Attorneys: A History of Helpfulness

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Attorneys: A History of Helpfulness

Attorneys in our day are often called bottom feeders, ambulance chasers or worse. I am an attorney in private practice, and it is my mission to show you that the law is a calling filled with noble and enthusiastic people who are doing the job to help others. The law can be incredibly confusion, and it seems to change drastically day by day. Attorneys are there to help clients navigate the murky waters of legal issues and find the most appropriate solution to problems they face. So don't think of a lawyer as the bad guys. Lawyers help people, and this blog will teach you how.

3 Things You Must Have before Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Filing a personal injury lawsuit is a big decision. It can take months, even years, to resolve, and it will take a lot of time and effort on your part. However, the outcome may be worth it since you may have been wronged and the money in damages will help to improve your quality of life. If you are thinking about filing a personal injury lawsuit, it is important to recognize that there are certain factors that have to be present to have a legitimate personal injury lawsuit. Read More 

Is Your Last Will And Testament Valid?

Dying without a will can leave your family in a precarious position. Without a last will and testament to outline your final wishes when it comes to the dispersion of your estate, your family could find themselves in probate court. While many people think they can simply draft a will at home, these documents may not be considered valid. Here are three things you need to ensure your last will and testament will be found valid in a court of law. Read More 

Living Together In Quebec: Common Law Marriages And De Facto Unions

Quebec is often known for doing things a little bit differently than the rest of Canada, and their approach to common law marriages is no exception. It's important to remember that "common law marriage" is really an informal term; there is no overarching legal definition that applies all across Canada. Instead, each province has its own rules about what relationships they recognize and what rights are given to people in those relationships. Read More 

4 Things You Need To Know About Debt Consolidation

Do you have a lot of debt from multiple sources? If so, then you might be considering a debt consolidation loan as a means of saving money on your debt repayment. After all, a debt consolidation loan allows you to pay back the total balance of your loans in one convenient monthly payment and with one flat interest rate. Before you start applying for debt consolidation loans, however, there are some things you need to know. Read More 

Four Ways Social Media Can Unravel Your Criminal Case

If you are in the middle of dealing with criminal charges, this can be a stressful time in your life. The last thing that you want to do is turn to social media to blow off steam. There might be seemingly innocent posts that can be used against in court during an ongoing trial. Here are four things you that should never post on social media if you are in the middle of a criminal case. Read More