The Added Benefits of an Estate Planning Attorney

You may know that you can technically create a will without the help of an estate planning attorney. But there are some added benefits of using a professional. Here are some of the top considerations.  Better Understanding of the Law What happens if you write something in your will that is not actually legal? For example, you want to assign all of your assets to your cousin, but you're married, which means that the assets legally transfer to your spouse? [Read More]

Money Matters: How Much Is Owed For Child Support

If you and your spouse are in the midst of a divorce, the subject of child support will need visiting if you are the parents of a minor child. When it comes to contentious issues, those that pluck at our heartstrings and are connected to our wallets are often the most hotly contested, and child support checks off both of those boxes. The courts have very specific guidelines for addressing this issue. [Read More]

Spouse Injured In A Car Accident? Learn What Role You Play

Your spouse was injured in a motor vehicle accident. When it comes to their personal injury claim, it's up to them to fight their own battle, right? The short is answer is no. As their partner, you play an important role in the claim process and your participation is vital to the success of their case. If you're wondering what role you play, here are some helpful details.      Become The Medical Treatment Supervisor [Read More]

3 Things That You Shouldn't Put Up with When You Run a Bar

Running a bar can be a whole lot of fun, and it can be lucrative too. However, serving alcohol can be risky business, and you have to worry about fees and fines, liability issues, and more. This means that you can't put up with just anything in your establishment, no matter how much you want to strive for a laid-back and fun atmosphere. These are a few things that you should not put up with in your bar setting. [Read More]