Differentiating Between Custodial And Noncustodial Interrogation

13 December 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

The Miranda warning, which advises criminal suspects on their legal rights, is only applicable to those who are in custody. This means that the police don't have to read your Miranda rights if you are being questioned but you are not in custody. It also means you should know the difference between custodial interrogation (questioning under custody) and noncustodial interrogation. Here are some of the factors you can use to differentiate between the two: Read More 

4 Reasons To Choose An At-Fault Divorce

19 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If your marriage is near its end, you may want to know the best method for divorcing. Of course, it's possible to choose an at-fault divorce if there is a valid reason for the end of the union. This means one of the spouses is the primary cause of the divorce. There are specific instances when an at-fault is legal and knowing what these can be very beneficial to you. Read More 

Injured By A Child? Here Are Three Signs You May Be Able To Collect The Judgment

19 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the complications of pursuing an injury case against a child is the possibility of winning the case and not being able to collect the judgment. Fortunately, this isn't always the case, and there are cases in which you may collect your judgment from a child defendant. Here are some of the signs that your judgment collection may succeed: The Child Isn't Very Young A child's age is one of the premier factors that determine whether they can be held responsible for their actions. Read More 

3 Tips For Preparing To Bring Your Injury Case To An Attorney

28 February 2017
 Categories: , Blog

If you think you have a personal injury case that you could get a settlement on, the best way to find out is by presenting your case to an attorney. Here are three tips that will help you prepare to bring your injury case to an attorney. #1 Make A Written Statement The first thing you should do is sit down and craft a written statement about what happened to you, what your injuries are, and what you want to be compensated for. Read More 

A Guide To Preparing For Your First Appointment With A Patent Attorney

14 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have recently developed a new invention or have made major alterations to an existing product that changed its primary function or use, it is important for you to protect it by claiming it as your own as soon as possible. In order to do so, it is a good idea to speak with a patent attorney and start the process. However, there are several tasks that you can complete prior to meeting with that lawyer for the first time that will allow you to make the best use of your time. Read More