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life care plan

What is a life care plan?

June 13, 2022 by Leave your thoughts

Personal injury lawyers use a life care plan when the victim does not make a complete recovery from the injury, and is expected to have substantial medical expenses in the future. The court can only issue one judgement, and the jury can only issue one verdict for damages, against a defendant. Therefore, if the plaintiff has not fully recovered at...

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questions at trial

What kinds of questions will they ask me at trial?

May 28, 2022 by Leave your thoughts

Honesty is essential while answering questions during trial. A witness must be trustworthy. Give concise answers and be confident in your answers. Keep in mind that you are not there to dispute. That is the lawyer’s responsibility. It is impossible to “win” at trial. The opposing lawyer has prepared his trial questions for hours. According to several estimates, a lawyer...

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we stopped following the parenting plan, now what?

My ex and I stopped following the parenting plan, now what?

May 18, 2022 by 1 Comment

With so many divorced parents and blended families out there, parenting conflicts arise frequently. If you’re divorced or separated from your child’s other parent, your experience might range from pleasant co-parenting to all-out conflict. Oftentimes, parents will deviate from the parenting time agreement, only to find that one parent suddenly wants to go back to it. Here’s what can often...

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how to answer interrogatories

How do I answer interrogatories?

May 10, 2022 by Leave your thoughts

Interrogatories are questions sent by the opposing party to be answered under oath. They can be used in various types of cases – most frequently family law and civil litigation cases. You must respond to interrogatories in writing to the best of your ability. If you fail to accurately respond to an interrogatory question and the opposing party discovers that...

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What should I do if the police call and tell me they have an arrest warrant for me?

What should I do if the police call and tell me they have an arrest warrant for me?

April 25, 2022 by Leave your thoughts

A police officer requests that a judge sign an arrest warrant after preparing a sworn statement of allegations against you that the officer believes proves you committed a crime. It’s critical to understand that our criminal justice system is adversarial. meaning that once the police and prosecutors believe there is evidence of a crime, it is their job to try...

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What if we're getting divorced and are upside down on our home?

What if we’re getting divorced and are upside down on our home?

April 18, 2022 by Leave your thoughts

One of the questions we hear frequently when people are contemplating divorce isΒ What if we’re getting divorced and are upside down on our home? If you’re lucky, you’ll have equity in your home, money in the bank, and a couple of retirement accounts when you divorce. In that situation, you’ll be more at ease after the marital assets are divided....

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what does it mean to be a habitual offender

What does it mean to be a certified habitual offender?

March 30, 2022 by Leave your thoughts

Exactly What is a Certified Habitual Offender? It’s crucial to understand that being designated a “habitual offender” by the DMV does not always mean you’ve committed a crime and haven’t been charged with one. The term “habitual offender” simply means, in plan English, that you have a terrible driving record. The NH Department of Safety has compiled a list of...

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