People rely on contracts to define the bounds of an agreement. Contracts are used in a variety of businesses, and are put in place to make sure both parties understand what’s been agreed upon and what is to be expected. So what happens when someone doesn’t hold their end of the contract up? A contract…Read More Here!
Generally, the justice system breaks down into two major categories: criminal law and civil law. Between TV judges and action movies, some members of the general public may have a skewed perception of how these two forms of law function. Read on for Heritage Law’s guide to the definitive differences between the criminal and civil…Read More Here!
Civil law covers a huge range of legal issues, but civil litigators are generally focused around non-criminal lawsuits. Filing a lawsuit can be an intimidating prospect, so you should meet with a lawyer early on in the process. If you are unsure whether or not your dispute qualifies for a civil suit, contact or visit…Read More Here!