Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Deciding whether or not you’ll keep your ex’s last name after divorce is a highly personal choice.
Some women tend to keep the last name of their children...at least until they are raised.
But more and more women are deciding not to keep their ex-husband’s last name after the divorce. It’s not as unusual, or as difficult, to change your name as you might think.
In today’s episode, we’ll answer the question, “Should I Change My Name After Divorce?”
Saturday, September 25, 2021
Did you receive a notice from Social Security that your benefits are stopping because of a Medical Review? This brief video explains how your benefits can continue during the review.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Sunday, September 19, 2021
While every administrative law judge has his or her own way of conducting hearings, there are certain questions that are asked of claimants in every case.
You can expect these questions in your hearing and you and your lawyer should prepare ahead of time by practicing how you will answer. There is simply no reason to end up surprised by standard questions about your physical capacity, your pain level and your activities of daily living.
In this video I offer you examples of questions that you will be asked at your hearing and I explain briefly how you should and should not answer these questions.
I also express my thoughts about how you and your lawyer can best prepare for your hearing and what constitutes an appropriate pre-hearing conference. In my opinion, a lawyer who meets his client for the first time 10 minutes prior to a hearing is not offering adequate pre-hearing preparation.
Thursday, September 16, 2021
In this video Attorney Terri Herron is going to discuss about Can I stop paying child support if the child comes to live with me?
When a divorce is finalized, a court determines which parent will receive custody of your child. Courts require that both parents provide for their children, keeping them in the same financial situation as if they were still living together. Thus, the non-custodial parent pays child support.
There are many factors courts consider when determining custody rulings and child support payments.
If you want to know that can I stop paying child support if the child comes to live with me?
Technically, until your child support obligation is legally terminated by court order, you are required to continue paying support to the other parent. However, in this situation, it's quite likely that the court will terminate your child support obligation once you make the appropriate motion for a modification.
Monday, September 13, 2021
Friday, September 10, 2021
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Did you receive a notice from Social Security that your benefits are stopping because of a Medical Review? This brief video explains what you can do if you disagree with this decision.
Saturday, September 4, 2021
Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Even though a child custody fight can involve strong emotions and convictions, it’s important to keep in mind that your actions both during and outside of legal proceedings can have an impact on your child’s well-being and your ongoing relationship with them. Letting any negative feelings lead to destructive behavior or poor judgment on your part is a quick way of painting yourself in a negative light before the judge and putting yourself at a huge disadvantage in court.
With that in mind, we’ve drawn from our years of experience with family law cases and compiled a list of three things you should never do if you want a positive outcome for your child custody case.
To know these 3 mistakes please watch full video. Don't miss these simple child custody tips that parents often miss in family law and visitation cases.