How Can You Use A Temporary Order To Establish Custody?

26 December 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

After your divorce is final, all the important decisions will be made and everyone can move forward. Child custody is one of the most important things to have finalized. However, when the divorce is ongoing, custody decisions are not final. You may feel in limbo when it comes to when you get to have custody of your children without an official arrangement. This is where temporary orders come into play. The following are some things you should know about temporary orders when it comes to child custody. Read More 

Understanding The Boundary Between Family Law And Divorce

4 December 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the small surprises awaiting some folks who are going through the divorce process is that it's not really a single process at all. There are usually several family law issues that have to be negotiated or litigated, and a divorce attorney will end up presenting you with distinct sets of papers for each of those separate issues. A Simple Example The classic case of this boundary in action is when a divorcing couple has to deal with child support, custody, and visitation issues. Read More 

Reasons Pictures Of The Weather After An Accident Are Important

5 November 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Getting pictures after you have been involved in a car accident is both important and easier to do now than ever since most people have cameras on their phones. You can usually remember to get pictures of the damage to the vehicle and maybe even tire marks, but there is something else that is good to capture in the images: the weather. The weather can have a big role to play on the day of a car accident. Read More 

Estate-Planning Made Fast And Easy

9 October 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Many people are intimidated by the very idea of estate-planning. You have to admit, the term estate-planning does sound a bit complicated. What if you could take things step-by-step, though? After all, you don't have to make lots of important decisions all at once when you create your estate plan. An estate plan is actually a series of actions rather than one thing. You might want to begin your estate-planning by designating a bank account, for example. Read More 

Understanding The Restrictions You Have To Follow Prior To Securing A Social Security Attorney’s Services

27 August 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are considering seeking Social Security Disability payments, and you have already tried to apply on your own but you were denied, you might be thinking about hiring a Social Security attorney. While this is a smart move because the Social Security office will consistently refuse disability claims, you should also know that you could be refused even with a lawyer if you do not follow certain restrictions and protocols. Read More