In some states, cohabitation is a valid ground for the termination of spousal support. Therefore, if you are paying alimony, you should be on the lookout for signs that your partner is cohabiting with another person. Some of the telltale signs to look out for include these four: Tons of Social Media Posts Showing a Shared Life If one or both of the people are constantly on social media, you can use their postings to deduce that they are living together. [Read More]
5 Exceptions To The Personal Injury Statute Of Limitations
Nearly everyone knows about the statute of limitations; it's a legal stop sign meant to prevent filers from suing another party if a certain amount of time has elapsed since the accident or injury. When it comes to personal injury cases, every state has statutes of limitations that vary from as little as 1 year to up to 6 years. Most states have a statue of limitations of 2 years. If you have been injured because of someone's negligence, and fear that you have exceeded the statute of limitations in your state, you might be interested in learning about 5 main exceptions. [Read More]
Three Reasons You Should See A DUI Defense Lawyer Before A DUI Civil Suit
Getting into a car accident is scary no matter who you are and when it happens. Though car accidents happen on a regular basis, losing control of your vehicle or having a vehicle come at you is an event that can shake you up emotionally. If you got into a car accident due to a drunk driver, one of the ways to collect money for damages and hold them responsible is in civil court. [Read More]
How Severe Will My DUI Penalties Be?
One of the most nerve-wracking things about awaiting a DWI trial is not knowing how severe the penalties will be. There is a wide range of potential penalties depending on how the judge views your case. But there are things you can do to make sure that the penalties are on the lighter side. DWI Sentencing Depends On How Many Offenses You've Had If you are a first time offender, you're in luck. [Read More]