Can You Have A Say In Decisions When Your Child Is With The Other Parent?

12 December 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Dealing with custody during a divorce can be one of the most heart-wrenching parts of the entire process. Many parents have never gone a day without seeing their children, and now suddenly they have to turn them over for days at a time to be with the other parent. It is natural to be worried and concerned, even when the child is with his or her own parent. Depending on the circumstances of your divorce, you could even be terrified at the thought. Read More 

Is A Fall Inside A Hospital Medical Malpractice? 4 Things To Keep In Mind When You’re Considering A Lawsuit

14 November 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

A fall inside a hospital room can do a lot of damage to an already frail or sick patient. Sometimes the victim of the fall ends up with nothing more than a couple bruises and a wounded pride. Other times, the outcomes are undeniably tragic -- patients break bones, sink into unconsciousness with concussions and comas, develop new neurological problems from brain damage caused by the fall, or die.  Is a fall just a patient's bad luck or is it malpractice? Read More 

You’re Not Alone: How To Escape An Abusive Marriage

19 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

It's not easy to leave an abusive relationship, especially once you convince yourself that you've got no other options. However, once you do get to the point where you're ready to leave, you'll need to take extra precautions to keep yourself safe. Your abuser may choose to escalate the abuse once they realize that you're going to be leaving. That doesn't mean you should stay in the relationship. It means that you need to be well-prepared before you go. Read More 

Don’t Put Up With Bullying: What To Do If Your Neighbor Is Harassing You

21 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If your neighbors are harassing you, it's time to take matters into your own hands. You don't need to live with harassment. One thing to remember is that minor instances of harassment can soon escalate to unbearable situations if the behavior isn't stopped. It can be frightening to think about confronting a belligerent neighbor, especially when they've shown a tendency towards violence, or are outwardly intimidating. However, if you want to live in peace, you'll need to get over your fear, and take immediate action. Read More 

How To Avoid Your Family Disputing Your Will

14 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you are planning your estate and creating your will, you only have the best intentions in wanting to provide for your family. There have been many cases, however, where loved ones have believed the will is unfair or that perhaps the information in your will was made in error. This is when family members might try to contest the will. You can avoid any disputes of your will by following these simple steps. Read More