Suing Previous Legal Counsel For Nonfeasance, Misfeasance And Malfeasance

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Once in a blue moon, you might receive poor legal counsel. When your attorney is guilty of nonfeasance, misfeasance or malfeasance, you have every right to pursue a lawsuit against him or her. To help you understand what each of these terms mean and exactly what you should be suing for, be sure to read on. Once you are familiar with each term, you'll need to seek out a qualified attorney to help you make your claim.

30 December 2014

3 Benefits To Creating Your Own Child Custody Agreement With Your Ex

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Everyone hears about how contentious divorce cases can be -- especially when there are children involved. One parent usually wants to have full custody of the kids and receive child support payments from the other parent. As you can imagine, this leads to a lot of arguing and issues that usually leads to a judge stepping in to settle the matter. However, there are more divorced couples who are choosing to work together, despite their issues, to come up with a custody arrangement themselves.

21 October 2014

Three Reasons Why You Need A Lawyer To Handle Your Personal Injury Case

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If you have filed a pending personal injury lawsuit, it can be very tempting to represent yourself in court.  After all, if you win, you won't have to split the settlement with another party, and who better to plead your case then yourself?  However, this line of thinking may be highly mistaken because of the complicated nature of the law.  There may be a number of loopholes that the defending party can jump through to disprove your claim and leave you with nothing.

18 September 2014

3 Situations Where Criminal Lawyers Can Provide Assistance

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Criminal lawyers provide their clients a defense in a variety of circumstances. These are some of the areas of law where criminal lawyers can assist those facing persecution.  Accusations of Rape & Sexual Assault Among the most serious charges an individual can face are those pertaining to crimes of a sexual nature. Whether a person has been charged with sexually assaulting a minor or raping their spouse or significant other, criminal lawyers recognize that many such accusations are entirely without merit.

8 July 2014