Do You Really Need A Lawyer For A Legal Separation?

2 August 2022
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"We're just getting separated. I don't need a lawyer." This is a common thing people say when they are getting separated, but is it accurate? Should you really wait to hire a lawyer until you are getting a divorce? There are a few things to consider before making the decision to forgo legal representation during your separation. You Still Need to Protect Your Assets First, what is the reason for the separation? Read More 

What Auto Accident Attorneys Do To Get Their Clients Compensated If They’re Hit By A Borrowed Vehicle

3 May 2022
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It's common for people to lend their car to family members or friends without thinking about what may happen. However, handling such cases can be quite challenging if these individuals get into an accident with the borrowed vehicle. In fact, if you're the victim in such a case, you may be at crossroads on whose insurer to file a claim against between the borrowers and the car owners. The good news is that an auto accident attorney can help you recover a settlement in such a circumstance. Read More 

Divorcing? 3 Critical Things You Need To Do When Hiring A Family Lawyer

3 December 2021
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Handling a divorce case or any other family issue yourself can be very distressing because divorce is usually an overwhelming and traumatizing process. That's why it's imperative to hire a family lawyer to handle it for you. But even as you hire one, you need to be careful to ensure you don't make costly mistakes in the process. You really want to be sure that the family lawyer you hire will protect your rights and increase the chances of a positive verdict. Read More 

All Parents Need To Know About Making Guardianship Plans

16 September 2021
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It's a mistake for only the elderly or the wealthy to consider estate planning. If you are a single parent, or even if you are married, you might want to consider making plans that will cover what happens to your children if you should pass away while they are still too young to care for themselves. Read on and find out more about how guardianship plans can cover that issue for you. Read More 

When Visitation Comes With Restrictions

18 May 2021
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Divorced parents abide by what is known as a parenting plan. This plan encompasses child custody, child support, visitation, and other common issues relating to children and divorce. The family court system takes pains to protect children during and after a divorce, and that means common issues like child custody remain open and subject to change should the need arise. In some cases, a parent could come under scrutiny for certain bad behaviors that the courts view as not being in a child's best interest. Read More