We all know that experience is very important. When it comes to the most important and pivotal moments of your life, you want to have expert advice. Expertise = experience. There are some things in life that you can afford to trust to an upstart or novice. Trying a new landscaping company or visiting a … Continue reading Having An Experienced Attorney is Essential
It is widely known that mental disorders can be just as debilitating as physical disorders. After all, the brain is what runs the entire body. Often times people with mental disorders (and their families) are not clear if their condition will allow them to qualify for disability benefits. In this article we will go over … Continue reading Mental Disorders and Social Security Disability
If you have decided that a divorce from your spouse is the right move, then you will likely be contacting an attorney. We put together this article to offer some helpful tips. Don't Make Important Decisions Without Thinking Them Through - Impulsivity and emotion can often be the enemy of sound logic. And after the … Continue reading Some Good Advice Regarding Divorce
When an individual or company is referencing “Social Security disability benefits", he/she or they are referring to one of two programs overseen by the Social Security Administration (SSA): 1) is the Social Security Disability Insurance Program (SSDI), and the other is 2) the Supplemental Security Income Program (SSI). (The law defines disability as the inability to … Continue reading Social Security Disability Law: The Basics
The most important factor to address when a marriage (with children) is being dissolved is child custody. The word "custody" is no longer used in courtrooms. It has been replaced by the term "parenting plan". This term is used to describe the plan that will be used concerning the child's (or children's) life. The plan … Continue reading Family Law: Child Custody
Family law encompasses any law that applies to relationships within a family structure. A family structure consists of spouses, offspring, parents, grandparents, step-children or step-parents, siblings, half siblings, or anyone in your immediate family. Most often, the term family law is used in referring to law surrounding the immediate family of a set of spouses … Continue reading What is Family Law?