What Underage Drivers Need To Know About DUIs

To keep underage drinking and driving at a minimum, most every state has a zero-tolerance law that apply to drivers under the age of 21. Underage DUIs have many consequences that can impact a young person's life for years to come. Here is what you need to know: What Is a Zero Tolerance Offense? Drivers who are under age 21 must not drink any amount of alcohol and drive a vehicle. [Read More]

Family Law: Should You Get a Prenup Before Marriage?

If you plan to get married soon but will inherit a small fortune in the future, you may wonder if you should protect your inheritance. Although many people love their future spouses very much, some marriages can unexpectedly end in divorce. Unless an individual obtains a prenup before marriage, family law may reward a portion of their inheritance to the divorcing spouse. Learn more about a prenup and how you may obtain one below. [Read More]

Stopping Those Ridiculous Robocalls

Spam calls and robocalls have become such a problem that it's now expected that people will screen all their calls and not pick up unless they have identified the caller as someone they know. However, some may want to go further, blocking companies from calling in the first place. There are a number of ways to stop spam calls, and if none of them work, there is always the option of a lawsuit. [Read More]

What To Do After An Auto Accident

It's natural to be confused after a car accident. You may be hurt and wondering why it had to be you who was hit by the careless driver. For some straightforward help, this article will tell you what you should do after an accident to enhance your ability to be compensated. After the Accident: Avoid speaking to anyone at the accident scene except law enforcement and medical personnel. If possible, take pictures of both wrecked vehicles. [Read More]