3 Tips When Filing For Bankruptcy

21 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

In order to make sure that you are seeking financial relief from tremendous debt, you will need to file for bankruptcy. This is a decision that is never taken lightly, due to the fact that it stays on your record and can be a tedious process to go through. If you are thinking that you will need to undergo bankruptcy, there are some tips to remember. Follow these tips below so that you make the most of bankruptcy and look toward the light at the end of the tunnel. Read More 

3 Tips For Getting Through A Divorce

27 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

The key to being capable of getting past a legal breakup may rest in knowing what to do. Divorce is never easy, and you will want to be fully aware of how to reduce the stress that accompanies this challenging time in life. Being aware of tips that can assist you in feeling better through this entire ordeal is sure to be of great help to you. Tip #1: Plan ahead Read More 

Three Signs It’s Time To Hire A Special Education Lawyer

19 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

As a parent, you want to make sure that your child receives the best education possible. If your child has special needs, it is frustrating when you feel like the school district isn't on the same page. Hiring a special education lawyer helps ensure that your child gets the education he or she is entitled to. Check out some of the signs that it is time to consult a special education attorney to help you face the school system. Read More 

3 Actions To Take If Your Child Does Not Want To See The Non-Custodial Parent

18 December 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Visitation can be tricky when the child involved does not want to see the non-custodial parent. When your child expresses his or her desire not to go see the other parent, you could be put in an awkward position. Failing to follow the agreed-upon child custody order could land you in hot water with the family court. If your child is refusing to see the other parent, here are some tips for handling the situation. Read More 

Faqs About Addressing The Care Of Special Needs Children During Divorce

30 November 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

In a divorce involving children, both parents have to take into consideration custody, support, and other issues that impact their well-being. When a child with special needs is involved, there are special considerations that must be made to ensure the child is properly cared for. If you and your spouse are divorcing, here are some potential considerations that should be made.   Who Pays Medical Costs? Even if you and your spouse have reached an agreement on who will provide health care insurance for your child, you still have to factor in those expenses that extend beyond the coverage. Read More