Recovering Damages For Emotional Injuries

There are various damages that plaintiffs can recover after a personal injury. Medical expenses, wages, and economic damages are easy to quantify and are the most common damages offered to victims. However, there are some incidences where victims suffer from emotional and mental distress due to an accident or a traumatic experience. Due to a lack of tangible evidence, such as medical bills, establishing damages for emotional distress is a daunting task.   Read More...

3 Key Things A Divorce Attorney Can Handle

The aftermath of a divorce can be difficult to navigate. You may have questions about custody rights, property division, and other concerns. Fortunately, a divorce attorney can handle these issues and many more for you, making this process easier. Here are three key things these lawyers will handle for you. Debt Repayment Plan Family debt is often an added stress to a divorce. Unfortunately, many couples don't consider it until it's time to divide their property.   Read More...

3 Essential Roles Of A Child Custody Lawyer You Should Know

In a perfect world, couples would never need to go through the complex process of divorce. Unfortunately, this is not an ideal world, and many marriages fail daily. If you are going through a divorce or have been divorced in the past, you need an experienced child custody lawyer. This area of law can be difficult to navigate if you're not experienced because there are many things to consider. This article discusses three essential roles of a child custody lawyer that every parent should know before hiring one for themselves or their children.   Read More...

Should You Use A Property Bond To Get Out Of Jail?

Getting arrested is an unfortunate event in life. If you do not want to spend time in jail, and if a judge allows, you can opt to pay bail to stay out of jail until your court date. Unfortunately, you may not have enough money to afford a bond. A bail bondsman is one option. You can also opt for a property bond. A property bond means you have to place your home or the home of someone else on the line to get a bail bond.   Read More...

Do You Need a Guardian Ad Litem? What You Need to Know

Child custody cases can be very complex. In many cases, parents can sometimes agree on the custody arrangements. In others, a judge has to make those decisions for you. A judge or you as the parent may also utilize a guardian ad litem during the process to make sure the best interests of the children are met. The following are some things you should know about a guardian ad litem:   Read More...