How To Avoid A Legal Fight During Divorce

27 May 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the most common fears about the divorce process is that the whole enterprise will turn into nothing but a fight. While the emotional side of the equation is hard to contain, the reality is that the legal side of the system is largely designed to prevent emotional fireworks. Keeping that idea in mind, here are three ways you can minimize the chance that a legal fight will break out. Read More 

How To Get Professional Legal Help With Your Workers’ Comp Claim

24 April 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Your employer provides workers with a valuable benefit – workers' compensation insurance. This insurance came about as an alternative to hurt workers who had cause to file suit against their employer for injuries. Instead of suing the employer, the hurt worker should be able to get paid a partial salary along with the payment of medical expenses. Unfortunately, some claims are denied and some workers need more help to get the benefits they deserve. Read More 

What Is A Modification In Terms Of Family Law?

20 March 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

When a family law court makes a decision, the judgment is rarely set in stone. Even when dealing with parties that are getting along well and doing the right things, circumstances change. That means the people involved and the court sometimes have to change with the situation. One mechanism that's regularly used to address such challenges is the modification. Let's take a look at what a modification is and how a family law services firm might deal with that sort of request. Read More 

How Corporate Lawyers Help Businesses After Minutes Mistakes

17 February 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Business minutes are a critical park of any meeting and help keep track of what happens during these events. However, there can easily be mistakes in the minutes that nobody catches until it is too late. And while these mistakes may not seem like a big deal, they may cause legal troubles that require a high-powered corporate lawyer to properly assess and sort through. Small Minutes Mistakes May Be a Real Problem Read More 

Is It Time To Retain A Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

16 January 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

It can be hard to cover all of your financial obligations and your medical bills when you are hurt on the job and you are not able to work for a time. You might only be out of work for six months, or it could be a lot longer than that. Either way, you might not want to move forward with your workers' compensation claim on your own. Instead, you will want to consider retaining a workers' compensation attorney if you find that either of the following applies to you. Read More