If you have applied for a green card, there is a good chance that you are going to need to go through an interview process. Here are a few tips that will help prepare you for your green card interview at your local U.S. consulate or office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. #1 Go Over Your Application The first thing that you want to do is pull out your application for your green card and review all of the information that is on the application. [Read More]
Is Collaborative Divorce Right For You?
In recent years, the concept of collaborative divorce has become increasingly popular. In this process, couples choose to become separated or to divorce without pursuing litigation. Both parties sign a document at the beginning of the proceedings stating that if the case goes to court, both party's lawyers must drop out. This is to encourage mediation. If you think collaborative divorce is the next step for your family, read on to learn more about your options. [Read More]
Grandma Got Run Over By A...Pick-Up? Legal Actions To Pursue
The elderly are most at risk for accidents both in and out of an automobile. As drivers, they are unable to react as quickly because their response time has slowed with age or because their arthritis makes it impossible to move as fast. As pedestrians, they may not see the speeding car hurtling toward them, or impatient drivers may hit the elderly. Regardless of the situation, if your grandma (or grandpa) got run over or hit by a vehicle of any kind, you need to take legal action. [Read More]
Don't Let A Statute Of Limitations Jeopardize Your Personal Injury Claim
When you are the victim of the negligent actions of another person, business, or other entity, from a moral standpoint, you are always justified in your request for compensation. This is true no matter the circumstances. However, in the eyes of the law, your right to compensation does have an expiration date. Ignoring or overlooking this factor can have significant and lasting consequences. Statute Of Limitations One could say that the term statute of limitations is basically legal jargon for an expiration clock. [Read More]