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5 Things You Didn’t Know About DUIs

Most people associate getting a DUI (driving under the influence) penalty with drunk driving. However, this is not always the case. DUIs cover more than just alcohol and you don’t have to be driving to get one. Regardless of what your situation, consulting a lawyer is the most important first step. Only a trained professional… more

Child Custody: Fighting the Battle

Going through a child custody battle can be exhausting and complex. While there are no statutes that say you have to procure a custody lawyer to move forward with your legal fight, anyone who wants to be successful in court will strongly consider hiring one. At the end of the day, of course, custody is… more

Divorce Rates in 2013: A Look Forward and a Look Back

According to the CDC’s National Vital Statistics System, divorce rates in the United States have held relatively steady – and even dropped somewhat – over the last decade. While the newest information is only current through 2011, the trend is clear: The CDC places the rate at 3.6 per 1,000 people for 2011, compared with… more

Gay Marriage and Law Offices

Great cultural change typically starts with a groundswell of support from those most affected by the issue, grows to include outside alliances, and finally turns the tide of national opinion. We are living in a time of such change as it pertains to the issue of same-sex marriage. While there is still significant opposition to… more

Law Employment in 2013: Signs of Decline

For much of the last five years, the employment outlook for aspiring lawyers has weakened, particularly in major cities across the U.S. According to the Law School Admission Council, law schools in 2013 are likely to see the lowest application rates in 30 years. This is part of a sharp decline that has trended since… more

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