Carrasco Family Law Blog

What Is The Difference Between A Felony And Misdemeanor?

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When it comes to committing a crime, that crime is usually considered either a misdemeanor or a felony. There is also a third category called a petty offense that is used in some places, though that is typically just a fine and possibly probation, but it rarely has jail time. With felonies and misdemeanors, the classification depends on a number of different factors, from the type of crime committed to who was injured in that crime. Read More»

What To Do With Your Home Before And After Your Passing

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If your adult children plan to fight over your home after your passing, you may want to speak to a real estate attorney for advice. Although you love your children, the sibling rivalry can create hostility in your family. This is something you want to avoid now and in the future. Here are two options you may want to consider to avoid conflict in your family after your passing. You Leave the House to Someone Else  Read More»

3 Questions Commonly Asked Following A Birth Injury

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A mother relies on a hospital to help her and care for her through one of the most difficult, stressful, emotional, and wonderful times in her life – the birth of her child. Unfortunately, not every hospital provides a mother with the top-notch care that is needed during the birth of a baby. When a hospital fails to provide a mother and her new baby with the proper care, birth injuries can be sustained. Read More»