7 Important Things To Know About Spousal Support

31 January 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are divorcing and have not considered the issue of spousal support, it's in your best interest to make it a part of your divorce. This form of financial assistance is available to spouses that show a need, and leaving it out of your divorce agreement could be a big mistake. Read on for 7 important things to know about spousal support. 1. Spousal support (originally known as alimony) came about in England around 1857, but it was originally used as a means to help support the wife when the couple separated. Read More 

Guidelines For Fighting Your DUI Case

4 January 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Once you take the risk of drinking and driving, there are natural consequences that come with the territory. Aside from the inherent safety risks and ramifications, you will need to be aware of the legal issues that might come into play. No matter where you live, getting a DUI charge is serious business. To make sure that you're able to move past this incident, take the time to follow these strategies. Read More 

Is It Really Worth Hiring An Attorney To Fight A Speeding Ticket?

3 November 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

No one wants to see flashing red and blue lights behind them while driving. But, odds are, at some point or another, you are likely to get pulled over for a traffic infraction. If you were distracted or in a hurry, you may have been driving faster than you should have been without even realizing it. If you have just received a speeding ticket, you may find yourself wondering if you should just pay the ticket or whether it is really worth it to hire an attorney to fight the speeding ticket. Read More 

Tips For Protecting Your Child’s Inheritance

3 November 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you've started the early stages of estate planning, but you're worried that your spouse may not adhere to some of your wishes, what do you do? When it comes to protecting the inheritance you're leaving for your children, there are a few options available. Before you resign yourself to letting your spouse handle it how they see fit, here are a couple of things you can do to secure your child's inheritance in the event of your death. Read More 

What To Know Before Posting Bail For A Loved One

11 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you get a call from a distressed loved one who's been arrested and needs bail money, your first inclination may be to run down and offer help. However, you want to make sure you understand all the facts first. If the bail amounts to a substantial amount of money, you could suffer a huge financial loss if your loved one goes on the run. Here are some things to consider before posting bail for someone else. Read More