When someone has passed away and you want to make sure that everyone is getting their fair share of what was to be left to them, you might want to hire an estate attorney. Before you make the assumption that this is a process that you can handle on your own, you will want to review the following benefits of having this type of legal professional in your corner. Helps Get The Probate Case Moving Along [Read More]
Charged With Ghost Employment As A Government Employee? What Should You Know?
If you work for a local, state, or the federal government, you've likely spent time sitting through various seminars on conflicts of interest, ghost employment, and other ethical and fiscal considerations that are made a priority for those paid through public funds. Although you may not have put much thought into how ghost employment applies in your specific situation, actually being subject to allegations of ghost employment can not only mean the loss of your government job, it could subject you to criminal charges in many states. [Read More]
Paper Trails And Careful Calls Weaken Discrimination Attempts
Discrimination continues to be a problem in various forms, and can be hard to prove in times when the general public may not be as receptive to discrimination complaints. In the age of information, gathering evidence and creating a strong claim is more important than ever. If you feel that you've been the victim of housing discrimination or suspect discriminating motives making your house hunting more difficult, here are a few evidence-gathering and general vigilance steps to take. [Read More]
Steps To Take After A Motorcycle Accident
Being involved in a motorcycle accident is stressful, but it helps to know what steps to take in order to resolve the issue. Here are some of the important things to do. Figure Out Who Was at Fault It may be clear who was at fault in the motorcycle accident—you or the other driver. That's great when it happens and both people are in agreement. But if you aren't sure, talk through the accident and try to come to a consensus. [Read More]