A Guide to an Amicable Divorce

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A Guide to an Amicable Divorce

When I got divorced, it went off without a hitch. When my friends heard how easy it was, they were shocked. None of the people they knew had experienced the same easy separation I had. It was not problems with their spouses that was the issue. It was the attorneys. After talking to a few more people and my divorce attorney, I created this blog. I want to help others who are going through the divorce process understand their options. I also want people to realize that there are good attorneys who are committed to getting what is best for their clients.


How To Behave When You Are Pulled Over For Speeding

It is never ideal to get pulled over for speeding, but it can happen to even the most careful driver. If this happens to you, it is very important that you behave in a manner that will not get you into further trouble. To keep everything simple and uneventful, there are some things you should do: Pull Over Safely Once you see that you are about to be pulled over, pull over in a safe area as quickly as you are able to do so. Read More 

Tips For A Wrongful Death Case

If you are ever in need of legal assistance for a wrongful death case, you will want to take your time and find the assistance of the best around. To be certain that you're finding assistance from professionals that will take on your wrongful death case, you'll need to look into the pedigree of several law firms, analyze the parameters of your wrongful death situation and see to it that you are securing the best professional help. Read More 

Effect Of Mental Illness On Spousal Maintenance

If you are going through a divorce and one of you is mentally ill, you should know that the illness may affect the determination of spousal maintenance; mental illness may affect the sick spouse's ability to do the following: Ability to Work Spousal support is not meant to replace regular income: it should supplement it. That is why the receiving spouse's income is also taken into consideration during alimony deliberations. However, your spouse's mental illness may prevent them from working or earning any income. Read More 

You Can’t Live Like This: 4 Steps To Take To Resolve A Neighborhood Dispute

Neighborhood disputes are never a good thing to endure. Not only do they disrupt the peaceful enjoyment of your home, but they can also turn volatile, especially if they're not handled properly. If you're involved in a dispute with your neighbors, you want the problem to resolve itself so you can get back to enjoying your life. If you're not sure how to handle the dispute, don't give up. Here are four steps you should follow to ensure a positive resolution of the issues. Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Hiring A Corporate Lawyer For A Growing Business

When it comes to operating a business there are a lot of things to consider. As businesses grow, they often require additional help from accountants, tax professionals. and even lawyers. Hiring a corporate lawyer is something that many businesses need to do as they begin to expand. However, for some this can be a daunting task. Some business owners may even feel that a lawyer is not a necessity unless they are being sued. Read More