Why A Dog Owner May Not Be Able To Use Self-Defense During A Dog Bite Injury Case

Posted on: 23 January 2018
Self-defense is one of the claims a dog owner can use to avoid being held liable for their animal's actions. They may succeed if they can prove that you attacked them or they thought you would attack them, and the dog only bit you to defend them. However, there are also cases where self-defense may not apply even if you attacked the dog owner or they thought you were attacking them:
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Tips For Keeping Your Legal Cost Low During A Divorce

Posted on: 9 January 2018
Are you planning on getting a divorce, but worried about how much it is going to cost you in legal fees? If so, know that there are some ways to save money during your divorce proceedings. Here are 4 ways that you can do it. Get Organized The initial stage of working with a lawyer will involve gathering information about your divorce. Thankfully, there is a lot of prep work that you can do on your own before you even contact a lawyer.
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3 Situations That Warrant Help From A Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Posted on: 4 January 2018
Navigating the real estate market can be difficult at times as there are so many rules and factors to take into account. Fortunately, real estate lawyers are available to make this process as stress-free as possible from a legal standpoint. They are helpful in many real estate situations.  Purchase Agreements  Perhaps one of the most important documents you'll sign when buying a home is the purchase agreement. It's a legally binding agreement between you and the seller.
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When Custody Is In Question: Do's And Don'ts

Posted on: 20 September 2017
Parents that are able to agree on what is best for their minor children usually end up spending a lot less time litigating the issue in court. If you and your spouse are in disagreement over who will make the best custodial parent, however, you may face some additional scrutiny. Family court judges may order that a child-parent study be done to help determine custody, and they often use specially-trained experts to help them decide.
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