Earning Income While Disabled

20 December 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have a qualifying medical condition, you may be able to receive monthly monetary payments from the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program. This program uses strict guidelines to access an applicant's inability to work at their job because of a qualified medical condition, and it is not easy to get approved for the benefits. Once you are approved for SSDI, you will face another hurdle: you must keep your income below a certain amount each month if you want to continue to get benefits. Read More 

Filing A Workers’ Comp Claim? Know Why Timing Is Important

30 November 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Workers' comp can be a life saver went you suddenly become injured at your job. With the help of insurance, you'll be able to recover at home and still collect part of your paycheck. In addition, all your medical bills related to the accident will be paid for, so the added stress from additional expenses will not be a factor. That said, in order to guarantee that you receive workers comp, you need to get moving on meeting time-sensitive deadlines. Read More 

Should You File Bankruptcy Now Or Wait A Few Months?

9 November 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are unable to pay your debts, and your creditors are calling you all the time to get money from you, you may be considering filing bankruptcy. However, before you do, consult with a bankruptcy attorney to see if it might be in your best interest to wait a few months, or even longer, before starting the process. Here are a few reasons you might want to wait. Income Read More 

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