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CarInsuranceComparison.com’s analysis showed that New York ranked as the 22nd worst state for 2017, based on the number of fatal crashes caused by motorists who drove under the (DUI) or while intoxicated (DWI). New York may not be the state with the worst drivers — that belongs to Montana — yet it does not downplay the fact that more should be done to address the problem. Unsafe Roads Montana’s ranking in the previous year stemmed from having...

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How to Be Successful in Your Fight for Child Custody

Divorce is never easy, that’s why finding a reputable family lawyer here in Kent is crucial. The whole process can affect family relationships in negative ways, and it’s even more complicated when children are involved. In this arduous journey, you need a professional adviser that will help with aspects of child’s custody that you can negotiate with your current spouse....

Colorado Intestate Succession: Do I Get to Inherit Something?

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If an individual who’s a resident of Colorado passed away and did not leave a Last Will and Testament, the Colorado Probate Code’s intestacy succession statutes would dictate who could inherit from the estate of the deceased individual. Here’s a basic summary of who gets to inherit according...

H1B Visa Applicant? 3 Things to Know About the Proposed Visa Reform

As soon as President Donald Trump sat in the office, he ordered an immigration order that bans refugees and certain immigrants from entering the country. His administration is also working on a proposed reform to the H1B visa. The H1B visa is an employment visa that...

When to Consider the Possibility of Divorce

The end of a marriage doesn’t happen overnight. It happens over a period of time and it usually has some signs. Whether you’re the one who actually initiates it with a divorce attorney on Long Island, NY, or the one who first realizes that ending the marriage may...

The Kids Aren’t Alright: Breaking the News About Divorce

You and your spouse have agreed that it’s time. The marriage isn’t working anymore. The partnership has to end before you both start fully hating the commitment. It’s time to move on....

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Reminders when You Encounter a Car Accident

Car accidents happen all the time in Kent and even outside Washington state. Though most accidents are preventable, there’s no use wishing it didn’t happen when it already did. What you have to do now is to remember what happened and establish who was at fault. There are also people you need to contact, to have the matter settled as soon as possible. Remember...

What it Really Takes to Become a Legal Nurse Consultant

Legal nurse consultants (LNCs) play many different roles in both the medical and the legal worlds. They help both sides decipher terminologies from the other party, which make communication between all parties involved clearer and more...

Don’t Let the Abuse of Your Spouse Continue

The sad and unfortunate truth when it comes to marriages is that many of them, particularly first marriages, don’t last. While recent studies have found that the divorce rate in the U.S. has gone down, and that Colorado has seen its...

3 Signs You’re Headed for a Messy Divorce

It may be hard to accept, but some marriage dissolutions end up messy. If your divorce is not going as collaborative as you want it to be, it is normal to think that it is going to be an ugly one. How your divorce will turn out may also...

The Game Theory Applied in Mediation

Game theory is the science of conflict and cooperation in a situation. Such theory addresses two situations. The zero-sum game, on the one hand, refers to one party winning and the other party losing. On the other hand, the non-zero sum game refers to one party winning but the other party not necessarily...

Stark Differences Between CRAR and Distress

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Distress is a right in common law that allows landlords to recover arrears in rent by seizing their tenant’s property. This was the legal way of landlords recovering rent arrears before Commercial Rent...

Faulty Vehicle Airbag: What Could You Legally Do?

Manufacturers make vehicles with safety devices. These include airbags and seatbelts. These protect you and your family in the case you get involved in an accident. Car manufacturers should ensure that...

After Jail Time: What Life Looks Like for Those with Records

In the U.S. alone, more than 40,000 state and federal statutes revolving around people with criminal records exist. The sad and unfortunate truth is none of these gives them hope for a second chance. All...

Four Cases That Qualify as Personal Injury

Individuals who are harmed by another person’s actions are always entitled to proper care and attention. If you find yourself in a situation like this, better determine if it passes as a personal injury...

How to Build a Strong Child Custody Case

Going through a child custody case can be very stressful. In spite of the anxieties and legal complexities involved, it is important you always keep your child’s best interest in mind. Since very...

I’m Bipolar: Can You Get Custody of Your Child?

Bipolar disorder, like other mental health problems, is manageable with treatment such as medications and therapy. If you’re worried that having it would affect your child custody case during a divorce,...

Understanding the Fifth Amendment: An Overview

A man in handcuffs sits in the middle of a bleak, interrogation room. A detective comes bursting through the door, hurls a close-up of the dead victim in front of the man and starts shouting profanities...