Divorce Mediation: Why You May Need Further Representation During Your Divorce

Posted on: 28 April 2015

Divorce mediation is used by many couples who are in the process of splitting up their assets and debts. While it can work for a couple that is divorcing amicably, a divorce mediator is not looking out for the best interests of either party. The mediator will make suggestions, and offer insight to the couple, but the mediator represents no one in the divorce. If you feel you are being cheated in the separation agreement, further representation may be necessary.
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Three Criminal Lawyers In American History Law Students Should Know

Posted on: 11 December 2014

Students who want to become criminal defense attorneys may need inspiration. Learning the stories of men and women who made significant contributions to American law can prove motivational. Here are three top criminal defense attorneys in American history. 1. John Adams John Adams, a lawyer who became the second President of the United States, set a trend of lawyers as the Chief Executive. Adams had a reputation for his objective defense of clients.
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Pharmaceutical Drug Liability: What To Do When Your Medication Harms You

Posted on: 10 December 2014

Some pharmaceutical names are not famous because of how much they have helped people; they are famous because of how much they have harmed people. Every year, pharmaceutical companies release several new types of medication; and every year some people suffer from medication related problems. How does pharmaceutical drug liability work and what should you do when your medication harms you? Understanding the Chain of Distribution Prescription drugs are one of the more complicated products on the market when it comes to proving liability.
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The Importance Of Substantiating Evidence When Petitioning For Lowered Child Support Payments

Posted on: 30 November 2014

Non-payment of child support could lead to an arrest warrant regardless of the reason why the payments were not made. This is true even when someone is facing dire financial hardships. A self-employed, non-custodial parent who is having trouble making payments due to loss of income should file a petition in family court for a lowered amount. The petition must include evidence substantiating the loss of income and why revenue levels are not likely to improve in the future.
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