Hire a Real Estate Attorney to Appeal Your Property Tax Amount

Posted on: 9 October 2018

When your local municipality calculates your property tax based off the estimated value of your home, you'll commonly just accept this number and pay it in installments throughout the year. However, it's possible that you might dramatically disagree with the property tax amount. Calling your local municipality to complain likely won't get you anywhere, but you shouldn't give up on righting this situation just yet. Instead, talk to a real estate attorney who has had past success representing homeowners who wish to appeal their property tax.
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Four Things You Should Understand When You Are Charged With A DUI

Posted on: 4 September 2018

Driving under the influence is a serious charge. Even when your blood alcohol level is slightly over the legal limit, the consequences of your DUI arrest can be painful. And this can be true even for a first time offender. You can lose your license, and depending upon what you do for a living, you could lose your job. Naturally, your insurance rates are going to increase dramatically. The following are a few things you should know.
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Ways To Avoid An Indecent Exposure Charge From Urinating In Public

Posted on: 7 August 2018

The last thing you want when performing a seemingly innocent act is be charged with a crime — especially a sex crime that forces you to register as a sex offender if you're found guilty. While many people commit sex crimes with bad intentions, others find themselves making mistakes and then paying the often-steep consequences. Getting charged with indecent exposure can be the result of a number of different actions, including something as innocent as urinating in public and having someone see you.
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Facing A DUI Conviction? What You Need To Do To Beat The Case

Posted on: 19 June 2018

If you have a potential drunk driving conviction looming over your head, you're probably dealing with a lot of different emotions. Just the thought of what could have happened on that fateful day is enough to give you pause, but when you consider how a conviction can change your life, the fear and anxiety can go through the roof. You must put into motion a plan of action which will minimize your chances of actually being convicted of driving under the influence (DUI).
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