Should You Trademark Your Blog Name?

5 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're out there on the internet making a name for yourself as a beauty guide, fitness guru, gamer, or some other type of social media influencer, you probably have a blog.  But, do you have a trademark? If you haven't thought about trademarking your blog name, it's time to learn more about why it might be a good idea—and how to do it.  Why should you trademark your blog name? Read More 

Tips On Developing An Effective Working Relationship With Your Personal Injury Lawyer

31 July 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're filing a personal injury lawsuit for the first time and plan to hire an attorney, such as those at Steele Law Offices, LLC,  you might be in the dark about what to expect. The experience is often much different from what you see on television or in the movies and if you have never worked with an attorney before it can sometimes be hard to know how to navigate the process. Read More 

You May Have A Stress-Related Workers’ Comp Case Due To These Difficult Situations

28 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

People often associate workers' compensation cases with workplace injuries, and while a large percentage of these cases focus on helping those who were physically injured at work, this isn't always the case. Workers' comp cases can also arise because of an employee's stress that directly resulted from the workplace. If you've encountered a significant amount of stress that you need to take leave from your job or even quit, you may wish to hire a workers' compensation attorney and discuss your situation. Read More 

Tips To Help You Be Prepared To File For Divorce

17 April 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Going through a divorce is always a serious and trying legal matter. However, many individuals will fail to have the experience needed to know what they should do to navigate these situations. This can lead to mistakes that can prove to be costly as the divorce law proceedings move forward. Backup Documents Of The Joint Financial Accounts The process of divorcing will involve splitting the assets that the couple will have accumulated while they were together. Read More 

Is Your Urban Homestead Breaking The Law?

22 February 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Rising food prices and concern about the environment has lead many people to engage in urban homesteading. Although this can be a great way to save money and ensure you are eating qualify food, it's important to be sure your local laws support your endeavors; otherwise, you may end up getting fined or worse. Here's what you need to do to ensure your personal farm is legal in your area. Read More