If you've been arrested for OVI, things will move fast. Here's what you can expect to happen and how it will affect your case. OVI Test You will likely be required to take an OVI test at the scene, at a police station, or at a hospital. There are several different types of tests. These include breath, blood, urine, and field sobriety tests. A prosecutor will try to use the results of these different tests to prove that you are guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. [Read More]
How To Create A Will
A will is a very important estate planning document. If you don't have a will, your relatives may need to go through a lengthy court process, and your belongings may not go to the people you wanted them to. The same thing can happen if your will isn't legally valid. Here's what you need to know about writing a will and when you should have a wills lawyer. Create a List of All of Your Assets [Read More]
Why A Bankruptcy Attorney May Not Work With A Client
There are plenty of legal matters that an individual can handle on their own, but bankruptcy is not one of them. Without an attorney, navigating bankruptcy can be dangerous and may even leave an individual in the same predicament they were in before they filled. However, while an attorney is important, some people are surprised to discover that there are some instances where a bankruptcy attorney will not work with a client. [Read More]
How Can Your Personal Injury Lawyer Prove The Other Driver Was At Fault After A Car Crash?
Getting involved in a car accident can be a traumatizing experience. To begin with, you may have extensive car damage that would require you to pay an exorbitant amount of money to repair it. Secondly, you may have acquired several injuries due to the crash in the form of whiplash, a herniated disc, cuts, neck injuries, and so on. Naturally, if you were not the cause of the accident, you will likely want the negligent party to pay for all the expenses that you have incurred due to the accident. [Read More]