Weathering the Storms of Custody Challenges

When You Don’t Put A Ring On It: Engagement Ring Ownership

When a relationship comes to an end, it can always bring a troubling array of issues to the forefront. While you are dealing with the distress of the breakup, the ownership of that expensive engagement ring may not be the first thing on your mind, but this issue is likely to arise sooner or later. The way that the legal system views this issue can vary depending on local laws and on other factors, so read on to learn more about who should keep the ring when an engagement agreement is broken. Read More 

How To Find A Good Car Accident Lawyer

Are you a victim of a car accident and feel you're not at fault? Do you have mounting bills from car repairs, medical treatment, and lost wages from the inability to work due to injuries? You may have a case for a settlement with the insurance company of the other driver. And if you're like many people, the though of representing yourself in court or even starting the procedure is very overwhelming and stressful. Read More 

Understanding Your Custody Choices

Among the numerous big decisions that divorcing couples need to make are deciding what to do about child custody. If you and your spouse are the parents of a child under the age of 18, you should take some time to carefully consider all your options. The family court system is set up to protect the children of divorce, so you might want to ensure that you place the health and well-being of your child over that of yourselves when it comes to making provisions for their care. Read More 

Veterans, Explore Your Social Security And VA Benefits Simultaneously

Veterans are in a unique position when it comes to disability. The Department of Veterans Affairs exists to cover any service-related injuries with medical care at no cost to the veteran in many situations, but monetary compensation isn't a guarantee. Social security is an option, but dealing with two disability systems can be a challenge. It's possible to use the same evidence and research across both systems, but you need to be aware of the requirements and limitations with each situation. Read More 

3 Keys To Legal Video Conference Services

As a legal firm, you need to always move forward with technology and find new ways to provide for your clients. One such way to upgrade your firm technologically is to incorporate video conferencing. With today's high speed internet and the availability of multimedia, it'll be easier for you to conduct business in real time, despite geographical limitations. To this end, read below and apply the following strategies in order to get all that you need from your legal video conference needs. Read More