There are special circumstances that apply if depending on how the driving suspension took place, and we discuss the varying paths to restoring those privileges.
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If you have a roommate under house arrest, it can affect the rights of everyone in the household.
An estate planning pothole easy to avoid is not reviewing your estate plan after a remarriage. Frequently, we see where Mom or Dad remarries and leaves everything to the second spouse. When the second spouse dies, his or her children inherit everything and the children from the first marriage receive nothing.
Your estate plan will likely need to be updated at some point. An estate plan represents a snapshot of your life at the time you create the plan along with your state laws then in effect. Later changes in your life or the law can affect your estate plan.
It's a common question, and it may have bearing on you if your car is impounded. How does it work and is any evidence found permissible in court?