Why You Need A Disability Insurance Lawyer: A Guide For The Financially Vulnerable

8 May 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

You never know what life has in store for you. You could be living your best life one day, and the next day, you have a disability that leaves you unable to work. In such cases, disability insurance can come in handy. However, insurance companies are often reluctant to pay the total amount of disability insurance you are entitled to. This is where a disability insurance lawyer comes in.   Understanding Disability Insurance Read More 

Weather And Car Accident Liability: What You Need To Know

31 March 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

Weather can play a significant role in car accidents, and it can impact liability in a few different ways. In some cases, weather conditions can be a contributing factor to an accident, while in others, they can be the sole cause. When the weather is involved in a car accident, it can be challenging to determine who is liable. Here is what you need to know: What Weather Conditions Can Cause Accidents? Read More 

Why Consult A Lawyer In A Default Divorce?

28 February 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

While you might not need to use a lawyer to get a default divorce, there are times when you need expert legal help during this process. When should you talk to a lawyer? You Want A Fast Resolution Default divorces often go through faster than other divorces. Here, one spouse files for divorce; however, the other spouse doesn't contest the application. A judge then approves the divorce based on the initial application and the lack of response from the non-filing partner. Read More 

Settling Custody Disputes During Divorce

24 January 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

Child custody matters can be among the most difficult with divorce. After all, what happens with a child because of divorce is an important but emotional issue. If the parents can agree on a custody plan, there is no need to take things further. However, the below suggestions could help others get the custody decision made. Create a Parenting Plan  In many places, divorce agreements covering child custody, visitation, and child support are grouped together and referred to as parenting plans. Read More