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  • Why You Should Find A Real Estate Law Firm If You're A Real Estate Investor


    If you're a real estate investor who has not already teamed up with a good real estate lawyer, then you could be making a mistake. Many real estate investors find themselves working with these legal professionals at various points throughout their careers, and you'll probably want to work with one of these firms regularly, too, for these reasons and more. You Probably Buy a Lot of Properties There is a good chance that you purchase a lot of properties, whether you're just getting started or if you have been involved in real estate investing all the time.
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  • What to Know About Hiring a Real Estate Lawyer


    Buying or selling real estate can be a complex process. Many hurdles can arise during a real estate transaction, and having a real estate lawyer in your corner may be a good idea. Real estate lawyers specialize in real estate law and know the ins and outs of all of the legal aspects of real estate. Whether you are buying or selling commercial or residential real estate, plenty of situations may necessitate an attorney's services.
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  • Did You See That? How Eyewitnesses Can Influence Accident Cases


    Even though cam footage is everywhere, what was seen by a person has a huge impact on every type of legal case. If you are trying to show that the other driver— and not you — caused an accident, eyewitnesses could be key to your case. Read on and learn more. Who Makes a Great Eyewitness?  Eyewitnesses are not all created equal. The people in your vehicle should be able to provide valuable information about the accident but they may not be as unbiased as you would wish.
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  • The Breathalyzer Might Not Be Calibrated During An OVI Stop


    You might breathe into a breathalyzer and assume that you will be able to go on your way. After all, you haven't consumed alcohol to such an extent that it is unsafe to drive. However, when you breathe into the breathalyzer, you may be arrested and charged with an OVI. Believe it or not, many departments fail to administer breathalyzer tests that follow state guidelines and you may be able to have this evidence thrown out.
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  • Dealing With the Divorce Aftermath: Parallel Parenting and Its Merits


    Divorce is hard on everyone involved. However, it is hardest on the children, especially when you do not have the right strategies to parent them. The ideal plan should be co-parenting, but this only works when both partners communicate and cooperate. If your partner takes your cooperation as an opportunity to continue with the mistreatment, you are allowed to explore other parenting alternatives like parallel parenting. The solution is safe and keeps communication between the partners to a minimum.
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  • Why You Can Be Charged With A DUI Even Without Driving Your Car


    A DUI is somewhat of a misnomer. While it is called "Driving Under the Influence," you are sometimes able to be charged with a DUI even if you are not currently operating your motor vehicle. You can be charged with the crime even if you are not seen operating the vehicle. Physical Control of a Vehicle Under the Influence You are able to be charged with a crime even if your vehicle is not in motion as long as you were in physical control of the vehicle while under the influence.
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  • Does Hiring An Accident Attorney Mean Going To Court?


    There's no getting around it: car accidents are expensive. Even minor car accidents can cause significant inconvenience and suffering, and major ones are often life-altering events. Unfortunately, the consequences of an accident can sometimes spiral out of control, especially if you suddenly find that the other party's insurance company is refusing to pay enough to cover your costs. While a lawyer can help in these circumstances, many people may delay contacting one because they fear a long, drawn-out process that ends in a lengthy court battle.
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  • Why Set Up A Living Trust?


    While a will dictates what happens to your assets after you die, this isn't the only way to deal with your estate planning. Some people also set up living trusts. How do these trusts work and what are their advantages? What Is a Living Trust? A living trust holds assets for the future. It ring-fences money, investments, and property for the people you want to inherit your assets when you die.
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  • Demystifying the Meaning of Probate


    As the owner of an estate, the last thing you want is for your estate to be distributed contrary to your wishes when you die. While not many people are fortunate enough to die after making a plan for their estate, the earlier you do it, the better. Without a will or estate plan, your estate is subject to probate. Your probate lawyer can help you grasp the concept of probate and its implications.
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  • What Is The Role Of A Bail Bonds Agency?


    When you're arrested for a crime, you're sent to jail to await trial. But often, you have the opportunity to get out of jail before your hearing by posting bail. Unfortunately, the bail amount may be so high that you cannot raise it. Or maybe you can, but you don't want to sell your assets just yet. This is where you seek the services of a licensed bail bonds agent. So, what does a bail bond agent do, anyway?
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