Are You A Dad With A Special Needs Child Whose Spouse Just Up And Left?

Divorce is often harder when there are children involved, and you can expect that the court will need to take extra precautions to make sure that your child with special needs receives proper care before they finalize your custody agreement. You also have the added complication of dealing with a spouse who may be hard to find or just simply uncooperative. Although it is hard to watch as your child's other parent decides to flee your family arrangement, you can use these tips to work with a divorce lawyer to help give your child a stable home environment. Read More 

Three Reasons You Need To Consult With An Attorney When Injured As A Passenger In A Traffic Accident

If you have been in an auto accident and sustained injuries as a passenger, you may wonder if you need an attorney. Often the initial reaction is to wait and see how things unfold. Perhaps you have been thinking about filing a claim or simply speaking to an insurance claims adjuster. The following are a few reasons you need to call an auto accident lawyer. You're not sure who was at fault Read More 

Your Right To A Speedy Trial (Probably Isn’t What You Expect)

The Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution says that, if you've been arrested and charged with a crime, you're guaranteed the right to a speedy trial.  But, what exactly does that mean? Why do some trials take months or years to happen? Is a speedy trial even in your best interests? Here are some answers to your questions that might help you know what to expect after being charged. 1. The definition of " Read More 

How To Prevent Your Divorce From Ruining Your 529 Plan

A 529 plan is a savings plan meant for the future educational expenses of children. The main attraction of these plans is the associated tax benefits. If you have such a plan, then you should know that your divorce can ruin it. Here are three measures to preserve your 529 plan even after divorce: Have Two Plans Even though everybody wants their marriage to work, statistics show that about 41% of first-time marriages in the U. Read More 

Tips On Being A Safer Driver While In The Car With Your Smartphone

Just about everyone has a smartphone these days, and if you're like most people, it feels like a critical element of your life. Some people can't go more than a few minutes without checking their phone, and unfortunately, this sometimes includes when they are inside their car. Everyone has heard seen the pleas of driving safety advocates in television commercials and online advertisements to put down the phone. Having to hire a car accident lawyer because someone was irresponsible with their smartphone is sad and ridiculous. Read More