If your adult son or daughter is addicted to drugs and has been arrested for theft as a first-time offender, it's obvious that you are concerned about their future. They may be facing jail time as a drug addict, which obviously isn't a good scenario. Fortunately, a pretrial diversion may be an option, which is an alternative to traditional court proceedings and is offered in at least 44 states. Of course, since your adult child is in jail, he or she may ask you for help in locating and hiring an attorney for them. [Read More]
4 Actions To Take Immediately After Being Notified Of A Complaint That Threatens Your Medical License
Becoming a doctor takes anywhere from 9 to 16 years of hard work, perseverance, and study, yet a single complaint about your conduct or care can threaten to end your entire career. Many doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals panic when they receive a notification of an investigation from their state's licensing board. Instead of panicking, call a trusted professional license attorney, then take these five actions to prepare for the challenges ahead. [Read More]
Do You Have Few Marital Assets But Plenty of Debt? How Can You Ensure Your Divorce Settlement Remains Equitable?
Making the tough decision to file for divorce from your long-time spouse can be one of the most difficult transitions of your life— particularly if you're leaving a high-debt marriage and are concerned about your ability to rebuild your financial future on a single income. While many divorce how-tos focus on the equitable division of assets, dividing debt in a fair and efficient way is equally as important. Being saddled with marital debt can cause resentment and regret, and it may even impact your ability to remarry. [Read More]
Bottoms Up! 3 Ways To Improve Your Chances Of Getting A Liquor License For A Restaurant
Getting a liquor license can really up your restaurant to a different ballgame, thanks to the fact that most adults enjoy ordering a glass of wine or a cocktail with their meal. To give you a better perspective, 70.7% of Americans ages 18 or older reported that they drank in the past year in 2013. Each state will have different requirements that need to be met before a liquor license can be issued. [Read More]