Journey Through Real Estate Law

3 Different Options For Securing Collateral Bail

If you suddenly find yourself in jail, you are likely looking for any possible option to get yourself out on bail, assuming it is offered to you. While putting up cash is obviously the easiest choice to make bail, some court systems may accept other forms of collateral instead of cash. Here are some ideas on how to post a collateral bail so you can get out of jail and back to your family as soon as possible. Read More 

Can You Sue For Personal Injury If You’ve Been Assaulted?

You were attacked by a random coworker, assaulted by an ex, or beaten up by an angry individual. If you are like most people after these incidents, you will call the cops and file a criminal complaint so the person responsible will be arrested. This is the criminal side of the law, and it is most definitely important to ensure people who are responsible for an assault get the criminal charges they deserve. Read More 

Choosing A Trust For Your Estate: What You Need To Know

The trust dates back generations to its development by English nobility. It was designed to protect property and ensure it would be passed down in the way they wished, without fear of interference by the government, after their deaths. Today, the trust is a financial planning tool utilized by investors. Trusts also help protect estates from entering probate and the related cost. The following are some things you should consider when choosing a trust: Read More 

Getting Divorced? What You Should Know About Pet Custody

As a general rule, when you think about divorce and custody battles, you think about children, right? Well, custody battles don't necessarily have to involve children. In fact, it is becoming more and more common for custody battles to involve pets. Many couples decide not to have children. To fill that void, they have a pet instead. To them, their pet is their child. In most jurisdictions, pets are considered property. Read More 

3 Things You Should Do When You Are Involved In A Custody Dispute

When you are involved in a custody dispute, you and your partner still have to parent your child. You still need to work together. Working together will show that you are putting the best interests of your child first and can help your case in court. Working together will also benefit your child. Share Health & Educational Information Make sure that you continue to share information about your child with the other parent. Read More 

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Journey Through Real Estate Law

Hey there. Welcome to my site. I'm Giles Giroux. I made this site to explore the world of real estate law. The process of buying or selling a home is fraught with difficulties that could lead to costly legal matters. Securing an attorney in the beginning stages could save everyone a lot of trouble and money in the end. I learned about the importance of hiring an attorney during my first home purchase. I was clueless about the entire process from required forms to the safe exchange of funds. I was also unaware of the requirements for inspections and repairs before the sale could go through. Thankfully, I ended up with an attorney who could help me with those matters. I will use this site to explore similar matters and discuss them with my readers. I hope you come back soon to visit my site.