• Did Negligence Cause The Loss Of A Loved One? Why A Wrongful Death Lawyer Should Intervene

    Losing a relative or loved one is extremely painful, and its impact on family and friends is usually great. In fact, the pain is more unbearable when a negligent person causes the loss. The loss could be due to medical malpractice, workplace injuries, an auto crash, nursing home neglect, and dog attacks. Swimming or boating accidents could also lead to wrongful death. But whichever the cause, ensure you look for a wrongful death lawyer to help you get a deserving settlement or compensation. [Read More]

  • What Do You Need Before You Apply For SSDI?

    It's helpful to assemble the below information before you start working on your application for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Submitting a complete application might help you get approved for benefits faster. The Social Security Administration (SSA) needs to learn a lot about your recent job, your medical conditions, and more, so take a look at this list and get started on your application today. Information About You The SSA will ask you your name and Social Security number, along with things like your address and where you were born. [Read More]

  • It's Never A Good Idea To Wait When Applying For SSDI Benefits

    If you are disabled and intend to apply for SSDI benefits, you may think that you need to wait an entire year before you can apply for certain benefits. However, this is a common misconception. You simply can apply for benefits only for a disability that is expected to last at least a year. You should apply for SSDI benefits as soon as possible with your Social Security disability attorney. [Read More]

  • Going Through Probate? Don't Make These 4 Mistakes

    The probate process can be a bit confusing, especially if you've never done it before. That's why it helps to be aware of some common mistakes that people can make so that you can avoid them. Not Starting Probate Early Nobody wants to go through probate, and many try putting it off as long as possible. Don't assume that you need to wait for certain documents to come in, such as the death certificate, in order to start the process. [Read More]

  • Do You Need to Hire a Lawyer for Probate?

    If you're in the early stages of dealing with the probate court, there's a decent chance that an examiner may send you notes. You might wonder about these, and they might make you wonder if you need to hire a probate lawyer. The circumstances for when you may need to retain the services of a probate attorney vary, but here are three ways to tell based on the probate notes. [Read More]

  • Lock Down Your Child's Future With Divorce Arrangements

    Divorce does no one any favors and the most innocent and vulnerable of parties, children, often suffer the emotional and economic after-effects of a divorce in several ways. One way parents can protect their children is to take steps to protect their future. Read on and find out how to ensure that the funds needed to attend college are in place when the time comes. Make Your Child a Priority [Read More]