Driver Beats Distracted Driving Ticket with Cell Phone App

Smartphone App Judged More Reliable  Than Eye Witness in Distracted Driving Case. In a July 16, 2018 court decision, Regina v. Patrick F. Tannhauser, a local Victoria man was able to prove his innocence, beating a distracted driving charge. He was successful, despite eyewitness testimonies of police officers, by using an application…

10 Smart Things to Do Before You Separate

Whether you are leaving an urgent situation, or have been considering divorce for a long time, there things you can do before you leave your marriage that will make it easier to separate in the long run. The use of texts, emails, and Facebook posts as evidence, has become commonplace in…

The Self-Represented and the Legal Coach

Many people are now choosing to represent themselves in court, but they may lack confidence or have difficulty knowing where to start. You have a right to be self-represented in your legal matter.  Most people are better educated now than they were 30 years ago.  Tools like the internet can…

Retirement & Support Payments

Is Voluntary Retirement a Material Change? It is not so easy to just voluntary retire, when you have to pay child support and/or spousal support. It is unwise to unilaterally cancel or reduce support payments.  However, retirement or changing careers are still options for payors making major life changes.  A…