legal problem, would you know who to call? Would you have to spend time looking into the history and reviews of several attorneys before you could get to work resolving the legal issue you are facing? I watched as my sister went through some issues and didn't have a lawyer that she could call immediately. I learned an important lesson from that situation. If you don't have a lawyer that you can call if you need one, now is the time to start looking into your options. My blog will show you what to look for in a general attorney.

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What Can You Do When Your Ex-Friend or Partner Accuses You of Stealing When You Move Out of Your Shared Residence?

Ending a relationship with a someone you lived with is rarely pleasant, and it can get complicated fast if he or she suddenly accuses you of stealing their property after you move out. If an ex-friend or partner has accused you of stealing their personal property, what sort of defenses do you have? You were just borrowing it. While this might not be a viable defense if you knew you weren't supposed to use something, there are times when this really might be a valid claim. Read More 

Spying On Your Spouse? Learn The Limits Before You Cross The Line

Is all fair when it comes to love and war? Not really—especially when you end up making some decisions that put you on the wrong side of the law in an attempt to find out what your soon-to-be ex-spouse is doing. Learn more about the limits of spying on your spouse. Opening Mail You may have routinely opened your spouse's mail in the past with his or her permission. However, if things are rocky and your spouse has indicated that you need to keep out of his or her business, don't touch the mail. Read More 

4 Mistakes To Avoid After A Slip And Fall Accident

A slip and fall accident can cause serious injuries that can affect your life for weeks, months, or even years. If you are involved in a slip and fall injury at a local business, it is important to react appropriately if you want to prove your case and receive a fair monetary settlement from the company's insurance company. Avoid the following mistakes after you experience a slip and fall accident caused by negligence on the part of a business: Read More 

3 Things To Keep In Mind When Seeking Pain And Suffering From Insurance Companies

Were you recently hurt in a car accident caused by another driver? If you are planning to file a claim with his or her insurance company, keep in mind that you will be required to show proof of your injuries in order to be compensated. In addition to your hospital bills and other medical expenses, you may also be seeking money for your pain and suffering. However, it is going to take some work on your part as well as your attorney's to prove that you should receive extra cash for pain and suffering. Read More 

Struggling To Expand? Consider Expanding (Carefully) Into International Markets

Sometimes the best way to expand your fledgling business is by tapping into demands in foreign markets. A product that meets with only moderate success in the U.S. may have a stronger appeal in a foreign country, where there's still a lot of opportunities for small brands to find their footholds without being pushed out by larger competitors. But what's the best way to go about breaking into a foreign market? Read More