3 Actions To Take To Ensure That You Get Custody Of Your Children

9 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the hardest parts of going through a divorce when you have children is the fight over child custody if you and your soon-to-be-ex do not agree on who should have legal and physical custody of your children or how that custody should be shared. When you are fighting with your spouse over custody, it is up to the court system to determine who should have custody of your children. Read More 

Don’t Be Afraid Of Failing To Stop In A Road Rage Situation

7 August 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you're in an accident, your first instinct is usually to find a safe place to stop so that you can assess the damage, confer with the other motorist, and then proceed accordingly. However, when someone has run into you in what appears to be a road rage scenario, you may be leery about getting out and talking to the person. Although you might also be afraid of getting charged with leaving the scene of an accident, you should put this concern aside in a road rage incident. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Do When You Suspect A Wrongful Death

2 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If a loved one of yours died, and you feel that the death was wrongful in any way, one way to take a stand against the conditions that lead to your loved one's wrongful death is with a wrongful death lawsuit. First, you need to check and make sure that you are the right person to bring a lawsuit. Then, you need to make sure that you save all evidence that could support your claims of damages. Read More 

How To Divorce When Your Spouse Is In Another Country

2 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Depending on certain factors, divorce can be one of the most complicated processes you have to go through. This is without the added complication of having a spouse who is based in another country. The real challenge, in this case, isn't the divorce process itself but the process of serving your spouse with divorce papers. Different countries have different laws with regards to serving of legal papers. If the divorce petition isn't served in accordance with laws for personal service in the respective country, your case will not make it to court. Read More 

Signs That You Should Immediately Change Your Doctor In A Workers’ Comp Case

2 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're injured on the job and pursue legal action with a workers' compensation case, one of the ways that your employer may be able to win the case is by discrediting your doctor and his or her diagnosis of you. The likelihood of being able to successfully do so is higher when a doctor has a less-than-stellar reputation in the community. After your injury, you'll commonly seek the care of a doctor. Read More