The Reality of Facing Evidence Tampering Charges

Criminal charges can be frightening to deal with, especially if you aren't sure what steps you should take next. When you hear that you are being charged with tampering with evidence, you may become especially fearful. After all, being charged with any felony can be intimidating. Tampering with evidence is a serious allegation, as evidence is a significant part of the American legal system. This is why the consequences can be so severe. Read More 

Food Poisoning Is A Personal Injury

One of the most confusing illnesses people experience is food poisoning. In fact, many people with food poisoning don't realize they have been poisoned. Often, this illness is caused by the negligence or lack of care by others. In many cases, it can have long-term consequences that leave you with expensive medical bills, lost wages, and ongoing health issues. Why Is Food Poisoning a Personal Injury? Food poisoning may result if you are fed undercooked, raw, or spoiled foods. Read More 

Modifying A Child Support Agreement

Child support payments are not cast in stone; you can modify them if you know what to do. Below are a few tips to help you modify your child support payments if there is a need. Respect the Time Limits In some states, you can't just modify the child support agreement or order any time you want. You must wait for some time to pass before you can execute a modification. Read More 

Tips For Choosing The Right Divorce Jurisdiction

A divorce jurisdiction has far-reaching implications for your divorce agreement or ruling. That is why you should be careful if you have the option to use more than one jurisdiction for your divorce. Below are some of the things to consider if you have your eyes set on a specific jurisdiction for your divorce.  Meet Residency Requirements Nearly all the states have residency requirements that you must meet to divorce. The residency requirement is the period within which you must have stayed in a state to divorce in a state. Read More 

Paying For A Divorce Attorney If You Don’t Have The Money

A divorce can often leave you without any liquid assets. Regardless of how amicable your divorce is, it can be expensive. If you have children, custody arrangements will need to be made — even if your relationship with your ex-spouse is quite good. So what can you do if you can't afford a divorce? Arranging a Payment Plan There are divorce attorneys who will work on payment plans, with the understanding that no one is at their most financially stable when they're going through a divorce. Read More