If you are serving in the military and are a divorced parent, it may be a good idea to consider establishing a trust fund for your children, especially if you deploy frequently or regularly go TDY. A trust will not take the place of your Last Will and Testament that you update during deployment processing nor will it take the place of child support, but it can provide financial security for your children. Read More»
Disability compensation from the Veterans Affairs office can mean the difference between a safe recovery from military life to civilian life and a struggle just to survive. The monetary compensation can give you time to recover your body without stressing yourself out trying to make ends meet, a form of compensation that is only fair if you were affected by military service. If your VA disability claim was denied, and you’re not sure why a legitimate problem would go ignored, take a look at how the VA disability system works and how you could align your appeal for success. Read More»
If you had driven under the influence of alcohol after leaving a bar or restaurant, and were arrested for driving while intoxicated, you may want to work at fighting the charges against you. While it is never a good idea to drive after drinking, there are instances where the person pulled over was under the legal limit at the time of the arrest. Here are some ways you can fight a DUI charge in an attempt to reduce the punishment attached to the crime. Read More»
There are at least two known cases in years past of bidets blowing up. Since bidets are actually meant to gently cleanse you with warm water and not explode all over you or injure you, this is grounds for a personal injury lawsuit. While you certainly want the case investigated and handled, you will also want your personal injury lawyer to handle the case with some sensitivity. Here is what your lawyer needs from you to take care of the case as quietly and as privately as possible. Read More»
It may feel like you have already overcome the most difficult hurdle if you have already convinced your soon-to-be ex-spouse to agree to divorce mediation. The truth is that you still have a lot of work ahead of you. The following are must-do items that you need to finish before the mediation begins if you want to give yourself the best chance for an acceptable outcome.
#1: Create a List Read More»