Why You Should Hire An Attorney If You Need A Restraining Or Protective Order
20 July 2020
Sometimes you just want to be left alone. If you are currently in a situation where someone is invading your personal space or constantly attempting to communicate or reach out to you in an unwelcome fashion, you might be a good candidate to get a restraining or protective order. But there are different laws and regulations regarding these types of orders depending on what state you are in, and if you've never filed for a protective order before, you might not know where to begin.
Dealing With A Deadbeat? What To Do If Your Ex Has Stopped Paying Child Support
18 June 2020
If you receive court-ordered child support, the order should keep the payments coming. Unfortunately, court orders don't always have the desired effect. In fact, some parents stop paying child support regardless of the court order. If your ex has stopped paying child support, you need to get help. Without help, your ex may continue to avoid their court-ordered payments. Here are four steps you need to take to get the payments started again.
DUI: Can You Remove The Charge From Your Record?
14 May 2020
A DUI on your criminal record can wreak havoc for you later on in your life. You may have difficulty, for instance, obtaining employment or getting a lease or mortgage. For that reason, you may want to explore the possibility of getting your DUI conviction expunged from your record. Not every state will allow record expungement. Here are some things you need to know.
How Is a DUI Expunged?
Expungements clear a criminal record of a certain offense.
The Benefits Of Working With A Debt Relief Attorney
10 April 2020
COVID-19 has left a lot of Americans unable to work and struggling to pay their bills. Many people were already living paycheck to paycheck and are now losing out on income and seeing no end in sight has placed many people in a bad financial situation. If you are struggling to make ends meet, you may be wondering if there is a debt relief solution suited to your needs. A debt relief attorney can help you if you are struggling.