Tips For Dividing Debts In A Divorce

12 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Going through a divorce can be an event that is stressful and can take up a lot of time, and there are a lot of different issues you will need to resolve before you can finalize the divorce. One issue most couples must resolve involves dividing up the debts they have. If you have debt as a married couple, here are some tips to help you ensure that you divide it fairly in your divorce. Read More 

What To Do When The Doctor Changes Your Maximum Medical Improvement Rating

18 August 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Receiving a maximum medical improvement (MMI) rating on a workers' comp claim signifies your injury or illness has healed as much as it's going to and no further treatment will make it any better. While the doctor should be certain of his or her decision, sometimes the medical professional will change the rating at a later date. Here's what you should do if that happens in your case. Ask the Doctor's Reasoning Read More 

That’s Not Fair: 4 Signs You Were Discriminated Against At Work Due To Pregnancy

11 July 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Pregnancy is supposed to be a joyous time in your life. Unfortunately, it can be anything but joyous if your employer has used this time to discriminate against you. Unfortunately, many new parents don't realize that they're being discriminated against. If they do know that they're being discriminated against, they may not realize that they have legal options at their disposal. If you feel that you've been discriminated against during your pregnancy, you need to speak to an employment attorney as soon as possible. Read More 

How Do You Add Collectible Items Into An Estate Plan?

8 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Dividing up your assets between your heirs is often difficult -- although it's a necessary part of estate planning. However, there are additional complications involved when you start trying to divide collectible items. Whether you own a few odds and ends that have mostly sentimental value or a large collection of expensive vintage wines, leaving collectibles to your heirs requires some special planning. Frankly, it's pretty easy to divide the money you have. Read More 

When Rescue Teams Take Too Long To Pull You From Auto Wreckage: What Happens Next

9 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

You hear about it all the time; rescuers failed to get to a crash victim on time, or they failed to get a victim to a hospital before it was too late. What if that were to happen to you? What can you do if rescuers are too late to prevent major injuries from preventing you from walking again? If you find yourself in this position, try to stay alert as long as you are able. Read More