Proving Fault In A Car Accident Case: 3 Things You Should Do If You Suspect The Other Driver Is Under The Influence

Posted on: 17 June 2016

Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a serious problem in the U.S. The latest numbers published indicate that 1.1 million drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or narcotics in 2014. If you get out of your car, only to suspect that something is not right with the other driver involved in the accident, you'll need to act quickly to gather evidence. If you can prove that the other driver was driving while under the influence, the other driver will be at fault; however, you'll need to gather quite a lot of evidence to build a strong case. [Read More]

How Do You Handle Negative Online Reviews That Target Your Business?

Posted on: 13 June 2016

A positive online presence can be critical to the survival of a small business—since 88% of consumers report that they trust online reviews as much as they do personal ones. That give you a lot of incentive to manage your online business reputation. What can you do, then, when a snarky reviewer unfairly targets your business and damages your reputation? This is what you can do. Try to respond to legitimate reviews in a constructive fashion. [Read More]

A Couple Of Estate Planning Questions Answered

Posted on: 13 June 2016

For those that are concerned about how their passing will impact their loved ones, estate planning can be an essential task to undertake. Unfortunately, there are many people that may not be particularly informed about or experienced with this type of planning. If this applies to you, learning the following answers to some common questions may prove to be helpful. What Are The Advantages Of Estate Planning? There is a common assumption among some individuals that simply having a will in place is sufficient planning. [Read More]

Spousal Support: When A Request May Need To Be Made For A Reduction

Posted on: 10 June 2016

Circumstances hardly ever the stay the same. This is especially true after a divorce. When you got a divorce a few years back, you were ordered by the court to pay alimony to your ex-spouse. At the time, you were employed, but you recently lost your job. Or maybe you didn't have a new wife and baby as you do now. The thing is that your life has changed and your currently ability to make the payments has changed from the time that you got divorced to right now. [Read More]