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How To Create A Packet For Your Divorce Attorney

Are you about to go through the process of divorce? You can help your divorce attorney help you by putting together a packet for your first meeting with them. Your divorce attorney will need to know a lot of information if they are to properly advocate for you. The goal of your attorney will be […]

How Can I Keep A DUI Charge Off My Record?

Getting charged with a driving-under-the-influence charge can be frustrating. You will need to be sure that you do everything that you can in order to fight against it. This is the type of charge that will stick to you for a long time and can prevent you from gaining employment, running for office and enjoying […]

Special Education And The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), was signed into law in 1975 to provide a free and appropriate public education to students with disabilities. Appropriate is the key word of IDEA, because before it was passed, very few accommodations were provided for disabled students in state public school systems. Programs for disabled students before […]

Handling Car Accidents In No-Fault States

If you plan on moving to one of the twelve states (including the District of Columbia) that require no-fault insurance, you might want to find out how that differs from your current policy. The following takes a look at how no-fault insurance works and what it means for you the next time you make an […]