What You Need to Know About Domestic Violence

Domestic violence occurs too often. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), more than 10 million people are victims of physical domestic abuse every year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also states that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men are report being the victim of "severe physical violence" in an intimate relationship at some point in their lives. There are many legal issues that can arise from domestic violence, including the need for orders of protection, custodial arrangements for minor children, and divorce. Read More 

When Is It Time To Seek Legal Help For Your Worker’s Compensation Case?

If you have been hurt in any manner while performing any task for an employer, workers' compensation insurance should cover your medical expenses and lost wages. Every employer is required by law to have this insurance for their employees. Unfortunately, things don't always go as planned, and you may find yourself not receiving the compensation you deserve. The minute you realize something is wrong, you should seek out local workers' compensation attorney services. Read More 

3 Things A Bankruptcy Attorney Can Do For You

If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, there are many things you need to know. Too often, people look at bankruptcy as a simple process and decide to file for bankruptcy on their own. This is not a good idea. What you think is a simple process can quickly become complicated. Bankruptcy attorneys perform a variety of services that are beneficial to you. The following are only a few examples. Read More 

Adopting Your Stepchildren

If you married someone with children, then the topic of adoption has probably come up. You have built a relationship with your stepchildren and you love them. Adoption can solidify your blended family. With major life decisions, it is important to look before you leap. You should start the conversation by calling your family law attorney. Read on to find out when you should consider adopting your stepchildren. Sign Adoption Papers For The Right Reasons Read More 

How To Best Divide Your Property After A Divorce

When you and your spouse decide to get a divorce, one important aspect of the process is the division of assets, specifically tangible property. In many states, all property is considered community property despite who paid for it during the marriage. The following are some ways to help ease the process: Create a List Before anything else, make a comprehensive list that shows all property the two of you share. This includes your home, vacation homes, vehicles, investments, valuable jewelry, and the like. Read More