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Why Do I Need an Attorney to Handle my Traffic Ticket?

November 15, 2015

You do have the right to represent yourself in traffic court; however, most of the time, these cases involve 3 or more court dates, or “continuances,” which can take 1-4 hours each, meaning you’ll likely need to take time off from work to make it to court–and losing hours at work can be costly, in…

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Police Stops: Tips for When You Get Pulled Over

October 15, 2015

Almost everyone will be pulled over by the police at some point in their lives. Whether it’s for something as common as speeding, or as serious as a DUI, there are several things you can do to make the experience easier for the officer—and therefore, easier on yourself. As soon as you notice the police…

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Why Singles Need a Durable Power of Attorney

September 15, 2015

What would happen to you if you were in an accident? If you became sick? If you were somehow incapacitated, unable to communicate, who would make decisions regarding your care, or your finances? No one likes to think about the possibility; we all like to pretend we’re invincible, because it’s frightening to find that we’re…

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What Is Probate?

July 26, 2015

Probate is a mandatory process — all property and assets must go through probate before it can be passed on to heirs. This is a long, complicated, public, and expensive process for the family of the deceased, spanning at least several months, if not years; all during an already difficult and mournful part of the…

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