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Have you recently found yourself facing a legal situation and don't know how to proceed? Is this an incident that requires the assistance of an attorney working on your side? Can you get away with not hiring an attorney? These and many more questions are answered on my website. Having worked as an assistant in the legal world, I have gotten to know quite a bit about different legal situations and have provided you with several examples and pieces of advice that can help you. Hopefully, you will find everything you need to help you through this difficult time in your life.

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Understanding The Disabling Factors Of Syringomyelia For Social Security Disability Benefits
1 December 2021

Syringomyelia is a rare disorder that causes a flu

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Representatives In Probate
19 October 2021

If your loved one passed on without creating a wil

An Overview Of The Start Of A Personal Injury Lawsuit
31 August 2021

Are you planning to work with a lawyer to settle y

Can Your Spouse Turn Down Your Divorce Request?
23 July 2021

If you are going through a divorce, you might find

What To Do When Your Attorney Won't Communicate
10 June 2021

Lawyers are essentially professional communicators

Understanding The Disabling Factors Of Syringomyelia For Social Security Disability Benefits

Syringomyelia is a rare disorder that causes a fluid-filled cyst called a syrinx to form inside the spinal cord. The fluid found inside the cyst is the result of a blockage that is the result of a tumor, spinal trauma, or Chiari malformation. The symptoms of syringomyelia can eventually become debilitating. Fortunately, if you or someone you know suffers from syringomyelia, there is help in the form of Social Security benefits. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Representatives In Probate

If your loved one passed on without creating a will, their estate will be subject to probate. This means the court will be responsible for distributing the deceased's assets. In fulfillment of this responsibility, the court will appoint a personal representative. If you want to be a personal representative of your loved one's estate, here are some questions you should ask your probate lawyer. Who Is a Personal Representative? A personal representative is also called an executor. Read More 

An Overview Of The Start Of A Personal Injury Lawsuit

Are you planning to work with a lawyer to settle your personal injury, and you're wondering what is involved in the process? If so, it helps to have an overview of what will happen at the beginning so that you know what to expect. Perform Pre-Litigation The process starts with the initial meeting with your personal injury lawyer. This often happens after someone has already started treatment for their injury, but it can even happen when someone is experiencing symptoms and doesn't know what to do. Read More 

Can Your Spouse Turn Down Your Divorce Request?

If you are going through a divorce, you might find that your spouse is refusing to sign the divorce papers. Such cases are common due to reasons such as spite or your spouse isn't ready to give up on your marriage. Divorce is never easy for any of the parties involved, but the process becomes smoother if you agree on most things.  If you want a divorce and your spouse agrees, you'll have an easier time discussing parental roles, child custody, child support, alimony, and property split. Read More 

What To Do When Your Attorney Won’t Communicate

Lawyers are essentially professional communicators. The ability to communicate is a major aspect of a successful law practice. When your lawyer agrees to take your case, they are ethically required to remain in communication with you. If your lawyer is not communicating, this can be a warning sign that you may want to file a complaint against your attorney. The Problem with Bad Communication If your attorney is not communicating with you, this might lead to you not being informed about important aspects of your case. Read More