Be My Legal Valentine: A List of Heart-Shaped Insights for Those Who Love the Law
Posted on 02-07-2017 by Travis Burchart

14 Crazy Valentine’s Day Facts Ah the “day of love” has finally fallen upon us. The widely-celebrated “Hallmark Holiday” has been around for thousands of years, but how much do you really know about this holiday? Love Is in the Office Air: Regulating your office romance... Read More

A DUI in Athens Can Cost you. How Do you Fix your Problem?
Posted on 06-30-2016 by J. Lee Webb

If you are charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or another drug (DUI), you can face a variety of legal penalties. These penalties can cost you a significant amount of money in fines and fees imposed by the state as well as increased car insurance costs and legal fees for the lawyer you... Read More

The Most Important Factors When Hiring A Family Law Lawyer
Posted on 04-12-2016 by Jill L. Coil

In a society where divorce is becoming more common than ever before, many people will be faced with the reality of having to litigate family law matters in court. It can be a daunting task to choose a family law attorney - after all, more often than not they will be a part of your life for months - if... Read More

I was involved in a crash and the other driver received the citation and paid it, so they are liable, correct?
Posted on 03-25-2016 by Stephen Muhonen

Not so fast in coming to a conclusion as conclusive as that! It is true that statutes, also referred to as the rules of the road, establish a fixed standard of conduct, by which the fact of negligence may be determined. When a person violates a statute which establishes the standard of care in a given... Read More

Divorce Attorney for Business Owners in New Jersey
Posted on 03-12-2016 by Santo Artusa

Owning a business requires getting their first, leaving last, wearing multiple hats, juggling tasks, giving it your heart and soul. When a business owner goes through a divorce, it makes it that much harder to be the "general in chief" and much harder to perform at a top level. A divorce is... Read More

Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in Athens
Posted on 03-08-2016 by J. Lee Webb

When a member of a family suffers from alcoholism or alcohol abuse, it can be tough on everyone involved. Some people are in denial that a loved one has a problem with alcohol, while others do not recognize the signs and symptoms associated with these struggles with alcohol, so the problem persists and... Read More

WHY CHOOSING A DIVORCE LAWYER WITH A FINANCIAL BACKGROUND CAN BE ESSENTIAL TO YOUR CASE AND FUTURE
Posted on 02-29-2016 by Santo Artusa

WORKING WITH A DIVORCE ATTORNEY WITH A FINANCIAL BACKGROUND IS CRITICAL IN TODAY’S WORLD As a divorce attorney, people come see me daily to discuss the issues that are most important to them. Many people lose sight of the big picture and tend to focus on just a handful of issues. Even when a... Read More

Do I Still Have A Brain Injury Case If It Stemmed From Medical Procedures When Something Else Was Fixed?
Posted on 02-24-2016 by Stewart Cohen

We go to the doctor trusting that we will get the care we need to treat any medical issues or conditions that arise. Although medical procedures that are performed at hospitals or outpatient facilities may promise to restore us to good health or at least stem the onset of difficulties, unfortunately... Read More

What Happens If You Fail To Pay Child Support In Utah?
Posted on 02-23-2016 by Jill L. Coil

Child support orders are supposed to be based on a formula that results in a fair determination for both the parent receiving support and the parent paying support. However, even if the court carefully considered your income and expenses when issuing the order, that does not mean that you may not experience... Read More

What Happens If I Choose Not To Pay Court Ordered Support (Alimony/Child Support) In Utah?
Posted on 01-18-2016 by Jill L. Coil

Divorce can be expensive on many fronts, and for a spouse who is ordered to pay child or spousal support, the expenses can continue for a while after the court enters the final order of divorce. If circumstances change after spousal support or alimony has been ordered, you may petition a court to modify... Read More

What Should I Expect When I Go To The Jersey City Municipal Court For Tickets? For My Arrest? For My DWI?
Posted on 11-15-2015 by Santo Artusa

Being in court day in and day out, sometimes lawyers forget how some clients feel when going to court, especially individuals who have never been in a courtroom. The Jersey City Municipal Court is located at 365 Summit Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306. The cross streets are Newkirk Street and Sip Avenue... Read More

When is Child Support Over?
Posted on 11-15-2015 by Santo Artusa

Unlike many states, New Jersey does not have an automatic age where child support ends. The key to emancipation is when the "child" leaves the sphere of influence but at the same time, the child cannot simply sit at home expecting that the weekly obligation will continue to come in even if... Read More

Louisiana Attorney Who Was Paid In Weed Can Keep Practicing. Wait what?
Posted on 10-28-2015 by amanda-alge-bales

The article below has been republished in full courtesy of Law360, written by Aebra Coe The Louisiana Disciplinary Board has concluded that a criminal defense attorney who admitted to bartering his legal services for marijuana shouldn’t miss work for the misdemeanor, landing on a deferred suspension... Read More