Custody Confusion: Simplifying The Custody Law Language

Obtaining A Work Visa: Common FAQs

The United States is known as the land of opportunity, and it is easy to see why. There are jobs to be found in almost every area of the country. Therefore, if you are looking to come to the U.S. for work, you should have no trouble finding it. However, to be legally allowed in the country to work, you will have to obtain a work visa. Take a look at some of the things you will want to know if you plan to apply for a work visa.   Read More...

Should You File Bankruptcy If You Have A Lot Of Non-Dischargeable Debts?

One of the first things a bankruptcy lawyer will look for, when meeting with a person who is considering bankruptcy, is the types of debts the person has. Attorneys classify debts in two categories, which are dischargeable debts and non-dischargeable debts. If you qualify for Chapter 7 and have mostly dischargeable debts, using this branch is usually the best option. If you have mostly non-dischargeable debts, you may need to use Chapter 13.   Read More...

Two Reasons Why You Should Never Divorce Without An Attorney

When you think you are building a life with someone and it all comes crashing down, divorce is often the only option. It's hard to be with an individual when the trust is gone or the love has died off. If you're going through this right now and know that you and your spouse will be parting ways, it's important for you to remove emotions from the experience and think rationally.   Read More...

Should You Appeal A Social Security Disability Claim Denial?

When your application for Social Security Disability benefits is denied, your first impulse may be to appeal the decision, particularly if the reason for the rejection is unfair or due to an error. However, sometimes instigating an appeal is not the best idea. Here are a couple of things to keep in mind when deciding whether to challenge your denial. Do You Have the Resources to See the Process Through?   Read More...

A Simple Guide To Workers' Comp

As an employee, it is a good idea to learn the basics of worker's comp just in case you should end up getting hurt on the job like so many people do each and every day. This way, you will be educated on the subject, which is always a good plan, even if you never find yourself in the position of needing to file a worker's compensation claim. Here are the basics of workers comp that you want to know about:   Read More...