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 

Attorney- Client Privilege - What Does It Really Mean?

If you have been accused of a crime and hired an attorney, you may be wondering exactly what to tell your attorney. While he or she needs to know the truth in order to prepare your case, can the things that you say really be used against you? Your attorney may tell you that anything that you say is protected by attorney-client privilege, but exactly what does it really mean, and what does it cover? 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 

Personal Injury Law: How To Prove A Defective Product Liability Claim

According to recent statistics, plaintiffs won approximately 50% of all personal injury law cases that proceeded to trial. Of which, an average of $748,000 have been awarded for product liability cases. If you have suffered from an injury or other types of damages as a result of a using a particular product, you may have a defective product liability claim on your hands. Speak with a personal injury lawyer to determine whether you have sufficient evidence to prove your case, and to determine the amount of compensation that you should sue for. Read More 

Have You Been Bitten By A Dog In Florida? Here’s What You Need To Know About Florida Dog Bite Law

If you've been bitten by a dog in Florida, you should contact a personal injury attorney. There are laws in Florida that make the owner of a dog that bites liable for any injuries you receive. The degree of liability the owner will face is determined by a number of factors. These factors, plus the severity of your injury, will determine the amount of money your personal injury attorney can recover for you in court. Read More