Marital property is defined as the assets acquired during a marriage.
If you have ever been pulled over at a traffic stop, you have probably had a million different questions running through your mind about what to do when you are pulled over.
In the midst of graduation and prom season, one of the most common topics for discussion among parents is how to talk to your kids about drinking and driving.
Getting a divorce can be an unpleasant experience, to say the least.
Is seeking temporary guardianship over a child a better solution than seeking permanent custody?
In the instance of a divorce or separation, the court will sometimes award joint legal custody of children to both parents, as long as both are viewed as competent caretakers.
Along with the introduction of new technology and texting, came those daring enough to attempt it while driving.
Filing for divorce once meant that one spouse had to have committed a wrongdoing against the other in order to be qualified for a divorce.
Premises liability refers to the legal responsibilities that property owners have in reasonably maintaining their property in order to avoid inadvertently causing harm to others.
Distracted driving is one of the top traffic safety issues for concerned drivers, according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
The act of drinking alcohol is not going away any time soon.
While divorce rates have risen over the last 50 years, another surprising change has occurred.
The term “social host” refers to adults who host underage drinking parties.
Life after divorce requires a whole lot of adjustment.
Drunk, impaired and drugged driving results in a death every thirty minutes.
Joint custody is a commonly considered option for divorced parties.
Are you the victim of a DUI arrest? This article will help you to understand what to do if you have been arrested for
The first step to employing a successful DUI defense is to gather all of the evidence needed to support your case.
The penalty for domestic assault and battery can vary depending on whether or not it’s classified as simple assault.
Where personal injury law is concerned, assault and battery are considered intentional torts (or wrongs).