Moving Out of State With a Child Custody Agreement

  • 3 Simple Courtroom Etiquette Rules For Your Family Law Case

    16 December 2015

    Going through a divorce is hard. It isn't something you can exactly plan for. It often happens out of the blue when you least expect it. While you are stuck trying to figure things out and make sense of it all, you need to make sure you understand a few things about the way the courtroom works. You don't want to go in and do something that could jeopardize your case or make you look bad in front of the judge.

  • Think A Landlord Has Violated Your Civil Rights: What You Need To Know

    1 December 2015

    You've double-checked your credit, your references, and you have your deposit check ready. There's only one problem – the landlord denied your application to rent. While sometimes there are valid reasons why an application may be denied, unfortunately, there are also situations when an application is denied solely because of discrimination. Protected Rights Landlord-tenant discrimination revolves around a phrase known as protected rights. Protected rights encompass things about you that you can't necessarily alter, such as your sexual orientation, sexuality or ethnic background.

  • What To Do After A Total Loss Accident

    12 November 2015

    If you have been in a total loss accident, you will want to know what you have to do in order to get the claims filed quickly and efficiently with your car insurance company. Having a car accident attorney help you with the process can ensure that you receive the pay out for your vehicle that you deserve. Here's what you should do: Report the Accident Right Away: If you wait to report the accident with your insurance company, it's only going to delay the process and the process in and of itself can take a month or two until it's complete.

  • 4 Ways To Fight Depression During A Divorce

    26 October 2015

    According to experts, divorce is the second most traumatic life event, second to the death of a spouse. It makes sense that a lot of people going through a divorce experience situational depression. After all, even if the divorce is something you wanted, it represents a major disruption to your life and forces you to rethink your entire future. While it's normal to be a little down during a divorce, there are definite, specific things you can do to regain your emotional equanimity.

  • How The Social Security Disability (SSDI) Hearing Process Works

    7 October 2015

    The primary purpose of a Social Security Disability hearing is for an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) to determine if you are disabled, unable to work, and qualify for social security disability benefits. But having to answer questions asked by strangers about how a medical condition has affected your daily life can be stressful. Therefore, it helps to have some idea in advance what to expect. Who will be present at the hearing?

  • Tips To Fight A Traffic Ticket

    17 September 2015

    Getting a traffic ticket can be a frustrating experience, especially if you weren't the only driver violating the law or if you think the charges are incorrect. Thankfully, there is a fairly straightforward process to follow in order to contest a traffic ticket. Here are some steps to follow as soon as you receive a ticket. Tell the Officer that You Challenge the Offense The first step is to immediately say that you don't accept the offense.

  • Suspect That Your Spouse Has Been Cheating? 3 Things That You Should Do Immediately

    3 September 2015

    Do you believe that you have reason to suspect that your spouse has been cheating on you? If so, here are a few things that you may want to consider doing.  1. Do Some Investigating  The only thing worse than finding out that your spouse has been unfaithful is suspecting it but not actually knowing for sure. When you have your suspicions but don't yet have any solid proof of their infidelity, all of your unanswered questions regarding this can really drive you crazy.