What You Should Know About Temporary Restraining Orders During Divorce

Posted on: 14 August 2015

An automatic temporary restraining order is one you get when you or your spouse files for divorce. It is not the same restraining order you get to keep someone away from you (e.g. a stalker), but one that is meant to create guidelines for both spouses during divorce proceedings. Here is more information about this type of restraining order. Automatic Restraining Orders Protect Both Spouses The automatic temporary restraining order (ATROs) is not just meant to protect one person, but both spouses.
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3 Things That Can Affect Your Car Accident Case

Posted on: 30 July 2015

Getting into a car accident is never fun, especially when you feel you aren't responsible for the accident. Whenever this happens to you, you may have to file a personal injury claim in court to get the money to pay your medical and car repair bills. However, you need to be prepared just in case things don't go smoothly for you. Here are three things that can affect your car accident case.
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How States Deal With Driving Under The Influence Of Marijuana

Posted on: 17 July 2015

What does it mean to be driving under the influence of marijuana? Well, there isn't a single answer to this question, because states have different laws for cannabis intoxication and driving. There are three main ways in which states deal with driving while intoxicated with marijuana. In some states, you may be arrested for driving while intoxicated with marijuana if: You Have Any Amount Of The Drug In Your System
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What You Need To Know About Powers Of Attorney

Posted on: 29 June 2015

Giving someone power of attorney can be a useful tool, but the concept confuses many. If you have been advised that you need to complete a POA, you should know that there are several different types that are used for different purposes. For a guide to the four main types of power of attorney, read on. 1.  General Power Of Attorney This is the most commonly used POA and gives broad powers to the named agent.
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