The Holidays Are Coming: 4 Ways To Ensure Your Grandparent Visitation Rights

1 December 2018
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The holidays are coming up. If you're a grandparent, the holidays are a time when you get to enjoy the holidays through your grandchildren's eyes. Unfortunately, if you're being denied your right to grandparent visitation, you may not get that opportunity. If you're being denied access to your grandchildren during the holidays, it's time to take action. Here are four steps you can take to ensure you have time with your grandchildren this year. Read More 

Three Benefits Of Hiring A Real Estate Attorney When Buying A Home

7 July 2016
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The process of buying a house can be an extremely complicated task to go through. Not surprisingly, most individuals will need the help of experienced professionals to help them ensure that this transaction goes smoothly. In particular, it can be important to retain the services of an experienced real estate attorney. If you have never bought real estate before, you may be unsure of the reasons for retaining an attorney. After you consider these three benefits of working with these professionals, you will be better able to decide if you should retain an attorney for your real estate transaction. Read More 

Slip And Fall Injuries: Is Your Hotel To Blame?

31 August 2015
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As a guest at a hotel you expect a pleasant stay, good service, and the assurance of your personal safety. This is why it can be upsetting if you injure yourself during your stay because of a slip and fall injury. This guide can help you determine if the hotel should be considered at fault for your accident. Was there a breach of duty to the guest? Hotels have the duty to provide reasonable protection against injuries for their guests. Read More 

10 Facts to Know about Spousal Support

15 July 2015
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Many people divorcing now seldom consider asking for spousal support, perhaps believing that it is no longer part of divorce settlements. That is incorrect; spousal support, otherwise known as alimony, is alive and well, and failing to be informed about this potential source of financial support could be detrimental to you and your financial future. Make sure that you don't disregard this provision in your divorce agreement by reading below for 10 facts that you need to know about spousal support. Read More 

Filing A Wrongful Death Case: 3 Facts You Need To Know

27 January 2015
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Wrongful death cases are often among the most complex personal injury cases. This is because the ability to prove negligence and damages in these cases is made more difficult by the death of the primary victim in the case. Unfortunately, these difficulties will often result in the inability to collect the compensation that you rightfully deserve. Thankfully, taking the time to educate yourself on the topic of wrongful death law can help to prevent this from happening in your case. Read More