Think Twice Before You Help A Prostitute In These Ways

Posted on: 26 April 2019

You might clearly understand that prostitution is wrong, but learn that someone you know — perhaps who is down on her luck — is working in this capacity to earn money. While your first instinct might be to try to help her get out of this business, she may be determined to stay in it. Being a good friend, you may then want to help her in a number of ways, especially if she asks you for assistance and seems desperate to get it.
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Your Second DUI? Why You Need A Lawyer

Posted on: 20 March 2019

Getting a first DUI is bad enough, but when it's your second brush with the law for the same offense, things can get even more dangerous for you. This is especially the case if you get a DUI again very soon after your first offense, or if you were caught driving without a license in addition to driving under the influence. You need a good lawyer to stand by your side throughout your case and trial.
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2 Ways to Get Visitation with Your Grandchildren

Posted on: 12 February 2019

When a family is broken up, whether due to divorce or one of the parents dying, it can not only cause problems for the immediate family, but it can also have long-lasting repercussions for the extended family. For example, in the case of divorce, one set of grandparents may not be able to get to visit with the children anymore. If that happens, grandparents do have options. One of them is to talk to a lawyer to see if they have any rights in the state.
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Four Things You Should Know If You Have A Disability And Can No Longer Work

Posted on: 5 January 2019

If you have been injured and can no longer work, you are going to want to know what your options are. This is especially true as it relates to disability benefits. The following are a few things you should know. Workers' compensation is your first option If you were hurt on the job, you should always file for workers' compensation benefits. If you have a severe injury, these benefits will last as long as necessary, so there is no need to file for disability benefits.
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