Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Separation vs Divorce

Are you unsure about the future of your marriage? Here are some tips to help you explore the difference between separation and divorce.

Saturday, June 27, 2020

What A Prenup Needs To Include To Make It Valid And Balanced For Both Parties

An asset protection attorney offers tips on what to include when writing a prenup and why each side must get something to make the agreement valid.

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

How to Prove the Best Interest of the Child

When going through your divorce process, you will encounter something that seems mysterious and maybe even arbitrary to you—a judge's decision about who receives custody and visitation rights. It's also probably one of the things that worries you the most. You fear having restricted access to your children who you love dearly, and you might think an arbitrary decision from a judge might bar you from seeing your children on a regular basis.

While there is no formula for custody and visitation, with each case evaluated on its own merits, there are some factors that you and your attorney can consider when strategizing.

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Requirements for Child Custody Modification In Your State

One of the most common questions I get is whether or not child custody can be changed or modified once a judge makes a decision.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Expert Advice: What Having A Postnup Really Means

Is a postnuptial agreement helpful in dealing with issues that may crop up inside an existing marriage? Estate Management Attorney, Ann-Margaret Carrozza, says a postnup provides much more than just ‘exit rules’ in the event of a divorce.

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Adoption Home Study Tips - Jennifer Bliss, PsyD

Jennifer Bliss, PsyD, shares advice for parents looking to adopt a child on how to prepare for a successful home study.

Saturday, June 6, 2020

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

What To Do When You've Been Injured At Work

Your job is not just something you work hard at but something that is important to your livelihood. That’s why a workplace injury can be so devastating—missed time at work can mean missed paychecks and expensive medical bills.

Enter workers’ compensation. Designed (in many cases) to be the exclusive remedy for injuries that happen on the job, each state is different when it comes to filing claims and collecting these important benefits. The workers’ compensation system can sometimes be complicated with very specific procedural requirements before your claim will be accepted.

For that reason and many others, working with a workers’ compensation attorney can help make sure you get approved for these important benefits.