Child Custody Changes: What You Need to Know

3 Ways To Help Your Spouse Immigrate To The United States

Having to live in an entirely separate country from your spouse can be really devastating. Fortunately though, there are a wide variety of different things that you can to do help them successfully immigrate to the United States.  1. Apply For A Green Card  In order to be able to legally reside in the United States, your spouse is going to need to obtain a green card. However, before your spouse can acquire a green card, you first will need to submit an immigrant visa petition on their behalf. Read More 

3 Things a Lender Must Do Before Foreclosing on Your Home

Are you behind on your mortgage? You're not alone. Many homeowners fall behind on their mortgages, often because of unexpected events like a serious injury or illness or even a job loss. Falling behind on a mortgage can be an extremely stressful situation. You may be worried about your credit and whether you may even lose your home. Most lenders ultimately don't want to foreclose. Usually, they'd prefer to find a solution where you can catch up on your mortgage. Read More 

Accidents Happen: What Drivers Need To Know

If you are involved in a car accident you must stop your vehicle and inspect the damage, regardless of who is at fault. If you fail to stop, you can be charged with a criminal offense, known as a hit and run. There are other things you should know about car accidents, so you can avoid legal problems in the future.  Always Stop And Report Anytime you are involved in a car accident, no matter how minor, you must stop. Read More 

Can You File A Lawsuit Against A Sexual Partner For Transmitting A STD?

Depending on your local and state laws, there is a possibility that you could file a civil lawsuit against a sexual partner that gave you a sexually transmitted disease, or STD. STDs are not uncommon, but filing a lawsuit based on the transmission of one is. If you plan to file a suit, there are some things you need to know.  Negligence Personal injury lawsuits are based on proving that another person or organization behaved in a negligent manner that resulted in harm to another. Read More 

Understanding The Different Types Of Field Sobriety Tests

Chances are, if you are ever pulled over by an officer that suspects you have been drinking, the officer will administer what is commonly referred to as a sobriety test. These tests are designed to help an officer determine if a driver has been drinking and whether the driver should be using a vehicle. Not all drivers who are pulled over will be given a field sobriety test, but these tests are used fairly often on the road. Read More