15 June 2016
The decision to call it quits in marriage comes after a long inner struggle. When both spouses agree that they have irreconcilable differences, they might want to consider getting a collaborative divorce rather than a contested divorce. Read on to discover why. Understanding collaborative divorce Essentially, a collaborative divorce involves a team methodology to marriage separation. Rather than treating every matter as a distinct fight to be won, as is the norm in a traditional contested divorce proceeding, a collaborative divorce brings to the table both spouses and a team of experts who work together amicably to arrive at an agreement that suits each party.
14 June 2016
In most areas, couples are allowed to file for a divorce on their own, without the help of a lawyer. This can certainly save them money, but it's not always the best choice. There may be delays in your paperwork and hearings if you don't file things properly or don't provide adequate proof of certain claims, and you may also be assuming you know how the law works in your case.
13 June 2016
If you've been charged with a criminal offense in court, it can be very stressful. Hearing that there's an eye witness to the crime that you allegedly committed can cause you great anxiety. However, there are various ways that your criminal defense attorney may challenge such eye witness testimony. Expose bias If the eyewitness personally knows you, there may be some enmity between the two of you which may cause the eyewitness to incorrectly identify you as the suspect.
13 June 2016
Property division is arguably the most stressful aspect in a divorce proceeding. During property division, the two divorcing parties must agree on the best way to share out marital property, debts and funds. Often, spouses experience suspicion and distrust during this process, given that one of the spouses may sometimes attempt to conceal the identity of assets from the other spouse. If you are going through divorce and feel that the other spouse is hiding assets from you, get in touch with a family law solicitor.
10 June 2016
When you are planning on buying a home, you probably have not considered needing legal help. However, there are many situations where just getting help from your real estate agent isn't enough. Here are some reasons to consider getting help from a property lawyer. They Can Perform a Title Search While a title search isn't always done by an attorney, it is helpful when you are buying a home. The title search is done to ensure the property being sold is not only owned by the person selling the home, but that there aren't any liens or judgments on the property.
9 June 2016
Going through a divorce is often a difficult period in life for both spouses, and the situation is even more volatile when children are involved. Every decision arrived at will have an effect on the children as well. Child custody related issues are one of the key issues that can have a significant effect on your children, and that's why these decisions ought to be taken with care and unselfish consideration.
8 June 2016
Some people who are buying a home for the first time may not know how they can select a conveyancing professional to help them to complete that home purchase. This article discusses some suggestions that you can use to identify the best conveyancer. Membership of Certification Bodies You can identify the best conveyance professional by paying attention to which professional bodies or certification agencies different conveyancers subscribe to. Specialist conveyancers are usually members of professional bodies that certify the quality of the services that they offer.