6 Facts To Know Before Suing Your Child’s School After A Slip And Fall Accident

Every parent dreads the idea of receiving a phone call from the school reporting that their child has been injured in a slip and fall accident. While schools primarily focus is on educating the kids that attend them, the administrators and teachers must do their best to protect the students from these kinds of injuries. Read up on the facts about bringing a lawsuit against your child's school for an injury before announcing your plans to the local board of education. Read More 

3 Things To Do Immediately After Getting Your First DUI

Have you just received your first DUI? It can be a scary and confusing time, especially if you've never been in trouble with the law previously in any way. You are probably wondering if you will go to jail, if you will lose your driver's license, if your insurance rates will go up (or if your insurance company will drop you), and if you will have to pay a ton of money in fines, among other things. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Spousal Support In North Dakota

Are you going through a divorce in North Dakota? You might have talked to your divorce attorney about spousal support (also known as alimony). If your spouse acquired a large amount of assets during your marriage while you did the majority of the work of raising the children and/or keeping the house, you may feel entitled to either part of those assets, or a regular income from your spouse after your divorce. Read More 

Is Collaborative Divorce Right For You?

A typical divorce can leave both partners out-of-pocket. Experts estimate that the average cost of a divorce in the United States is between $15,000 and $30,000, which is a sobering thought when you consider the average cost of the wedding is under $28,000. Many couples now turn to collaborative divorce to avoid some of the costs that a case can incur, but you may not fully understand what this process entails. Read More 

Defective Cars And Auto Accidents: Advice For Drivers

Auto accidents happen for many reasons, but some collisions occur because one of the vehicles involved is defective. In some cases, manufacturers find a fault and recall a batch of cars, but if the drivers are unaware of the issue, an accident could follow. Find out how a defective vehicle can affect liability in an accident, and learn more about your legal options in these cases with your traffic accident attorney. Read More