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Have you recently found yourself facing a legal situation and don't know how to proceed? Is this an incident that requires the assistance of an attorney working on your side? Can you get away with not hiring an attorney? These and many more questions are answered on my website. Having worked as an assistant in the legal world, I have gotten to know quite a bit about different legal situations and have provided you with several examples and pieces of advice that can help you. Hopefully, you will find everything you need to help you through this difficult time in your life.

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How A Family Lawyer Can Help You Outside The Courtroom
19 April 2017

If you have a family law issue, consider hiring a

Why The Bankruptcy Court May Reject Your Plan Of Reorganization
5 April 2017

If you file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you must pr

Factors That Determine Whether You Can Travel Out Of State With A Child In A Shared Custody Arrangement
13 March 2017

If you don't have full custody of your kid, it's n

Taking Your Child Support Obligation Seriously
1 March 2017

There are countless opportunities for contentious

3 Things to Know About Defamation After Being Fired from Your Job
19 September 2016

When most people think of personal injury law, the

How A Family Lawyer Can Help You Outside The Courtroom

If you have a family law issue, consider hiring a lawyer even if you don't plan on filing a lawsuit or petitioning the court for anything. This is because there are numerous issues a family attorney can still help you with outside the courtroom. Here are three examples of what a family lawyer can do for you outside the court: Avoid Wasting Money and Resources The advice you can get from a family lawyer can help you avoid wasting money and resources. Read More 

Why The Bankruptcy Court May Reject Your Plan Of Reorganization

If you file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you must present to the court a detailed plan on how you intend to pay off (a portion of) your debts. This detailed plan is known as the reorganization plan, and it's not a given that the court will accept it. Here are four reasons the court may reject your reorganization plan: It Is Not Feasible The reorganization plan is not just a formality; the bankruptcy court will expect you to execute the plan after it passes it. Read More 

Factors That Determine Whether You Can Travel Out Of State With A Child In A Shared Custody Arrangement

If you don't have full custody of your kid, it's not in your place to decide when and whether to travel with them out of state. You can easily be accused of parental kidnapping if you travel with the kid without involving the other parent or taking into account existing arrangements. Here are some of the things courts consider when determining whether a parent has the right to move with a kid out of state: Read More 

Taking Your Child Support Obligation Seriously

There are countless opportunities for contentious issues when a couple divorces, and those that concern children and finances are common. If you have not been awarded physical custody of your minor child, you will very likely be ordered to pay child support. You should understand that the court system takes its obligation to the innocent victims of divorce very seriously, and so should you. Read on to learn more about the importance of following your child support order perfectly. Read More