Why Hiring a Social Security Disability Attorney Can Make All the Difference

Posted on: 22 September 2023

Navigating life with a disability can be an overwhelming journey, particularly when it comes to seeking approval for work. The process of filing and obtaining approval for Social Security disability benefits can be time-consuming, often leaving disabled individuals discouraged. However, you don't have to go through it alone. Hiring help can make a world of difference, and this blog will explain why it's essential for those in need to invest in a Social Security disability attorney. [Read More]

Dealing With Visitation Issues During Divorce

Posted on: 19 July 2023

When divorcing parties create a visitation schedule, problems can follow. When any of the below issues arise, speak with your divorce attorney. Disagreements on Visitation Terms  Divorcing parties may have different ideas about the visitation schedule, including the frequency, duration, and specific days or times for visitation.  A lawyer experienced in family law can provide guidance and negotiate on your behalf. They can help you understand your rights and legal options, advocate for your interests, and work towards finding a fair and workable visitation schedule through mediation or negotiation. [Read More]

Do Not Rush Into Signing Divorce Documents

Posted on: 13 June 2023

Were you presented with divorce papers that you do not intend to delay signing because your marriage is over? No matter how willing you are to sign the divorce papers to officially end the marriage as soon as possible, doing so might be a big mistake. Have you actually read the divorce papers and fully understand what you are agreeing to in the settlement? Rushing to sign the documents can lead to you losing possession of various assets, a fair child custody arrangement, and many other things. [Read More]

How Long Is Too Long? Statutes Of Limitations And Your Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 1 May 2023

Many personal injury victims file a claim and/or lawsuit fairly quickly after they are harmed by another party. However, there are also times when it's better for a victim to wait some time. And sometimes, a victim is forced by circumstances to wait.  If you're in one of the latter categories, you need to know how the statute of limitations affects your ability to bring a lawsuit. What is the statute of limitations? [Read More]