Money-Saving Tips For Your Impending Divorce

If you are planning to divorce your spouse in the near future, then you are probably already dreading the pile of legal bills in your future. However, getting a divorce doesn't have to cost a fortune, especially if you proactively take steps to save some money. To this end, here are some money-saving divorce tips you should use. Money-Saving Tip: Think About What You Want and Write It Down One way many people run up massive legal bills when getting a divorce is to continually change their mind about what's important to them as the process drags on. Read More 

Choosing the Right Personal Injury Lawyer for Your Case

When you have been injured due to the negligence or intentional act of someone else, you are entitled to have the responsible party pay for your medical bills, lost wages, and some pain and suffering. In most cases, you will start the claim process with an insurance company, usually your own. It is best to contact a personal injury lawyer to make sure that you get the compensation you deserve. The insurance company will offer you a settlement. Read More 

3 Important Reasons Why You Need A Workers Comp Attorney

Have you been injured while at work? Is your employer trying to deny that the injury took place on their property? Because too many workers compensation claims can raise an employer's insurance rates, it's somewhat understandable that they'd want to try to minimize or eliminate as many claims as possible instead of paying them out. Unfortunately, this means that both valid and invalid claims can be initially denied, including your claim. Read More 

Don’t Leave Your Loved Ones Unprotected: What To Consider When Creating Your Will

When it comes to legal documents, there's one that most people try to avoid, and that's their will. Unfortunately, being without a will can create serious problems for the loved ones that are left behind. If you don't have a will, you should sit down and take care of that as soon as possible. When you pass away without a will – or intestate – your estate is automatically entered into probate, which means your loved ones could be waiting several years to gain access to your assets. Read More 

Why You May Be Charged With A Federal Drug Crime

In most cases, drug charges are handled at state criminal courts. However, there are cases where you may be charged with federal drug crimes. Here are some of the reasons your drug charges may be taken to a federal court and you may need a drug crime attorney: You Were Arrested On Federal Property One of the surest ways to get charged with federal drug crime is to get arrested with drugs on federal property. Read More