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Recovering Your Reputation

While in college, I earned a graduate degree in accounting. After obtaining my degree, I taught accounting at my alma mater for five years. During my teaching stint, my college introduced a degree program in forensic accounting. This branch of accounting utterly amazed me. I was surprised at the vast the number of people who are charged with crimes each year relating to accounting transactions. Have you recently been charged with a serious accounting crime? To clear your reputation, you should definitely consider hiring a reputable, experienced criminal attorney. On this blog, you will discover the most successful defenses criminal attorneys use to clear a client charged with accounting crimes.

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The Invaluable Assistance Of A Professional Legal Advisor In Your Estate Planning Process

The ready availability of information guiding will creation has made estate planning less challenging. However, failure to understand the law increases the chances of errors, especially for people who handle the process themselves. Unfortunately, some mistakes made in estate plans become evident after the person has passed on. In such cases, family members spend a lot of time and resources rectifying the errors. Some issues also result in lengthy court battles causing rifts between family members. Read More 

How To Prove Your Innocence Before A Criminal Case Goes To Trial

A person who has been charged with a crime may think the cops have arrested them under false pretenses or based on faulty evidence. Fortunately, the criminal law system provides two key tools for proving the state's case isn't strong enough to gain a conviction in court. Typically, a criminal law attorney will follow these steps if they believe they can disprove the state's case against a client. Questioning the Charges Read More 

Seat Belt Injuries: How To Be Compensated

Everything about a car accident can affect a victim – even the things that were meant to keep them safe. Seat belts save lives by restraining drivers so they are not bouncing around inside the vehicle or ejected. However, the seat belts themselves can create their own category of injuries after a crash. To find out more about seat belt injuries and how victims can be compensated, read on. Common Seat Belt Injuries Read More 

Convincing Reasons to Retain an Experienced Drug Crime Attorney

When you have been arrested on a drug-related offense, you have a limited opportunity to defend yourself against the charge. You may not want to bank your case on your own lack of legal knowledge and finesse in the courtroom. You need an assertive lawyer to take your case and speak for you. To launch the best chance of avoiding serious punishments like jail time and expensive fines, you need to find and retain the best legal counsel available in your area. Read More 

When You Have Issues With A Last Will And Testament: What To Know

Wills allow the deceased to have a personal say in how their possessions are distributed after death. Many times, a will is probated without any issues popping up. In some cases, however, someone may disagree with a provision before probate can become final. If someone takes legal action to protest the will, that is known as contesting the will. Read on to learn more. A Serious Legal Matter Before you decide to take legal action, speak to an estate planning lawyer. Read More