• What You Should Know About Criminal Charges

    Before the government prosecutes you for a crime, it must identify a formal accusation of the crime it suspects you of committing. The law refers to this formal accusation as a criminal charge. Below are critical issues you should know about criminal charges. The Prosecutor Files the Charges The person accusing you of a crime does not file criminal charges against you. Rather, the government files the charges through a prosecutor.
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  • 3 Steps To Simplify Your Divorce By Making It Uncontested

    Divorce is a challenge for nearly all couples. As you navigate yours, one important move could make it easier, less expensive, and less stressful. What is this move? Achieving an uncontested divorce. This type of divorce — in which one party files for divorce and the other party is in full agreement with what is requested — is worth the effort. But how can you and your spouse reach this goal?
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  • Traveling for Work and Child Custody: Will Your Job Affect Your Outcome

    The court requests that all parents actively participate in satisfying their child's well-being. To achieve this goal, some parents must operate in a work role requiring them to travel frequently. At the same time, providing a stable environment for the child is also a request of the court. However, for parents that travel often, there might be questions about whether they can provide the necessary stability. If you travel frequently and want custody of your child, learn what role your career might play.
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