Menu

Learning About Criminal Law Cases


About Me

Learning About Criminal Law Cases

Hello, my name is Trinity Michaels. Welcome to my site about criminal law. When I was a young kid, I would watch court cases unfold on the TV screen whenever I had the chance. My interest in this field developed into a lifelong passion that I pursue to this day. I would like to use this site to help you learn all you can about criminal law cases. I will cover how they begin, the steps involved in navigating them easily and the potential results of each case type. I will cover charges, sentences and other factors involved in criminal law cases. Thank you.

Latest Posts

Why It Is So Hard For Undocumented Immigrants To Become Documented
8 June 2018

As a natural-born American citizen, you may find i

Tips For Your Upcoming Worker's Compensation Independent Medical Examination
8 June 2018

If you were injured at work and the worker's compe

Take The First Step With Your Workers' Compensation Claim
7 May 2018

Workers who get hurt while on the job or in a work

An Important Guide When Hiring A Sex Crime Attorney
6 April 2018

Sex crimes are serious offenses, and they can dras

6 Mistakes That Could Make It More Difficult To Be Compensated For Your Workers' Compensation Claim
6 March 2018

If you fail to get the compensation you need for y

Getting Through Your Divorce: When Both Parties Are Struggling With An Agreement

Divorce is seldom a simple process, but when two people are struggling to come to a final agreement, the process of divorce can get messy. Whether you are fighting over assets, debts, property or child custody, getting through your divorce unscathed is nearly impossible when both parties are still at odds with one another. If you believe you are being bullied by the other party in your divorce, it's time to consult with a divorce attorney to discuss your options.

You Must Share Assets and Debt

If you live in a state that is an equitable distribution state, assets and debts are divided up in a manner that is deemed fair to both parties. If you live in a community property state, assets and debts are divided down the middle. In a community property state, it doesn't matter if you make significantly less money than the other party. You will be required to pay half of the marital debt that was incurred during the course of your marriage. If you live in an equitable distribution state and you make far less money than your former spouse, it is highly likely that you won't have to pay off half of the marital debt.

Establishing Child Custody

If both parents are the legal parents of any children involved, custody should be split right down the middle. This means that you should share both physical and legal custody, with both of you making any decisions for the children in a collaborative effort. If the children of the marriage have a relationship with both of you, it is essential that you keep these relationships going. If one parent is unable to care for the children, or has been absent for an extended period of their lives, full custody should be considered. The best thing you can do for your children during a divorce is to establish a parenting plan, and try not to disrupt this plan in any meaningful way.

Mediation Can Be Attempted

Working with a mediator may help the two of you get through your divorce with an agreement. If you do not feel that the mediator is treating you fairly, then you have the right to legal representation. While the mediator is there to help the two of you come up with a reasonable divorce agreement, you may want another lawyer to look over this agreement for you to see if you are being treated fairly.

For more information, contact firms like Law Office of Jared T. Amos.