What Do You Need When Meeting With An Estate Planning Attorney?

Have you decided that you want to meet with an attorney to create an estate plan for the very first time? You'll definitely want to have the following things ready for your initial meeting so that you can answer some questions the attorney will have for you.  List Of Liabilities And Assets You'll want to bring in a list of all liabilities and assets that you have so that your estate planning attorney will know what they're dealing with. Read More 

Facts To Know About Personal Injury Cases

A personal injury case can be a serious matter for a person as they could be facing significant medical expenses related to their accident. However, accident victims will often want to learn more about their rights and options as accident victims. A Personal Injury At A Commercial Property Can Have Multiple Parties That Share Liability There are many instances where an accident will occur on commercial property. When these accidents arise, individuals could be in a position where there may be multiple parties that share liability for the injuries that they suffered. Read More 

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