How You Are Randomly Selected for Jury Duty
27 February 2018
The judicial system always says that people are randomly selected for jury duty. Well, that is only partially true. The thing is, if you cast a vote in a ballot box or have a driver's license, you would be on the judicial radar as someone that could do jury duty. Never getting called for jury duty your entire life is rather unheard of, but not unlikely. Here is more on this particular method of randomly selecting you as a juror to appear.
Does Your Message Require A Trademark?
26 January 2018
If you had a great new idea for an innovative product, you would probably rush out to get a patent before you started to work on bringing the idea to market. But what about when your idea relates to a brand new way of conceptualizing a product or service? That is essentially what a brand is about. Why shouldn't you protect your unique message? Here are some reasons why trademarking is important to your business.
3 Advantages of Hiring Your Own Real Estate Attorney for a Property Closing
23 December 2017
Once you have found the property you want and the offer you make is accepted, all of the red tape comes out. This is when the legal contracts are made and all of the necessary arrangements take place so you can take ownership of your new home. Normally, the bank or lender you are working with will provide their own attorney to oversee the closing when you buy a piece of real estate property.
Think You Know How Your Spouse's Mental Health Will Affect Your Divorce? Think Again!
20 November 2017
Mental illness is a tricky subject to handle when it comes to divorce proceedings -- and a lot of people really don't understand how the issue can actually play out in court. Instead, they operate on outdated assumptions about how mental illness is viewed by the legal system and that can backfire on them in a big way.
If you're divorcing a spouse who has a mental illness, these are some of the things that you need to consider: