Domestic Family Law Attorney in Raleigh Recommends Shielding Kids from Divorce Details

Tugging at the heartstrings of every parent going through a separation is an innocent child(ren). Protecting these little beings should be first and foremost on everyone’s to do list, but as family & domestic attorneys in Raleigh we unfortunately (and often) see that it’s not. Exposing minor children to the details of your separation agreement is very detrimental and has lasting effects to your child and their development.

Divorce and separation is emotionally draining for everyone involved. The minor children (regardless of age) involved should be protected from any and every detail pertaining to your separation. If you are having a conversation with your friends, parents or your Raleigh separation attorney regarding the details or new comings about the divorce, please make sure that your children aren’t within earshot. Keep them protected. In addition, we often see parents that involve their kids by making comments to them about “what is fair” or “if they really loved you they would (wouldn’t) do this.” Children are innocent beings that have been thrust into the immediate and long-term changes that the separation/divorce will ultimately make in their lives. Most parents wouldn’t intentionally hurt them and cause them scars. Set your own feelings aside and realize that by talking with them or allowing them to overhear your conversations about your divorce is doing just that…causing them injury and giving them scars that will take years to recover from (if they do). Keep them protected. Continue reading “Domestic Family Law Attorney in Raleigh Recommends Shielding Kids from Divorce Details”

Raleigh DWI Lawyer Gives Advice on Safe Driving

During the summer of 2012 the North Carolina State Highway Patrol investigated more than 270 deadly vehicle crashes. Each July 4th, the Governor approved “Booze It & Lose It: Operation Firecracker” campaign is activated in an effort to minimize alcohol related accidents during holiday travel. As a DWI Lawyer in Raleigh, we know that you can expect to see regular patrol and checkpoint activity stepped-up.

Today’s drivers have many more distractions than our preceding generations. Electronics and technology are now prevalent in almost every vehicle on the road. Gone are the days of our grandfathers’ advice to keep your hands in your lap and to quietly look out the window or read a book so the driver can concentrate. There are games being played on every device, music blasting from different areas of the car, telephone conversations contemporaneous with one another and GPS directions being shouted in a voice that always seems to have an odd accent. All of this commotion can make the driver’s job extremely difficult and take him/her away from their task at hand: Driving and doing so defensively. Knowing that almost every vehicle on the road includes these types of distractions is a bit overwhelming. Continue reading “Raleigh DWI Lawyer Gives Advice on Safe Driving”

How to Choose a Criminal or Family Lawyer in Raleigh

When you are in need of a criminal lawyer or family lawyer in Raleigh, NC finding the right lawyer can be a daunting task. There are a lot of attorneys in the area and it can be hard to know what to look for if you have never used a lawyer for anything more than a traffic ticket or the purchase of a house. The following tips break it down for you so that the guesswork is gone when choosing the right Raleigh lawyer for your needs.

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Saparilas Law in the News

Nick Saparilas is a tireless advocate for his clients, standing up for their rights and working towards the best possible outcome in each situation. Clients accused of a crime or dealing with a charge are in need of a strong defense attorney that knows the law and will help them navigate the legal realm of this extremely difficult time in their lives.

Some of the clients and cases that Saparilas Law has taken on have been highlighted in the news. Click the link below to read about one of the cases.

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