Collecting Alimony from Your Ex-Husband

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If you have an ex husband who is not fulfilling his moral and legal obligation to pay you alimony, you may have recourse. An Divorce Lawyer Peoria IL trusts can help you pursue legal action against your former spouse and assist you in getting the financial support you are entitled to by law. A Legally… Read More »

The Similarities and Differences Between Criminal and Civil Cases

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The legal system is designed to provide a platform in which people can iron out their differences. Whether your case will be heard in civil or criminal court depends on the type of complaint you are bringing forth. The following is an overview of how the justice system works and where cases are generally filed.… Read More »

What Should You Not Do Before Bankruptcy

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Transfer Assets Out of Your Name Some people think they can try to play games and give assets away to relatives or transfer assets to other people. What they may not realize is the potential liability they are creating themselves up to, both criminally and in potentially having their bankruptcy denied. Part of the bankruptcy… Read More »

Accidental Shooting

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Guns are a controversial topic in America, but regardless of your political stance on them they are a reality and a feature of many homes. Many Americans own guns for either home defense or sport, and do so safely. Still, every gun owner must be aware of the responsibilities that come with having the weapon,… Read More »

DUI: Don’t Try to Do-It-Yourself

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Every day when I walk into court, I find 5-6 people who have shown up for a trial on an “incarcerable” charge – one that carries the possibility of jail time – who think they might be able to save money by not hiring an attorney to represent them. Usually, by the time the judge… Read More »