Real Estate Law: Construction Defects

When you have a home custom-built for you and your family, it's typically a cause for celebration. You now have a home made especially for your family's needs that you and your loved ones can enjoy for many years. Unfortunately, however, it's always possible that a construction defect or defects could prevent you from being fully content with your new house. This article examines some of the important legal considerations involved when a home has construction flaws. Read More 

5 Ways A Child Custody Lawyer Can Help You Fight Child Relocation

Have you just learned that your co-parent plans to move your child or children to another state or faraway place? Not only will you have to deal with the pain of being apart from your child, but you'll also have to contend with the logistics of maintaining a long-distance relationship. And if the custodial parent moves out of state, you may even have to fight for your visitation rights in court. Read More 

Has Your Relative Lost Their Life At Work? Here’s What You Need To Know As You Prepare To Seek Justice

Accidents are possible in workplaces and may cause severe injuries. Some injured employees recover and return to work following successful treatment. Unfortunately, some succumb to injury and pass on. If this happens to your relative, you may have a right to take legal action against the wrongdoers. Accordingly, you need to consider consulting a lawyer to find out what legal options you can explore to enable your family to get justice. Read More 

Estate Planning: 3 Things That A Well-Drafted Trust Will Accomplish For You

There are all sorts of reasons why you might need to establish a trust. Maybe you want to ensure that your children will be taken care of in the event of your death, or maybe you want to set up a fund for charity donations. No matter what your reasons are, though, there's no doubt that a well-drafted trust can do a lot for you. You can accomplish your wishes in your trust with the help of an estate planning attorney who can ensure your trust is up to legal standards. Read More 

Injured After Slipping & Falling On A Neighbor’s Property

All it takes is for someone to slip and fall to be left with a long-term disability that changes the outlook of his or her life. For example, visiting a neighbor's home and falling down the stairs after slipping on a damaged floor could injure various body parts. That is why it is important for homeowners to warn guests when there are tripping hazards or other problems that could lead to someone getting injured. Read More