A Motorcycle Accident Lawyer On the Sides of Riders

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Personal Injury Lawyer Motorcyclists have many unfair biases against them, including that they are reckless, irresponsible, or in a gang. These biases are based in myth and ignorance. On the contrary motorcyclists tend to be avid drivers who are well versed in road conditions of all kinds. They are known for their road safety practices… Read More »

Confidentiality Agreements

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Business Lawyer Confidentiality agreements, also referred to as non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), can help protect the viability of your business. Essentially, these agreements are written contracts that prohibit employees and independent contractors from sharing your company’s trade secrets along with other protected business information. All employers must take great care when crafting these type of agreements,… Read More »

When a Party Breaches a Contract Agreement

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Family Lawyer When two or more people enter a contract together, every party is typically under the general assumption that the terms will be abided by. Unfortunately, one or more of the people who are part of this contract may breach the terms listed. When this happens, a business owner or individual person may suffer… Read More »

Will a Custody Agreement Ever Be Reached?

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Bloomington Family Lawyer The time following a parental separation or divorce can feel like a roller coaster of emotions. You will be facing many unknowns that may include financial loss, housing changes and child custody situations. The list can go on. It’s important to keep your children at the forefront of negotiations because they will… Read More »

Should I Get Emancipated as a Minor?

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Family Lawyer Bloomington, IL Parents or legal guardians are legally responsible for providing for all the needs of their children including food, clothing, safety, and education until their children are considered adults (generally at 18 years old). However, many states allow children to petition the court to become emancipated from their parents. What is emancipation?… Read More »