Filing for bankruptcy might seem like a daunting task, especially given the stress and strain you are likely already experiencing due to your financial situation, but this process can go smoothly if you have a clear idea of what to do and expect.
Teenagers sometimes exercise bad judgment and when that involves alcohol and driving, the consequences can be incredibly severe. Unlike adults, teens are often more willing to take risks and do not understand the powerful effect alcohol can have on them. A mistake like this, however, can have lasting ramifications. As a parent or guardian, it is your duty to guide and protect them during this time, and to ensure they understand the gravity of this charge.
A recent poll asked “If you ever tried to represent yourself, was the judge biased against you for not understanding the law or courtroom procedure?” 95% of people who answered said “Yes”, and almost half of people felt that the judge turned against them for not knowing the proper procedures.
Not only is divorce the time when people show their worst side, it can also be the most dangerous time in an abusive relationship. When an abuser begins to feel he is losing control of his or her spouse is when the most violence occurs. The Georgia Domestic Violence Hotline is 800-334-2836.
You know it’s so easy to call 678-791-0734, schedule a convenient time and location to meet with a Justice Cafe attorney, and pre-pay for an affordable $75. In fact when you meet with your skilled, compassionate, and likable attorney, you just might want to ask him or her to meet you for lunch!
They say that money is the root of all evil. That evil has the potential to cause chaos in divorce. When it comes to divorce it seems all issues revolve around money and the kids.
So what can you do to prepare yourself to take care of your own needs and be reasonable within the financial negotiations that will inevitably happen?
Here in Atlanta a few inches of snow has always caused havoc. The only real surprise is that we are surprised.
For lay people, successfully navigating the civil justice system can be a confusing, stressful, and expensive process. Many people can afford to retain an attorney who will provide them with a full range of legal services. For these individuals, competent representation makes navigating the system a lot less frustrating. Unfortunately, too many people cannot afford to get the information or help they need to handle their civil law matter.
In describing what the Justice Café offers, I frequently get asked, “what does limited scope representation mean?” Limited scope representation, also known as unbundled legal services, refers to an attorney taking responsibility for only a portion of a client’s case. Rather than handle an entire matter, an attorney only performs specific legal services as requested by the client.