Several Myths Concerning Divorce And Asset Divisions

18 August 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are currently considering divorcing from your partner, it is vital for you to have an awareness of what to expect from the experience of filing for divorce. This may require you to unlearn some myths that you may have absorbed over the years about the law and process of divorce. Myth: You Will Automatically Receive Half Of The Assets From The Marriage The division of the assets from a marriage is often one of the most contentious parts of this process. Read More 

Other Wills: Proving To A Probate Lawyer Why A Last Will Wasn’t The Last Will

12 August 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Usually, people who plan ahead and want to split their assets among or between beneficiaries do so with a last will and testament. From time to time, things like the death of a spouse or adult child cause people to rewrite their wills. New wills can be drawn up on death beds and signed, often causing problems with the execution of an original will. If you are a beneficiary of your parents' will and you know that the will that the probate lawyer has is not the last will and testament, here is what you will need to do. Read More 

Should You Accept The Settlement Offer In Your Workers’ Compensation Claim?

3 August 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

As with other personal injury cases, workers' compensation claims are usually settled before they can reach the lawsuit stage. Avoiding court is beneficial to both the claimant and the insurance company. After receiving an offer for settlement from the insurance company, you must decide whether to accept it. If you are unsure if you should continue with your claim or settle, here is what you need to know. Is It Time to Settle? Read More 

Going Bankrupt On A Franchise Store You Secured With Personal Assets: What You Can Expect

26 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Filing for bankruptcy is never an easy decision, especially when it comes to owning a franchise store that you used personal assets to secure. You wanted so much for this endeavor to succeed, but it cannot. There is no way to make up the difference between what you owe and what your customers are purchasing. Here is what you can expect when you consult a lawyer from a consumer bankruptcy practice. Read More 

When You’re Injured At Your Job, What Do You Do?

10 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Going to work each day may have been uneventful until you were injured in the middle of your day. As you recover, a multitude of decisions must be made. Will you file a claim? Will you sue the company? Will you seek out a different job? Can you work again? Being overwhelmed is not uncommon, but if you're able to pay attention to these tips first, you may find that your path forward is clearer: Read More