After months of trying to save your marriage, you've finally realized that it's time to call it quits. Deciding to divorce is never an easy decision to make. Now that you've made the decision, it's time to get help. If you've thought about going through the process without legal assistance, you might be jeopardizing your case and creating additional problems for yourself. Here are four reasons why you should hire an attorney to represent you in your divorce proceedings.
Recently, in the news, a toddler was snatched by an alligator near a Florida theme park resort. The family was on vacation, and they lost their child to the natural dangers of this region. The question that many people might be thinking in this case is: Can the parents sue the resort and theme park for the loss of their child? Here is what a personal injury attorney might say about this situation (if and when it applies to you).
When celebrity news hits, it's often about which couple has recently announced a divorce. Some divorces are shocking, and some are expected. No matter the case, there is always a lesson to be learned about divorce. Here are a few lessons you can glean from recent celebrity divorces:
1. Like Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, you can reach a settlement.
After more than two months, the "conscious uncoupling" has come to an end.
When you have minor children, part of estate planning is ensuring they are financially secure if something happens to you. One option that many parents choose is setting up a custodial account. If you are considering establishing one, here is what you need to know.
Why Should You Use a Custodial Account?
A custodial account has several advantages that makes them a popular option in estate planning. One of the advantages is that the account is relatively easy to establish.
It is an awkward situation for sure, but what should you do if you happen to get injured on someone else's property? Know that even when there is insurance coverage involved, premiums may rise. This may show you who your true friends are, or it may be an uncomfortable experience that estranges people you thought were close.
If you get hurt at someone's home, here is what you should do: