What To Know About Modifying Alimony

25 May 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

During a divorce, it's possible that one person is ordered to pay alimony to the other. It's a way to make up for the inequality of income that one person has and helps them with the financial support needed to live on their own after a divorce. However, those alimony payments will not necessarily remain forever. That's why it's important to know more about modifying alimony payments.  When Alimony Can Be Modified Read More 

An Auto Accident Attorney Will Fight For You

19 April 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

The aftermath of an automobile accident can leave you in pain, without a car, and unable to work. Even worse, you may have to fight with insurance companies and other people involved in the accident to get your claim covered and paid out. That can make it harder for you to heal and leave you frustrated. If you cannot work because of your injuries from the accident, you may be wondering how you will pay anything that other people want you to pay and how to get what you deserve. Read More 

4 Questions A Lawyer Can Help Answer After A Truck Accident

17 March 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

An accident that involves a truck is likely to be even more devastating than one involving another kind of vehicle. The combined size, speed, and weight of a semi-trailer truck that hits a smaller vehicle can leave the other driver facing significant injuries and a long road to recovery. One of the most important things an injured driver can do during their recovery is to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Read More 

Essential Factors Young Families Should Consider When Estate Planning

9 February 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most young parents give little thought to estate planning, hoping to do it when they get older. Unfortunately, if death comes at a young age, their young families can be confused about how to handle the estate and other crucial matters. Moreover, in some cases, the kids left behind could be mistreated by those who take up their guardianship. For these reasons, if you are a young parent, you can avoid such issues by hiring a lawyer to help you with your estate planning. Read More 

What Does It Mean To Have A Condition On The Compassionate Allowance List?

11 January 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have had an accident or experienced an illness that has you unable to do gainful work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability. Unfortunately, applying for and receiving Social Security Disability can sometimes take months or even years. Social Security may fast-track your claim if you contract with a Social Security law firm or have a condition on the Compassionate Allowance List. What is the Compassionate Allowance List, and what types of conditions does it contain? Read More