Tips For Increasing Your Chances For A Successful Divorce Mediation For Property
19 November 2014
If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, you both may decide to try going through mediation to discuss the division of your marital property before taking your case to court. Use the tips below to prepare yourself beforehand to increase your chances of being successful.
Write Everything Down
Before you go to the meeting, you should have a clear picture of what you want to accomplish during the mediation proceedings.
Understanding The Burden Of Proof In A Wrongful Death Case
18 November 2014
Losing a loved one can be hard enough without knowing it might have been the result of someone else's negligence. If you decide that you should pursue a wrongful death case after speaking with an attorney, you will accept the fact that it will become partially your responsibility to gather evidence and information to prove that someone is indeed at fault.
This burden of proof must be addressed in a formal fashion even though you may feel that it is quite clear what has happened to cause the death of your loved one:
Emergency Tip: Control Food Poisoning With Activated Charcoal
14 November 2014
Food poisoning is something that you should be concerned about, even at home. Food poisoning can be a dangerous and costly affair. And you need to make sure you have a good personal injury lawyer on your side, should hospital bills pile up. But the first thing to deal with is your health. The following is a natural tip to help you deal with food poisoning if it does occur.
Can A Judge Close A Court Trial To The Public?
13 November 2014
Court trials often make for good drama. With more people becoming interested in the criminal law process and the ability to watch some trials on television, the rights of the public to watch everything has been questioned. Although Americans enjoy a constitutional right to witness trials, it might not always be possible.
The First and Sixth Amendments
The First Amendment allows for freedom of the press. The media often uses this amendment to justify its request to be present during trials and to even broadcast them on television.