Sunday, October 31, 2021
I encounter people who often give up things that they should be fighting for in their Family Law case. I'm often having to remind them that there is a difference between being manipulated and compromising.
If you're dealing with a grown man or woman who will throw a temper tantrum every time they don't get their way, there's not much room for discussion to compromise. Your not asking for certain things in your divorce because you feel that the other side will have an attitude problem, will only leave you in a position that is detrimental to you.
The dangers of giving in to a manipulator or someone who bullies through their bad attitude is that they convince you that if you give in to one thing that there will be peace. It never stops at one thing, there's always something that the manipulator is angry about. If you continue to give in, you'll find yourself making decisions detrimental to your position.
There will rarely be peace when you give in to a manipulator. The problem is, you know this, but you continue to lie to yourself.
When dealing with someone like this, let your Attorney handle the issues of what you are asking for out of the divorce or family law case. Leave the discussions to the Attorneys. Let your Spouse know that you feel more comfortable speaking through the Attorneys.
I'm all for spouses speaking to come to an agreement, but not when you're the one being manipulated and bullied.
Thursday, October 28, 2021
Learn about Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and the two rules to receive it.
At Hodson & Mullin, we know disabled people need help. Faced with a possible lifetime of great physical pain and a frightening financial future, many are so overwhelmed they don't know where to turn. At Hodson & Mullin we not only understand, we effectively steer our eligible clients through the Social Security Disability application and appeal processes, with countless successful cases over the decades.
Monday, October 25, 2021
Did you receive a Notice of Overpayment from Social Security? This brief video explains what you can do if you agree or disagree with the overpayment – repay, adjust the rate of recovery, ask for an appeal, or file a waiver. For more information, check out the answer to our Frequently Asked Question, What can I do if I’m notified that I have an overpayment?
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Saturday, October 16, 2021
Learn what mediation is in divorce and custody cases, how to prepare for it, and why I think it is better than going to trial to solve your divorce or custody case.
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
5 Tips for Workers Compensation Cases
At Hodson & Mullin, our clients are informed of their legal rights regardless whether they have suffered an industrial injury in California, are seeking disability benefits through the Social Security Administration, or both.
Sunday, October 10, 2021
Thursday, October 7, 2021
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.