Dealing With A Spouse Visa Denial

Marrying a foreigner can create a complicated situation if he or she has never been in the U.S. before? Even if your spouse has visited your country, it can be difficult for him or her to be granted a visa for permanent residency. If you don't' want to live with your spouse in his or her country, you have the right to petition for him or her to be granted residency in the U. [Read More]

Three Ways You May Be Entitled To Compensation For Medical Malpractice

When people think of malpractice, they often think of sensational mistakes made by surgeons in a hospital. The type of story that you hear about on television. However, most cases of malpractice are not sensational, but they can lead to long-term damage to your health, and you may be able to receive compensation for what happened to you. The following are three examples of malpractice that can result in a deterioration in your health. [Read More]

4 Reasons You Should Avoid A Do-It-Yourself Divorce

If you and your spouse have decided to divorce and are on good terms with each other, you may be thinking about doing the paperwork yourself and saving money. Perhaps you have a book that you purchased that tells you exactly how to go about it. All of the forms that you need can be purchased at a legal store. However, a do-it-yourself divorce is not a good idea. The following are just a few reasons for this. [Read More]

4 Tips For Having Success With A Workers' Compensation Claim

The key to getting through one of the more challenging times in life, such as being injured at work may rest in filing a claim with your employer. Doing this can allow you to have the necessary success in getting the money you'll need for lost work and medical bills. It's imperative to know some of the things you'll need to do to receive workers' compensation. Tip #1: See a doctor [Read More]