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Finding Free Legal Motoring Advice Online

The need for legal advice seems to be with us pretty constantly these days. It may be a property matter or our rights under certain circumstances or perhaps a finance problem as well as motoring issues. It seems that we are always in need of some type of information.
This information is now readily available to us all with the development of the internet, which is often the first port of call. It is a source of knowledge that over the years most of us have learned to trust and rely on. However the area of the law is not one of the most well covered topics and although there are some excellent resources the legal sector is perhaps less well covered than many other business topics.
As long as you know where to look information on motoring law is easy to find. The area of motoring law is something we often need advice on and going to see a lawyer can become an expensive exercise so the internet may well be our first choice for guidance. If from that guidance we are advised to see a lawyer then we will do so. More often we know other people, that may have had a similar situation and they are able to provide information for us that may be very suitable.
Legal forums online may be just the answer you are looking for. Many of these sites are free and will have qualified lawyers and attorneys available to provide information and advice. The sites that make charges for the services are of a higher level and provide a more in-depth service. These legal forums allow for the trading of different experiences and solutions that others have found. Information can be seen on fines that have been paid for certain offences together with loop holes that have been used to by-pass the system. These are freely available to be shared with those needing this information and guidance. Questions can be left and an answer will be forwarded by one of the forum’s experts.
There are a few other places apart from the forums to find free legal motoring advice online. Some sites are dedicated to driving issues or motor accidents and driving infringements. Finding them is the key but with a little effort and persistence you will be able to make contact and find the information you need or leave a question.…

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A Divorce Lawyer Offers Advice on Prenuptial Agreements

With statistics showing that one in three marriages now end in divorce, the sad facts are that however true love may seem, it may not always last. While some may consider such a process unromantic, a pre-nuptial agreement can help assuage any concerns about potential ‘gold-diggers’ and help keep things less messy, should a marriage end in divorce. A Manchester divorce lawyer can help you draft a prenuptial agreement or offer expert legal advice on what to do with it, should you and your partner be considering divorce.
Woolley and co. Solicitors offer this definition of what a prenuptial agreement actually is, “A prenuptial agreement provides clarity for couples in respect of their finances and children in their relationship. The Courts are not obliged under UK law to keep to the agreement but unless there have been significant changes they are likely to regard the agreement as very persuasive.” It basically covers each partner for their assets, should the relationship end in divorce; a popular ‘prenup’ is that each partner takes away exactly what they brought to the marriage, which often protects the wealthier of the spouses.
The fact that UK Courts are not technically obliged to keep to the agreement shows that prenuptial agreements are not particularly popular in England, with America being a nation more known for its ‘prenups’. The Hollywood film ‘Intolerable Cruelty’ showed George Clooney and Catherine Zeta Jones battling over their various assets in glossy Technicolor; while this film obviously glamourised the process of prenuptial agreements, celebrities can often have fairly ridiculous clauses written into their prenups, including the number of times that the couple must have sex per week and a 100,000 dollar fine if the wife’s weight climbs above 120 pounds! (The guilty parties shall remain nameless…)
In our more normal, less crazy world, prenuptial agreements can still be taken out as an effective ‘damage control’ device, should the relationship sour. As the ‘Prenuptial Agreements’ website states, “The range of what can be in a prenuptial agreement is flexible and can accommodate most of the individual wants and desires that a marrying couple may have. On the other hand, there are some strict rules about what cannot be in a prenuptial agreement.” Such rules include clauses about the custody of children and infidelity, yet can also cover more subtle nuances about marital problems; it is well worth getting a divorce lawyer to go over the rules with you and discuss the best course of action for you to take.
A prenuptial agreement does not necessarily mean that you do not take your relationship as seriously as others, it may just be a sign that you are not naive about the truths and facts about marriages; it may just be worth researching, should you want a safety net below your marriage.…