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Exploring The Legal Process

Hello everyone! I'm Gael Phillips. It is nice to meet you. I'm here to talk to you about criminal laws, court proceedings and legal repercussions. I feel that sharing this knowledge is important, as many people do not realize how the legal process works. My first, and only, scrape with the law left me shaken. I did not know what to expect throughout the entire case, so I felt unprepared for the outcome. I hope to share my knowledge with people who are in need of support throughout the legal process. I will also post stories full of information about past legal cases for an idea about how the law works. The legal process doesn't need to be scary and mysterious. Sharing stories can give others the insight they need about their situation. Thanks for visiting, come back often!

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Should You Hire An Attorney To Consolidate Your Debts?
7 July 2021

Debt consolidation is an increasingly common tool

Information On Some Ways You Can Suffer A Personal Injury
2 June 2021

There are so many different types of personal inju

What Is Probate Law And When Will It Matter To You?
28 April 2021

Probate law is a portion of the larger set of esta

Can You Seek Spousal Support?
30 March 2021

DO NOT DELETE Spousal support also called alimony

How Environmental Lawyers Can Help Companies Today
25 February 2021

Companies sometimes have operations that will pote

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Should You Hire An Attorney To Consolidate Your Debts?

Debt consolidation is an increasingly common tool that allows people to get their finances under control. It's often seen as an alternative to bankruptcy, especially for folks who might not qualify to restructure their debts through that part of the system. Some people also use it just to collect all of their debts in one spot for improved manageability. Every bit of this process has attached legalities. For that reason, it's normal to have a debt consolidation attorney assist you. Read More 

Information On Some Ways You Can Suffer A Personal Injury

There are so many different types of personal injuries that can leave someone dealing with many different problems. From pain and physical limitations to medical expenses and loss of wages, there can be so many concerns that a person can deal with after an injury. If you have been injured, then you should know that there may be something you can do to get help. If you have suffered a personal injury, talk to a personal injury lawyer because you may have a case against a negligent or guilty party, so you can get a settlement. Read More 

What Is Probate Law And When Will It Matter To You?

Probate law is a portion of the larger set of estate laws that cover what happens to a person's assets and obligations when they pass. If there are questions about what happened with a particular estate, such as who should be the executor, the probate system is meant to sort them out. But when would you run into probate issues? Here is what probate entails, some of the reasons you might encounter the system, and how an attorney would likely address what's happening. Read More 

Can You Seek Spousal Support?

DO NOT DELETE Spousal support also called alimony in some states, is something that spouses often seek when going through a divorce. If you earn significantly less income than your spouse when you divorce, you might have the option of asking the court for spousal support. If you are interested in doing this in your divorce, talk to your lawyer to learn more. Here are several things you might want to know about spousal support. Read More 

How Environmental Lawyers Can Help Companies Today

Companies sometimes have operations that will potentially affect the environment, for example, by expanding or adding underground utility lines. If you're going to be involved in said operations, hiring an environmental lawyer can benefit you in meaningful ways. Some of the things they can do to help you are as follows: Recommend Changes for Current Issues Your business may have existed for some time. Your environmental policies may have been up-to-date when your company first began, but regulations change all of the time. Read More