Saturday, November 27, 2010
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
If you hire a fake lawyer, not only do you lose the money you gave them, but you could end up with a warrant for your arrest, larger fines, jail time, and points on your driving record because the false attorney did not do a thing for you through the courts. Do not fall victim. If someone is scamming you, get their information and call the Nevada Bar and the police immediately
Give the State Bar the name of the attorney and ask them if he or she is licensed in Nevada. Only then should you feel comfortable hiring the person. You may also call The Wright Law Offices and we will check to see whether someone is really an attorney for you.
Caveat Emptor: Let the buyer beware. Usually this applies to products or goods, but, in this case, apply it to your legal representation.
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Many are disenchanted by marriage. Divorce was a part of their childhood or adulthood. The romance and tradition of weddings could not make up for the misery of divorce.
As a result, families spring up without . Parents make children without acquiring a civil recognition of the union, thereby not acquiring all the rights that marriage affords.
Then came forward individuals who never could marry but wanted to. Traditionalists refused them the right to marry. Instead, traditionalists gave them a "separate but equal" option called “civil unions” or “domestic partnerships.” While not given all the rights of marriage, these gay folks could now enjoy many of the rights.
While society continues to treat gays as second class citizens, their plight, ironically, has provided more freedom for others. Domestic partnerships are not relegated only to gays, but heterosexual couples now may form these unions and avoid the annoying aspects of an institution that has failed them, namely marriage.
If you wish to form a , you may run into some of the same legal situations that marriage and divorce present, therefore consulting an attorney in advance is prudent.