Can A Family Law Attorney Ask To Reduce Child Support Payments?

20 July 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

In your opinion, how much child support do you have to pay? The amount of child support you pay or get may be affected by factors such as your yearly income, the number of children you have, and whether one or both parents work. It doesn't matter what your current financial situation is, you can't lower your payments however you want, but only through a court with the aid of a family law attorney. Read More 

2 Instances When You May Need Conflict Mediation Services

23 June 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Often, individuals or organizations that try to resolve conflicts on their own get stuck. Each party wants to prove they are right, and none is willing to back down. A minor disagreement may take longer than it should before the conflicting parties come to an agreement. In extreme cases, they end up in court. Fortunately, there is an easier way to resolve conflicts: mediation services. The mediator has both parties' best interests at heart. Read More 

What Can You Expect At Your Estate Planning Meetings?

24 May 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Many people have put off doing their estate planning for a variety of reasons. Certainly, it's not usually enjoyable to discuss one's own passing. But many people also put off this task because they don't know where to start or what's involved. To help you get started on your own estate planning with your attorney, here's what you need to know about how long you might expect to spend working on it and how the process will look. Read More 

3 Ways Car Accident Attorneys Determine Liability For Crashes Caused During Heavy Rainfall

21 April 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Although collisions can happen at any time of the year, when it's raining heavily, they're more likely to occur. Rain can make driving so difficult. It often interferes with visibility and makes the road slippery. If someone knocks you when it's raining, determining liability can be challenging. While the rain can contribute to a crash, drivers are still required to be cautious on the road. A car accident attorney can help you seek reimbursement if you're involved in a collision when it's raining. Read More 

5 Reasons to Use a Professional Executor, Not Your Cousin

16 March 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

When it comes to estate planning, who you choose to administer your assets and debts is just as important as what you leave behind. The wrong person as executor or personal representative can make things more difficult for everyone you love. The right person, though, will be a big help during a difficult time.  Most people choose a family member or friend to serve as an estate administrator. But an impartial third party, such as an attorney, may be a better choice. Read More