State laws can be confusing. Some laws are quite similar across state lines — like the 0.08 percent blood-alcohol concentration limit for drivers 21 and over — while others vary greatly.
That’s why FindLaw’s team of lawyer-writers has been hard at work on our State Laws section, where we break down some of the most sought-after laws from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
The result: dozens of new pages on topics such as DUI and debit card fraud, specific to certain states. Check out these 10 new State Law pages to get a better idea of what you’ll find:
Although you may have done your research when selecting a day care facility, there is always the possibility that your child may be injured at day care. If that happens, should you call a lawyer?
In a potential lawsuit against a day care, there could be many possible defendants, including the person who caused the injury to your child, the staff members who were responsible for supervising your child, and the owners of the day care facility, among others.
But not all injuries make for successful injury lawsuits. If your child is injured, when should you call a personal injury lawyer? Here are a few things to consider:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BREVARD
CASE NO.: 05-2010-CA-027179-XXXX-XX
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, LLC,
JUDIN, ROBERT et al,
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated 10
October, 2014, and entered in Case No.
05-2010-CA-027179-XXXX-XX of the
Circuit Court of the Eighteenth Judicial
Circuit in and for Brevard
Florida in which Nationstar
Mortgage, LLC, is the Plaintiff and City Of Palm
Jane Doe, John Doe, Kathleen M. Judin, Robert S. Judin, are
defendants, the Brevard County Clerk of the
Circuit Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash in/on the Brevard County
North, 518 S. Palm Avenue, Brevard Room, Titusville, Florida
Want to amend your trust? As a recent case out of Missouri shows, you may need a few legal tips about how to do it right.
The case involved Dr. K.R. Conklin, who hand-wrote some modifications to his trust in 1996. He and his wife were embarking on a cross-country trip, and just in case something happened to them, they wanted to change the distribution of stuff in their trust.
Thankfully, Dr. Conklin survived the trip. However, when he eventually died in 2009, a fight ensued between his children — who were beneficiaries in his original trust — and his stepchildren, who were named in the hand-written amendment, but not the original trust. The Missouri Supreme Court determined that Dr. Conklin’s hand-written letter wasn’t an effective amendment to his trust.
So how can you
Here’s what happened (spoiler alert): The youngest son, Jack (Miles Brown), thinks he’s hilarious, hiding from Mom (Tracee Ellis Ross) in a department store until she loses her composure out of sheer panic and terror. Time for Jack to get spanked—but Mom wants Dad (Anthony Anderson) to do the deed. Then, in true television-comedy fashion, madcap family high jinks ensue.