How To Win Custody When You're Not In The Picture Anymore

Have you been in a family situation that has forced you away from home, but now you are looking to take back custody of your child? If so, this will require some help so that you can successfully win custody back. These tips can help you do it. Prove The Child's Current Home Is Dangerous When custody disputes arise between two parents, a judge will typically pick the best living situation for the child, not necessarily what the parents want. [Read More]

3 Things To Do After An At-Fault Car Accident

Getting into a car accident is scary enough, but it's sometimes even more anxiety-inducing for the driver who was at fault. After all, if you or the other driver believe you caused the accident, you are at significant risk of facing fines, penalties, points on your license, higher insurance rates, and possibly even criminal charges depending on the details and severity of the accident. For these reasons, it's important to take action quickly in this difficult situation. [Read More]

New Years Eve Is Almost Here: How To Avoid A DUI

New Year's Eve is just around the corner. It's time to start making your plans. If you're going to be heading out for the evening, it's time to get ready for the biggest party of the year. New Years Even is synonymous with wild parties, lots of drinking, and unfortunately, DUIs and accidents. If you plan on drinking on New Year's Eve, you need to plan a way to avoid the DUIs; not just because a DUI can ruin your driving record, but also because drinking and driving can lead to car accidents. [Read More]

3 Important Actions When Faced With A Battery Charge

If you're charged with battery, a lot may be running through your mind. These incidents happen all of the time, and you may be completely incident. Don't let someone else's mistakes ruin your life by taking the following actions. Monitor What You Say to the Police Whatever altercation you were involved in with another person, the police will arrive to take an official police report. Although they are there to help and may seem friendly, it's important that you pay close attention to what you say on the record. [Read More]