What Is An NDA And Why It’s A Good Idea To Have A Lawyer Look It Over Before Signing One

9 July 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

It's possible that you have an upcoming interview for a new job or perhaps you have recently been hired on to a new company. You might find that the company's practice is to have their employees sign a non-disclosure agreement, or NDA. What is an NDA and should you really sign one? Why is it a good idea to have an employment lawyer take a look at it before you sign it? Read More 

Divorcing When You Don’t Know Where Your Spouse Is

3 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being abandoned by a spouse is a devastating event. As a legal spouse, you do have recourse if your spouse has abandoned you. The biggest problem will be dealing with the divorce process when you are dealing with the emotional turmoil. If your spouse has left and not come back intentionally and you now want a divorce, here are some ways to deal with divorcing when you are not certain where they are. Read More 

Your Motor Vehicle Accident: What Next?

7 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

No one ever expects to get into a motor vehicle accident when leaving work or home. Such an event is disruptive and can affect your life for weeks or months to come. If such an unexpected event hasn't ever happened to you before, it's natural that you'd still be reeling and unsure where to turn next -- especially as you deal with insurance companies and filling a claim. With these prep pointers, the claim is likely to gain approval. Read More 

Are Surety Bonds Better Than Collateral Bail Bonds?

3 April 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you or a loved one is accused in a court of law, the judge may set an amount of money to be paid to secure their release from custody during the trial. This is what is called bail. Failure to pay bail may cause inconveniences to the defendant, including loss of income. If this cash is paid by the defendant or their family members, then it is called a collateral bail bond or cash bond. Read More 

Divorce Mediation Can Protect Your Children From Emotional Damage

27 February 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Divorce is never an easy situation for a family, particularly the children. If you and your spouse are starting divorce proceedings and you want to keep your children as safe from emotional damage as possible, make sure to talk to a mediator about this process.   Divorce Cases May Be Extremely Harsh On Kids When divorce cases get harsh and mean-spirited, the children are the ones who will suffer the most. Behaving poorly and fighting over minor things will cause stress in your life, which trickles down to your children. Read More