You likely have no effective recourse against your attorney. The outcome of a legal case is not guaranteed and at least 1/2 of all parties who end up in a contested hearing get a result other than the one they were seeking.
Legal malpractice requires establishing more than that you did not prevail in your case. You have to show that the reason you did not prevail was because of something the attorney did or failed to do that a competent lawyer would have been expected to do. In other...
You will not lose your rights as a parent for leaving the house or the marriage. However, the time comes to try to arrange appropriate custody and parenting time with the children, you will be judged on your ability to consider the welfare and best interests of your children. You should give some thought to them before you determine how you want to proceed. Your unhappiness is not the primary issue.
Think about how your children will deal with your abrupt departure. Consider whether...
You cannot have a warrant issued against you without being personally served. However, you are required to update the Court when you move and if you don't do so you risk having motions and other court papers sent to your old address and then losing by default when you don't respond.
Auto insurance is not a no fault proposition. Even when Colorado used to have no fault insurance laws - this only allowed you to get your medical bills paid by your own insurance.
You don't get pain and suffering unless there is another person responsible for the accident. Your insurance company did not cause the accident. The only choices for liability are you or nobody. Neither entity is someone you want to spend your time suing.
A change in the law requires action from the state legislature. You will want to contact your state representative and your state senator (and perhaps the governor's office) to discuss legislative change.
You are facing a very serious charge. Second degree assault could result in 4-12 years in prison. It is something that you need to take very seriously. That said, you need a criminal defense attorney and there is probably a good chance that you can avoid prison time or significant jail time. A lot will depend on the circumstances and your case cannot be fully evaluated without looking at the prosecutor's file. Take a deep breath, hire an attorney, and put in the work necessary to put this...
There is no precise definition of attorney specialties so there may be no difference at all. If there is a difference, an estate attorney focuses on planning and paperwork and a probate attorney goes to court.
Usually estate planning involves drafting wills and trusts for people while they are alive. Probate generally involves handling an estate after death or going to court to have a conservator or guardian appointed for an incompetent person. Many attorneys handle all of these issues.
What the officer told you was correct. You may have defenses that you can raise if you get a good attorney and if you have the breath sample retested. Your license will have to be suspended for a period of time and you need a good attorney to represent you on the DUI charge.