Law Guide

The Law Guide contains articles written by attorneys that answer many popular legal questions concerning over 100 legal topics using language that is easy to understand. Articles described as a "FAQ" contain answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the law. Select a legal category below or use the search button in our navigation to find the law article that is of interest to you.

Causes and symptoms of brain injury, treatment, statistics, and your legal rights to collect money damages in the event you have wrongfully suffered a brain injury.
There are many types of commercial leases and it is important to know the differences, the advantages and disadvantages of each kind, including terms and provisions.
State law for dog bite liability - an explanation and chart for the three types of dog bite liability, the one bite free rule, strict liability and mixed liability.
What are the legal requirements to make a contract legal and binding? A list of requirements and suggestions for oral and written contracts that are enforceable.
How does a judge impose a criminal sentence? What is procedure? What factors are considered before deciding upon jail, prison, probation or parole? How are sentences imposed?
Who is legally considered a juvenile or a "minor" and do juvenile court and handle crimes committed by minors? What is procedure? Answers to these questions and more.
Detailed information about asbestos exposure and mesothelioma, the different types, how it is caused. It is important to file injury cases in a timely fashion due to the statute of limitations.
A comprehensive chart and explanation of the California statute of limitations, the time limits for bringing or facing a lawsuit in an California state court.
A comprehensive chart and explanation of the Texas statute of limitations, the time limits for bringing or facing a lawsuit in a Texas state court.
Understanding the difference between physical custody and legal custody, how family court handles religious preference in raising a child, a primer on child custody law.
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