Why You Should Have Your Own Divorce Lawyer

19 June 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Couples make the tough decision to get divorced every day. And, while they can sometimes have just one divorce lawyer working for the both of them, it's always better to seek your own representation in these cases. Even if the divorce is amicable, you want to feel that someone is working in your own best interest and putting it and you first. Plus, there are a whole host of other benefits that come from having your own professional attorney on your side. Read More 

Transferring Property: The Three Types Of Real Estate Deeds

19 June 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are transferring a real estate property to a relative rather than selling it through a real estate agent, you have many options and likely need real estate legal services. During a typical property purchase, a general warranty deed is used to transfer ownership of the property. However, passing a property to a relative can be done with several types of deeds. If you are curious about your options, this article covers three types of deeds that may be used in this type of real estate transaction. Read More 

3 Things To Avoid Doing When Using Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

18 May 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Are your debts getting out of control and you need to use Chapter 7 bankruptcy? If so, it will help to know what things you should avoid doing to help the process go smoothly.  Do Not Selectively Pay Back Debts A common concern people have when using bankruptcy is that some of the people they owe money to are not going to get paid. This can cause people to start selectively paying back their debts, especially if they owe money to family and friends that they do not want to hurt financially. Read More 

Tips For Hiring A Long-Term Disability Lawyer

15 April 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you happen to deal with a disability that hinders your ability to work and earn a living, it's important that you get the help of attorneys that can help you get payouts to take care of your needs. You will need to make sure that your disability benefits remain intact, and working with a long-term disability lawyer can assist you with that. To this end, follow the points below so that you can learn more about dealing with long-term disability issues. Read More 

What You Need To Know About A Default Divorce

9 March 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

When most people think of divorce, they just think of two married people deciding to end their marriage. And while, at its core, that is what divorce is, it's actually a bit more complex than that, at least from a legal standpoint. Legally, there are actually many different types and classifications of divorce. One that you don't hear about a lot, however, is the default divorce. This is a divorce that occurs when one party files a divorce petition which goes unanswered by the other party or when the other party fails to show up in court as required. Read More