Why Traffic Police May Suspect You Of DUI

17 July 2018
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Have you ever wondered why the police suspect some people of DUI (driving under the influence) and not others? Well, here are some of the things that may make the police suspect that you are intoxicated and driving: You Are Driving Erratically The police may suspect you of intoxicated driving even before stopping you. This may be the case, for example, if you are driving over the centerline, you are speeding, or you are weaving in and out of lanes. Read More 

Things To Have Your Family Lawyer Discuss Concerning Child Custody

1 June 2018
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If you and the other parent of your children are separating, it is important to make sure that you are hashing out all of the details of the child custody arrangement. This is done with the help of a family lawyer, but you will want to come to your consultation with a list of things you want to ensure that he or she will address for you on your behalf. Some of those things include: Read More 

3 Reasons You Need To Be Punctual On Visits During A Child Custody Case

22 February 2017
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No matter how amicable or dramatic a divorce may be, parents must prioritize their kids throughout the divorce proceeding and custody battle. While you are battling for custody of your children, you need to always be punctual on visits when you are picking up your kids and bringing them back to your ex. Negotiating and agreeing to a transportation plan can be an important part of coming to terms with the divorce, and it is very important to take it seriously. Read More 

Before You File for Divorce, Prepare Yourself in These Ways

10 October 2016
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Your relationship with your spouse may have deteriorated to the point where you are seriously thinking about ending your marriage altogether. In order to ensure that you don't make any rash decisions that could cause trouble for you in a divorce settlement, it's smart to take the following actions before you sit down with an attorney to file divorce papers. Visit a Mental Health Professional or Pastor While you may not feel that your emotional state is a problem, just your marriage, it is a valuable use of your time to consult a mental health professional before you go through with a divorce. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Understand About Workplace Sexual Harassment In Washington

1 September 2016
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If you feel that you have experienced workplace sexual harassment and want to pursue a case against your employers in the state of Washington, here are three things that you need to understand about how sexual harassment laws work, protect you, and allow you to seek compensation in the state of Washington.  #1 Washington Has It's Own Discrimination Law In addition to federal statues, Washington state also has its own discrimination laws that are broader and can be applied to more situations than the federal law. Read More