Always Stand Up For Your Legal Rights

Always Stand Up For Your Legal Rights

The Crucial Role Of A Family Law Attorney In Child Custody Battles

Child custody battles are never easy and are often emotionally taxing for all parties involved. As a parent going through a custody battle, the most important thing on your mind is ensuring you get to spend time with your child. The court process can be complicated and confusing, and without proper legal guidance, you may risk losing your child custody battle. That's

3 Tips To Maximize Your Pedestrian Accident Settlement

Were you recently struck by a moving car? Perhaps it happened while walking on the side of the road or while crossing the street. Either way, pedestrian accidents can be painful, destructive, and expensive. You may have costly medical bills and may have to miss work while recovering from injuries. It's possible you may need care well into the future. After you file a

The Workplace Extends Beyond The Premises In Compensation Law

People often think of workers compensation claims as only covering events that happen on a job site or within a company-controlled building. Consequently, many people overlook opportunities to get compensation when incidents happen beyond what they might think of as the traditional workplace. For legal purposes, the workplace often extends beyond the company's premise

Inventory These 5 Things Before You Start Estate Planning

In order to accurately divide up your estate after your passing, you must first understand what your estate consists of. This is a process that most people should begin before they meet with their estate planning attorney. It involves making five key inventories. Here's what they are and why they matter.  1. Your Physical Belongings Your estate consists of everyt

How To Co-Parent With A Narcissist

Co-parenting can be challenging, even under the best of circumstances. When you are co-parenting with a narcissist, the situation can become even more difficult. Narcissistic individuals often have a distorted sense of reality and tend to put their own needs and desires above those of others. This can make co-parenting with a narcissist an especially challenging task.