You've been wrongly accused of using drugs and you need a lawyer. First, you'll be screened by a paralegal - who may not have the training needed to know how best to help you. Here's the solution.

Spring break – the annual bacchanalia of shirtless frat brothers and bikini-clad sorority sisters – may be financially challenging for plenty of college kids in 2009. Smart parents and students are already looking for closer-to-home, cost-effective alternatives to distant and costly tropical destinations.

Pens, pencils, erasers, paper – these are the school supplies students need to replace several times during the school year, and frequently appear on almost every parent’s shopping list. However, that doesn’t mean they’re the only supplies students need to survive the school year with ease. Instead of waiting until your student realizes what he’s missing once it’s too late, shop now for these easily overlooked school essentials.

Do you spend hours reading fashion magazines and watching fashion shows? Are you always at the fabric store checking out the latest fabrics and materials? Do you truly enjoy learning about the history of fashion? If so, you should consider pursuing a fashion merchandising degree.

With a click of the mouse, lifelong historians and those who just caught the history bug are taking to the Internet in record numbers to explore its nearly limitless access to times gone by. With that popularity, it's no surprise that military history sites are reporting unprecedented Web traffic.

An investment in your child’s education doesn’t necessarily include a deposit into a college savings account. Studies show that a child’s academic foundation and resulting success is built upon skills developed as early as kindergarten, so it's never too early to start supplementing their education.

Studying abroad is one of the most rewarding and exciting experiences in a student’s life. And, although most trips are free from trouble, for both students and their worried parents, it pays to be prepared.