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General Attorneys: Lives and Careers Did you know that in order to become an attorney in the United States, one must first earn a bachelor's degree. They must then apply to and get accepted to a law school, where they will spend three to four years studying law, specifically. They then have to pass a bar exam in order to legally be allowed to practice in their state. It's no secret that lawyers are well-educated, and they can get the job done when you need them to. Rely on a general attorney for your legal and representation needs, and dig into this blog to learn more about the profession.

Posted on: 19 November 2021
It's common for parents to fight for custody of their children in a divorce, but what if the kids haven't been born yet? Increasingly, separating couples find themselves in the unenviable position of fighting for possession of frozen embryos created during inf

Posted on: 7 October 2021
Actions by law enforcement are not always just or legal. They do make mistakes from time to time and the results of that mistake can be devastating for those suffering from the embarrassment of an arrest and other damages. You can sue law enforcement for false

Posted on: 30 August 2021
Parents will face some tough decisions with divorce. In many cases, the marital strife that led to a break-up could also affect parenting issues like child custody and visitation. Some parents wonder if a custody agreement that includes splitting up siblings i

Posted on: 28 May 2021
Personal injury cases are common, but that doesn't mean they are always easy to win. There are many problems that can arise with personal injury cases. While a minor issue may simply reduce your settlement, a major issue could result in you getting nothing. If