Free To Speak: What You Need To Know About Attorney-Client Privilege

27 October 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

You've undoubtedly heard of the term "attorney-client privilege," but how confident can you really be about the communications you have with your attorney? Read on to learn more about this important and powerful legal concept. What Does Attorney-Client Privilege Mean? Your attorney needs to know everything possible about your case to plan a good defense for you. With that idea in mind, the concept of completely private and protected communications with your attorney came about. Read More 

What If Your Ex Does Not Return Your Child After Visitation?

20 October 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

In many instances, divorced spouses are able to follow their child-custody orders and co-parent their children. However, there are some instances in which problems occur. When your ex refuses to follow the child-custody order and return your child to you, you have legal options available to you. If you are concerned your ex will take your child and not return him or her, here is what you need to know.   Read More 

Drawing Up Agreeable Healthcare Contracts for Everyone & How a Lawyer Can Help

29 September 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

In most things having to do with the law, people like to see if they can do it pro se, or on their own. While you certainly can do most things without a lawyer's help, contracts are something you should avoid doing alone. There are too many things that can go wrong with writing your own contracts, including the wording. If you still want to draw up your own contracts, like healthcare contracts for example, then you should at least have a lawyer help you. Read More 

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Slip And Fall Injuries In A Place Of Business

12 September 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Of all of the ways that you could end up injured in a place of business, a slip, trip, or fall could easily be one of them. These types of injuries are easily the most common form of accidents that occur in public places where customers are concerned. While some business owners will step up to the plate to ensure you are fine and will take liability for your injuries, it is not uncommon for some to admit they are at fault at all. Read More 

How To Handle Custody During An Unexpected Divorce

23 August 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have been caught off guard by your spouse wanting a divorce, this can be a tumultuous time in anyone's life. If you have kids, keeping their needs, safety, and custody concerns at the forefront will be a must. Here are four strategies to keep your custody goals a priority if you are going through an unexpected divorce. 1. Stay in the Home With Your Kids  If at all possible, try to be the spouse that lives in the family home with your children. Read More