Your Debts Might Disappear Due To Bankruptcy Or The Statute Of Limitations

If you are drowning in debt and some of your debts are very old, you might wonder if you will have your debts hanging over your head for the rest of your life. However, this is not necessarily the case. The statute of limitations and bankruptcy can lead to your debts disappearing.  How the Statute of Limitations Can Affect Your Debt A statute of limitations places restrictions on when an individual can take legal action against another individual. Read More 

3 Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Free Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Consultation

Most workers' compensation lawyers offer you the opportunity to take advantage of a free consultation to discuss your case. What this means for you is that you truly have nothing to lose by choosing to reach out to an attorney regarding your case. However, if you want to get the most out of your consultation, it is best to take some time to prepare before meeting with the lawyer. This can be very important since your initial consultation allows both you and the lawyer to make a decision regarding your desire to move forward with your case. Read More 

What Buyers Should Know About Deed Restrictions

One of the most valuable services a real estate lawyer can offer is help dealing with and removing deed restrictions. What are deed restrictions? What types of restrictions might you encounter in your home purchase? And what can your real estate attorney do about them? Here's what you need to know. What Is a Deed Restriction? The deed to a property provides important legal stipulations about exactly what you own and where that ends. Read More 

Can You Sue A Telemarketer For Harassment?

Few things are more annoying than telemarketer calls. Many people get calls almost every hour and can never seem to get them to stop. You might think that this could be something you can sue for, and there are many cases where you'd be right. Are Telemarketing Calls Legal? Telemarketing calls are legal by default. Because of free speech, any person or business generally has the right to call any other person or business. Read More 

Three Questions About Being Accused of a DUI

Are you worried about what will happen if you are accused of a DUI while driving? If so, you'll likely have the following questions.   Is Probable Cause Necessary to Pull Someone Over for a DUI? It is true that a police officer needs probable cause in order to pull someone over for any reason. However, the truth is that police officers can use a variety of different reasons to pull you over. Read More