2 Reasons To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney After A Car Accident
4 May 2015
One of the first things that you should do after a car accident is speak to a personal injury attorney, mostly because of the many ways in which he or she can help you out. A personal injury attorney can help you get the money that you are entitled to and prevent you from being blamed for the accident.
Prevent You From Being Blamed
One of the most common ways that people avoid taking responsibility for an accident that they caused is to blame the victim.
Missing Marriage Partner: Divorcing Your Spouse That You Can't Seem To Locate
16 April 2015
Sometimes one party in a marriage decides to move on before legally divorcing their spouse. Maybe they moved to another state, or simply took off when divorce discussions began. If you want to divorce a spouse that you can't find, you don't have to stay married forever. You can file a divorce by publication to begin the legal process of divorcing a missing spouse.
Divorce By Publication
In any divorce, your spouse is served with divorce papers that are either left at their last known address, or served by hand if their whereabouts are known.
Going For A Settlement When You Are Already On Social Security
8 April 2015
If you were injured while driving an automobile and you already get social security for a disability, you want to hire a lawyer. You want to make sure that getting a settlement for the accident doesn't affect the amount of social security that you get each month.
You also have to determine if the amount you have to pay in legal fees, along with what you could potentially get is worth your time.
When It's Your Ex's Turn With The Kids, Does He Or She Have To Tell You Where They Are?
27 March 2015
Spring break is coming, and with it comes a whole new set of child custody woes. If you're separated from your spouse, or newly divorced, it can be difficult to know how to handle some of the most challenging aspects of child custody, like vacation time. Here's what you should know.
Your Ex Doesn't Have To Tell You Where They're Going
This may shock you, but absent a court order, your ex doesn't have to tell you where he or she is taking the children while they're in his or her custody.