Tips For Using An Apostille Service For Your Documents
20 December 2021
You might have experience with working with notaries for different things; for example, you might have had to work with a notary when buying a car. However, you might not be familiar with apostille services. Apostille services are similar to notary services, although the requirements for apostille services are sometimes a bit stricter. Basically, an apostille service is used for things like verifying and authenticating the seal on certain important documents, such as birth certificates.
Your Child Has A Legal Right To Be Accommodated For Their Disability At School
20 December 2021
Public schools are expected to make accommodations to children to take into account their special needs under legislation such as the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). If your child is suffering from a disability and this is affecting their ability to succeed academically, you might fear that they are not complying with this act.
How to Know if Your School is Covered
If your child's school is receiving federal funding, you can expect it to be required to follow certain guidelines.
3 Reasons To Keep A Personal Injury Journal
16 November 2021
Were you recently injured and planning to sue the responsible party for compensation? If so, know that it's important to keep a personal injury journal. Here are a few reasons why you need to do so.
Your Mediation And Litigation Can Take A Long Time
Everything is going to be very fresh in your head at the time you are going through your recovery soon after the injury. You are going to remember that pain and discomfort, and imagine that there is no way that you'll be able to forget what you went through.
4 Ways Divorce Mediation Can Protect Your Financial Interests In The Long-Term
11 October 2021
Divorce can be challenging both emotionally and financially. The good news is that you can opt for a mediator to protect your financial interests. This means you will settle everything outside the court. You and your spouse will come to an amicable agreement on matters regarding money. Here are four ways divorce mediation can utterly safeguard your monetary interests.
1. Saves money
For starters, you don't have to spend money on court fees when you opt for mediation.