Your Legal Rights at Work

  • The Path Through Divorce

    2 November 2020

    The final divorce decree can come months after you file and what happens in between those days matters. Read below for a summary of what to expect from the time you end your relationship until the final petition is filed. Separate Living – Once a party packs up and leaves, the marriage is likely over. All attempts to seek therapy and work things out may only lead to a certainty that divorce is the only answer.

  • 3 Top Benefits Of Hiring A Competent Social Security Disability Lawyer

    2 October 2020

    Social security disability law is enforced to provide supplemental income for people who cannot work for at least one year due to disability. SSDI benefits only apply to the people who worked in jobs that are covered by the law. Besides, your health problem must satisfy the strict definition of disability under the law to receive supplemental income. Once you fill out an application, the Social Security Administration will assess it to determine if your condition can be classified as a disability and how much compensation you should get.

  • Will You Have To Go To Court Over Child Support?

    31 August 2020

    One of the biggest worries people often have when they speak with a child support lawyer is the possibility they'll have to go to court. Whether you're the parent or guardian with primary custody of the child or the one being asked to pay support, the process can seem a little daunting. Here is a look at some of the factors that might affect whether your case will end up before a judge.

  • Tips For Hiring A Speeding Ticket Law Firm

    30 July 2020

    If you have recently been cited for speeding, you might be thinking about hiring a speeding ticket law firm. You might have never had to hire a lawyer to help you out with a speeding ticket, however, so you might not really be sure of what to do. If you are in this situation, you might find these tips to be helpful. Understand the Benefits of Hiring One of These Firms

  • Misconceptions About Disability Benefits

    2 July 2020

    A person that has suffered a disability can find themselves facing the prospect of being unable to financially support themselves due to their inability to work. These individuals will often be in a position of desperately needing to apply for disability benefits, but they may be too misinformed to be able to utilize this support option. Myth: Total Disability Is Required To Obtain Benefits It is a reality that disability can occur on a sliding scale, but individuals will often assume that a person must be completely and totally disabled in order to be able to be approved for these benefits.

  • 3 Situations That Warrant Help From A Workers Comp Attorney

    26 May 2020

    In the event of a work injury, workers compensation comes into play. It's designed to give you compensation until you can make a recovery. If you run into the following issues when seeking this compensation, then be sure to hire a workers comp attorney as quickly as possible.  Insurance Dragging Their Feet Your employer's insurance company is the party that is supposed to cover your compensation after a work-related injury. If you feel like they're dragging their feet during this process, just hire a workers comp attorney.

  • 3 Tips For Using An RFC Form When Filing For Social Security Disability Benefits

    24 April 2020

    Individuals who become disabled can find it challenging to support themselves financially. A disability has the potential to interfere with your ability to perform work-related tasks easily and comfortably over time. Social Security Disability benefits are designed to help offer financial support to any individual affected by a disability. The Social Security Administration relies on a book which lists the qualifying criteria for each recognized disability. Not all disability benefits applicants will meet the listing criteria, despite being severely disabled.

  • Separation Vs. Divorce: The Major Differences

    20 March 2020

    A legal separation may seem like the end of your marriage, just like a divorce, but the two are different. Below are some of the major differences between separation and divorce: Spousal Benefits Some of the benefits that spouses enjoy due to their marital relationship stop after a divorce but not after a separation. Classic examples are health and tax benefits. You won't be able to file joint tax returns if you divorce your spouse.

  • Get the Support You Need to Secure a Protective Order Against Someone

    14 February 2020

    It's not always easy to decide to get a protective order against someone. When you are being abused or harassed in any way, it can feel overwhelming to go to court to file a protective order and stand up for yourself. You might believe that the harassment will continue anyway or that you will only make the harasser angrier with you. When you work with protective order attorney services, your rights will be carefully outlined to you.

  • Divorce: What To Do When You Don't Want To Give Up Your Family Home

    16 January 2020

    If your spouse files for a divorce and asks you to give up the family home, you might not know how to react to the request. If you invested time and love into your home for your children's sake, it may not be something you can easily give up on. You can protect your rights to your family's home by doing the things below. Negotiate with the Other Person Homes and property are some of the biggest assets marital couples have today.