About Me
A Meaningful Job

When I was a kid, many of my friends wanted to be firefighters, teachers, and policemen when they grew up. Interestingly, I told everyone who was interested that I wanted to be a lawyer. I was fascinated with crime shows. While watching my favorite television programs as a child, I was captivated by actors who played the roles of tough, successful lawyers. No matter what they were facing at trial, they always discovered the truth in every case. While I majored in business instead of law, I still have an amazing appreciation for the work attorneys do today. On this blog, I hope you will discover the importance of lawyers in our society. Enjoy!


Are You Divorcing An Alcoholic? What You Need To Know

14 April 2016
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More than 76 million people are currently affected by alcohol dependence. If you are divorcing your spouse because they are an alcoholic, this makes an impact on your divorce. Below are some things you need to know to ensure you have no problems while you are going through this. Having Problems with Custody Your spouse will have problems being a good parent because of their alcohol abuse. This is even true if they only drink when they are away from the children. Read More …

Five Defense Options To Consider In Your Wrongful Death Case

13 April 2016
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Although some people may believe that wrongful death lawsuits are difficult to defend against, the truth is that you do have some options. If you've been served with papers for a wrongful death suit, it's important that you act right away. The sooner you start working with a wrongful death attorney, the easier it will be to determine how to defend yourself in court. Here are a few of the most common defenses that may apply to your situation. Read More …

How To Keep Your Child Safe On The Playground

13 April 2016
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More than 200,000 children are injured on playgrounds around the United States each year severely enough to send them to the emergency room. While more than half of these injuries are relatively minor (cuts, bruises, scrapes), a significant number of playground inuries are more serious, requiring hospitalization and lengthy treatment.  What's more, 147 children died on playgrounds between 1990 and 2000, according to the Center for Disease Control. Those can be scary statistics for any parent or caregiver. Read More …

Faqs About Resisting Arrest

11 April 2016
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Depending on the state in which you live, a resisting arrest charge can be a felony. There are very few acceptable defenses for this scenario, but if the arrest was unlawful, you might have a case. If you were charged and feel that you had a good reason for resisting the arrest, here is what you need to know.   What Is Considered a Good Reason? Whether or not your reason for resisting arrest is a good reason depends largely on the state in which you were arrested. Read More …

Questions to Ask Your Criminal Defense Attorney

7 April 2016
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When you are charged with a crime, it is crucial that you find high-quality legal representation. It is even more important that you communicate properly with your criminal defense attorney. You likely have many questions and concerns to address, so write them down prior to your initial meeting. Make sure you include the following questions, as they are important for your protection and the outcome of your legal situation. What You Should Do (or Not Do) Read More …