Knowing the Law Before You Travel

Personal Injury? Avoid Mistakes When Communicating With The Adjuster

24 August

Injuring yourself at a place of business often means that you will need to file a personal injury claim in order to get the compensation that you deserve. Usually, this results in the business owner’s insurance company contacting you to attempt a settlement of your claim. Make sure you know what to do before you […]

Two Ways To Stop A Creditor From Taking Your Money Or Assets

04 August

The most powerful tool in a creditor’s box of tricks is the legal system. Using a variety of legal maneuvers including obtain court judgments, creditors can take your cash and assets to pay debts you owe them. Here are two things you can do to stop a creditor from taking your income or property. Claim […]

FAQs About Advance Directives

22 July

A major part of elder law revolves around future healthcare plans. You must decide what kind of care you want and put this in writing in case you are incapacitated. One option for settling the matter is to create an advance directive. If you are planning to do so, here is what you need to […]

What Are Some Benefits of Tax Services for Small Businesses?

05 July

When you’re a small business, every penny must be accounted for, and tax services may seem like a luxury. But a good tax service can actually help you to save money despite the added fees of hiring them. Here are some benefits of professional tax preparation for business.  Find Tax Breaks Unless you have a […]

A Few Myths Concerning Criminal Cases

17 June

Being unfortunate enough to be arrested and criminally charged can be a frightening experience for you to go through. Due to the very serious consequences that can result from these proceedings, it is critical for you to be as knowledgeable as possible. However, it can be common for those facing criminal charges to be fairly […]

Keeping The Bell Quiet: How A Motion In Limine Might Affect Your Defense

27 May

There’s a saying among lawyers that you “can’t unring a bell.” Once a jury sees or hears something, no amount of instruction from the judge to ignore it can be 100% effective. That makes it especially important for trial lawyers to try to exclude evidence from the courtroom before the trial ever starts. If you’re […]

Plan Ahead: How To Avoid Being Barred From Filing For Bankruptcy

11 May

If you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy, you likely already know that this is an option of last resort for those in dire financial circumstances. Creditors may be driving you crazy with constant phone calls and you may even be in danger of losing your home and car. While you very likely have given […]

Keep It On Friendly Terms: 3 Tips To Help You Decide If An Amicable Divorce Is Right For You

25 April

You and your spouse have decided to put an end to your marriage. You’ve tried everything you can to save the marriage, but it’s not going to work. Now, you want to have an amicable divorce. While an amicable divorce sounds good on paper, it’s not for everyone. Here are three signs that will help […]

It’s Not Working Out: 3 Reasons You Should Consider A Legal Separation

04 April

If you and your spouse are having marital problems, it can be difficult to resolve those issues if you continue living under the same roof. Sometimes, a break away from each other will give you the space you need to work through your problems. In other cases, a break can give you the opportunity to […]

2 Ways Social Media Can Hurt Your Divorce Case

17 March

Social media is just about everywhere you turn. People use it for their personal and business life. While you might not think anything about the things you post on your social media profile, they could end up coming back on you down the road in your divorce case. Check out these two ways that your […]