13 April 2016
If you have a child with special needs, it's important to prepare for their future as an adult. When you want to ensure that your special needs child is taken care of when you are no longer around, you can make estate plans to provide for your child when you are gone. Most parents of children with a disability set up a special needs trust, which is funded upon your death and the money is used to provide supplemental support to take care of your child.
29 March 2016
Stopping a divorce depends on the type of divorce you filed in the first place. You may stop a fault divorce by successfully defending the accusations your spouse made, although it isn't usually easy. For a no-fault divorce, the person who made the application has to file a motion for dismissal. Here are three things you should have in mind if you wish to stop a no-fault divorce: You May Need Your Spouse's Consent
9 March 2016
Restraining orders are often used to protect an individual who might be in danger of harm to their person or their property. There are a number of different instances where one of these orders is often used. To help you better understand some of them, three are outlined below. Domestic violence cases. While domestic violence cases often involve family members, there is a chance it could involve a neighbor or friend as well.
25 January 2016
Personal injury lawsuits can be an excellent tool in your fight to secure the compensation that you deserve. Unfortunately, there are a lot of laws out there on this specific subject, and some of them will help you and some of them will hurt you. If you are planning on filing this type of lawsuit, then it's crucial that you are familiar with these laws, since they can determine whether your case succeeds or fails.
21 January 2016
If you and your spouse share children, your relationship does not end when you file for divorce. You and your spouse will have to continue to co-parent your children and this can sometimes be difficult. To help you avoid conflict, here are some co-parenting tips to use during and after the divorce. Never Make Assumptions One of the biggest mistakes you and your spouse could make is making assumptions about decisions that need to be made for your children.
21 January 2016
When you are in the process of getting divorced, and you know you would like to start dating again, one of the challenging questions to answer is whether it is too soon to start dating again. Some divorcees date while in the midst of a divorce, while other divorcees remain emotionally married to their ex for years before they finally consider making room for someone else. There are advantages and disadvantages to dating so soon after a divorce.
5 January 2016
If you've been involved in an accident, you may want to take legal action against the other driver. The key to being able to financially recover may rest in doing so. You're sure to be faced with a number of expenses you may not have been expecting due to the collision. Knowing specific questions to ask your attorney during your first meeting is an ideal way to start building your case.