What Happens First? Preparing For Your Loved One's Release
24 March 2020
When a loved one has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI), it can be a confusing time. It might help if you know what happens right after the arrest and what needs to be done on a priority basis. Things are best divided up between incarceration, release, and after the release.
In most cases, drunk driving offenders are held at the city or county jail. You will likely be phoned from a correctional facility after the arrest by your loved one.
First Job? Know The Difference Between Sexual Assault And Sexual Harassment
23 March 2020
If you have just received your first job you are likely excited. Things will likely go great for you, but there is always a chance that you will be sexually assaulted or sexually harassed. This can happen no matter if you are a woman or a man. Below is information about each of these so you will know what you should do.
Grabbing someone in any way is considered sexual assault.
Can A Promise Of Leniency Impact Your Confession?
21 March 2020
For many people who have been arrested, striking a deal can be a very desirable situation. If you are charged with a DWI, for instance, you might be thinking about the impact such a charge could have on your future. For this reason, you might try to make a deal with a police officer. But should you? And will your confession be admissible in court? If you plan to confess, should you work with an attorney?
Are You Prepared? How To Avoid Troubles With Your Trust
20 March 2020
There was a time when a will was the only document people had to provide financial protection for their families. Now people have realized that they may actually need more than a simple will. If you've realized that you need a trust for your final estate, make sure you get everything done right. Here are four tips that will help you avoid troubles with your trust.
Start With the Right Trust