Will Your Money Be Returned When Bailing Someone Out?

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If you will be bailing someone out of court, you might be wondering if you will get your money back. As long as the individual attends all of their scheduled court hearings, you will receive your money back minus a fee for administrative costs. However, it may be a better idea to choose a surety bond. Surety Bonds If you choose a surety bond, you will pay ten percent of the cost of the bail and the rest of the money will be paid for by the bondsman.

27 April 2021

Why You Should Seek An Environmental Lawyer Immediately If Your Business Has Been Accused Of Violating Environmental Laws

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If your business has been accused of violating environmental laws -- such as if you have received some sort of official letter in the mail about things like pollution or not using approved equipment or practices when conducting business -- then the very first thing that you will probably want and need to do is to start looking for a good environmental lawyer. You should not wait around to hire one of these lawyers, and you shouldn't skip the process of getting legal representation entirely, either.

30 March 2021

The Importance Of Being Bailed Out Of Jail

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When someone is arrested, they will be booked in jail. At this point, all of their personal information like their full name, birth date, and address will be collected, they will be fingerprinted and photographed. Generally, within 48 hours from the time of their arrest, they will be given a hearing where their bail amount will be determined. It is going to be the best-case scenario for the person to be bailed out of jail.

1 March 2021

Reasons Immigrants Should Get Help From Consultants

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If you're trying to immigrate to another country, there is a process you have to get through first. If you want to manage it better from the very beginning, then work with a consultant that can provide these things. Go Over Reasons For Denial If you know why immigrants are denied access to a new country very early on in this process, you can actively avoid problems with the steps you perform.

26 January 2021

Wills Vs. Living Trusts: Which One Is Right For Your Estate Planning Needs?

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If you've been trying to decide how your estate should be divided after you pass away, you're probably familiar with writing a will. Although many people neglect to write a will before they pass, they're the common choice for specifying how assets should be distributed among friends, family and charity. However, you also have the option of forming a living trust in order to decide how your assets should be divided.

28 December 2020

5 Signs You Should Hire A Tenant Lawyer

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Renting an apartment offers many advantages over owning, such as lower maintenance costs, fewer upfront expenses, and more flexibility. However, it comes with its disadvantages as well. Sometimes landlords can treat tenants and unfairly and may even try to evict them unjustly. If you believe your landlord is violating your rights, a tenant lawyer may be able to help. Here are some signs you should hire a tenant lawyer. Your Landlord is Discriminating Against You

28 November 2020

5 Things To Know About Getting A Speeding Ticket

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Were you given a speeding ticket that you do not feel was justified? If so, you'll likely want to challenge the tickets and go to court. However, there are a few things that you should be aware of before you step into the courtroom. Always Be Courteous  As much as you want to get mad about the ticket that you received, getting angry is one way to ensure that you pay the full price.

28 October 2020

Fighting for Custody: Is It Worth It?

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Many divorcing couples choose to agree to joint custody, while others settle with sole custody rights, which gives one parent complete rights to the kids. If you are not happy with the custody settlement you have, you might decide to fight for sole custody rights of your kids. If this is something you are considering, here are several things to know before entering a custody battle. Consider the Current Setup and What You Do Not Like About It

30 September 2020

Don't Make Sudden Decisions During An Eviction

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If you are being evicted, you do not want to act rashly by packing up and immediately moving out. There is a whole process that your landlord needs to follow. When you receive an eviction notice, the landlord is informing you that you need to move out by a specific date. If you do not move out by that date, the landlord then usually needs to get a court order and this will take time.

27 August 2020

Search Warrants & DWI Charges

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When you face DWI charges, you are looking for any lifeline that can help you in the court. When you go to your trial, you want to be acquainted with the law and have an understanding of the laws surrounding search and seizure at the scene. After all, you could be charged with a DWI unfairly because of a bad search warrant. You have a lot to be concerned about with search warrants, especially if you are facing charges.

28 July 2020