Keeping Your Family Strong--Even Through Divorce

  • How A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help When You Fall Ill From Contaminated Food

    21 December 2022

    Food contamination can lead to serious illnesses and even death. If you've been ill due to contaminated canned food, you may wonder if there is any legal recourse to punish those responsible. The answer is yes, and consulting with a personal injury attorney can help determine the best course of action for your situation. Here are several ways an attorney can help. 1. Assessing Your Claim An experienced personal injury lawyer knows the laws surrounding food contamination cases.

  • Two Tips To Keep Your Ex-Spouse From Killing Your Credit Score

    1 November 2022

    Just as you'll split the assets with your spouse when you divorce, you'll both be given a portion of the marital debts to pay. Unfortunately, it's all too common for one person to stop making the required payments on joint accounts, damaging both parties' credit. To prevent your ex-spouse from hurting your financial health, follow these two tips. Remove Opportunities to Run Up Debt As soon as you and your spouse decide to separate, it's important to close off as many opportunities to add debt onto shared accounts as soon as possible.

  • Filing An Uncontested Divorce? 4 Tips To Help You File It Successfully

    2 August 2022

    If you plan to divorce, you should prioritize the easiest and simplest divorce option. In this case, uncontested divorce could be your most appropriate option. Here, you agree to all terms and sign the relevant documents before proceeding to court to legalize the process. But even if it's a friendlier option, you shouldn't handle it lightly. Instead, you should consider all its pertinent aspects to avoid problems later. So if you are filing an uncontested divorce, here are four tips to help you do it successfully.

  • 3 Issues That Could Complicate Your Divorce

    3 May 2022

    Your marital separation can be relatively simple if you and your partner solve the contentious issues amicably. However, if one of you seems bitter at the other, the divorce can be complicated. When this is the case, you might require legal support. Since a lawyer is proficient in divorce issues, they'll advise you richly on what to do when you encounter a highly contested separation. This article looks at situations your lawyer will help you maneuver.