Child Custody Changes: What You Need to Know

Ex-Employee Sues You Without Cause? Justify Your Actions With This Proof

The Internet is full of legal cases involving employees suing employers over discrimination, illegal firings, and many other issues. In addition, a number of state and federal laws protect employees from employer retaliation and other labor concerns. But what about you and your company? Do you have the right to protect your company from an unfair legal suit if the ex-employee says you fired them without due cause? You do, and your business attorney can help you do so. Read More 

Secure Your Rights Through Information And Openness - Questions To Ask Your Social Security Attorney

If you or someone you love has had their ability to provide for themselves threatened due to a disability, you're likely entitled to relief and assistance from the social security administration. However, many people find themselves intimidated by the associated large bureaucracy and end up settling for amounts that are far less than they may be entitled to. Hiring an attorney to oversee your social security claim can be an excellent decision in these instances. Read More 

3 Things To Put In Your Demand Letter For An Auto Accident

When it comes to getting the most money for a personal injury, it's important to know what to do. You will likely receive a call from an insurance adjuster offering you a settlement amount, but the chances are high you can get much more than this with a little effort. By creating a demand letter and sending it to your insurance provider, this may help increase the amount of your compensation. Read More 

How To Determine When It’s Time To File For Social Security Disability Benefits

You may find it harder to work than you once did if you have been in the workforce for a few decades. This does not mean you are disabled, but at what point do you make the transition from work is difficult to work is impossible? Knowing when it is time to file for social security disability benefits will make the entire process go more smoothly. You Have Sustained a Significant Injury that Has Left You Disabled Read More 

What You May Not Know About Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Dealing with your financial issues takes time, patience and planning. One option you have for dealing with your climbing debt is to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy. By gathering some additional information, you may discover that this debt relief option is the best choice for handling you climbing debt. Lien Removal With Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you make a plan with a lawyer and a trustee to pay back your creditors. However, this repayment plan can become harder if you have to pay back liens or second mortgages on your home. Read More