28 November 2018
When parents divorce, it's easy to delay thinking about the future. Events like retirement, emergency savings plans, and paying for your child's college education tend to be put on the back burner. Unfortunately, taking this attitude is a mistake. You should take the future into consideration when you negotiate your divorce settlement because it's far easier to address issues like your child's college education in the divorce than it is to bring up later on.
28 September 2018
In this day and age it can seem like there's an attorney for just about anything. You get a DUI and there's a criminal attorney. You got hurt in a car accident? There's a personal injury attorney. When you are dealing with family issues, then there's always a family attorney for you to hire. But what are specific scenarios for you to hire a family attorney? This article will take a closer look to see. Read on to learn more. Custody Issues
22 August 2018
A divorce is already a stressful lifestyle change. What can make it worse is when you expect a child support payment, only for the other parent to not provide it in a timely fashion. This can have unfortunate consequences for everyone involved. Here are some steps you will have to take to ensure the child's parent receives the payments if he or she stops paying Keep Solid Records of Payments
18 June 2018
An arson charge can be an extremely serious crime or a relatively minor crime depending on the circumstances. Here are some of the factors that determine the severity of arson charges: Injuries or Fatalities The occurrence of an injury or a fatality will aggravate your arson charges even if that wasn't your intention in the first place. For example, if you burn down a shop and its attendant gets injured while trying to save some stock, your arson charges will be serious even if you didn't know the attendant was in the shop at the time.
10 April 2018
A prenuptial agreement (prenup) comes in handy if you are divorcing. For example, you will find that the prenup has handled some of the issues for you, such as the distinction between marital and separate assets, as well as their division. Despite a prenup, however, you still need a lawyer's help to help you with the divorce because: Prenups Don't Handle Everything You still need a law firm's help because there are things that your prenup hasn't handled.