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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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How To Make Joint Custody Work
10 December 2018

It isn't easy to know that your marriage is fallin

Dealing With Supervised Visitation
1 November 2018

It is thought that children of divorced parents sh

Shorten Your Social Security Wait Time By Thinking Ahead
26 September 2018

If you've been unable to work because of a medical

Facing A DUI Conviction? How To Prove Your Innocence
21 July 2018

If you were arrested for a DUI, either for drinkin

Should You Settle For More? Personal Injury Settlements And You
25 June 2018

If you are the victim of a careless driver you are

How To Make Joint Custody Work

It isn't easy to know that your marriage is falling apart, decide to go through the divorce process, and then have to give up your child half the time. However, the best way to get through it all—for you and your child—is to make joint custody work. The only way to make joint custody work is to ensure that both parents are respectful of one another, cooperate with each other, keep personal emotions in check, and agree on joint custody arrangements together. Read More 

Dealing With Supervised Visitation

It is thought that children of divorced parents should have a close relationship with both parents, regardless of their parents no longer living together. The court wants to ensure that custody and visitation agreements follow an overall credo – to keep the best interest of the child at the forefront. Sometimes, however, a parent's behavior steps over the line and may be harming the child. The court will take actions to restrict visitation with a parent who is negligent, abusive, or irresponsible with their duties to feed, clothe, educate, and tend to the well-being of their child. Read More 

Shorten Your Social Security Wait Time By Thinking Ahead

If you've been unable to work because of a medical condition, you may be considering filing for Social Security disability. SSDI (Social Security Disability Income) comes from funds set aside from your paychecks. When you either retire or become too sick to work at your job, you can get those funds returned to you in the form of monthly payments. While the entire application to approval process is known for its hitches and snags, there is a way for you to potentially shorten your wait time. Read More 

Facing A DUI Conviction? How To Prove Your Innocence

If you were arrested for a DUI, either for drinking alcohol, using illegal drugs, or even using prescription drugs, there can be some serious consequences if you are convicted of the crime. You can potentially face jail time, lose your driver's license, and pay a fine. A false arrest can happen due to the police misinterpreting your driving and assuming you're intoxicated, while you're actually not the whole time. Here are some ways you can prove your evidence with the help of a DUI accident lawyer. Read More 

Should You Settle For More? Personal Injury Settlements And You

If you are the victim of a careless driver you are entitled to money damages. This is monetary compensation for the numerous ways that you've been harmed because of the accident. Getting these funds quickly and getting top dollar is vital, and a settlement before you go to trial can create the perfect circumstance for that to happen. Read on for what you need to know about getting the most from your car accident settlement. Read More