3 Reasons You Should Consult A Commercial Litigation Attorney As A Business Owner

Posted on: 2 May 2017

When you are initially building your business, you usually don't suspect that legal issues will ever come about that threaten it. However, it is not at all uncommon for business owners to face commercial litigation at some point in their development and operation. The truth is, there are so many facets to business operation that legalities can become a concern at some point, and when they do, it can be scary and even threaten your entire business.
[Read More]

Intestate Succession—What It Is, And How Best To Avoid It

Posted on: 11 April 2017

If someone dies without a will, then the court must figure out how to distribute the property of the deceased. This practice, known as intestate succession, can lead to many problems for those left behind. Here's a little on how intestate succession works, and what you can do to prevent it. Who Stands to Inherit When No Will Exists State laws govern intestate succession. Each state has a list of people who can inherit assets.
[Read More]

How Your Previous Car Accident May Be Used Against Your Personal Injury Claim

Posted on: 21 March 2017

If you were previously involved in a car accident during your lifetime, that information may be used against you by the defendant should you decide to file a personal injury claim in relation to the car accident that you are currently involved in. Here are the two most common ways that the insurance company and/or the defendant may try to use your previous car accident against you. #1 Preexisting Injuries
[Read More]

Tips For Winning Custody Despite Having A Disability

Posted on: 10 March 2017

If you should get a divorce and have children, you are likely going to want to take custody of your children. However, if you have a disability, you might worry that you are going to be considered to be less fit. The courts might worry that you are not going to be able to physically prevent a child from running into the street if you are in a wheelchair or that you won't wake up to help a child if you have a narcolepsy.
[Read More]