Can You Sue For Money Lost To A Scam Psychic?

A "psychic" who turned a $10 fortune reading into a $63,000 scam just made a plea deal to avoid prison in exchange for restitution to her victim. This case brings to light just how easily someone can be manipulated by scam artists posing as psychics and spiritualists—and many cases never make it into criminal court. If you fall victim to one of these cons, is there any way to sue to get your money back?

Things To Give A Private Investigator When Searching For A Runaway Child

When your teenager goes missing, it's important to contact the police right away. However, their investigation may deem that the teen isn't in any danger but is rather a runaway who may be hanging out with friends. Law enforcement won't do much in this regard, but a private investigator can. Hiring this professional can put you one step closer to connecting with your child once again. The PI can use a variety of techniques to track the runaway down, but he or she will need your help.

Negotiating Your Divorce Settlement? 3 Options For Dealing With The Marital Home

When it comes to divorce settlements, the marital house is often a sticking point in negotiations. It can be difficult to decide what to do with such a large marital asset. If you and your spouse aren't sure what to do with the house, you should sit down with an attorney and discuss your options. Here are the three most common options that are available to you. Sell It

What You Need To Know: Driving Under The Influence In Michigan With A CDL

If you hold a Michigan commercial driver's license (CDL) and get convicted of a DUI (driving under the influence) even while driving your personal vehicle, you very well may lose your CDL as well. Here's what you need to know to safeguard your CDL and protect your livlihood. Consider The Risks Your very livelihood likely relies on your possession of a valid CDL. Without it, semi-truck drivers, bus drivers, and hazmat drivers cannot legally work.

2 Reasons To Hire A Private Attorney Instead Of A Public Defender

If you have been charged with a crime, you are probably wondering if it is worth hiring a private criminal attorney or if you should ask for a public defender. Of course, most people would like to save money, but generally speaking you shouldn't sacrifice your criminal case to save a few bucks. Here are some reasons why hiring a private criminal attorney is superior to a public defender. 1. A Private Attorney Will Have More Time