Where There’s A Will There’s A Way: 3 Reasons You Need To Have A Will

When it comes to your future, and the future of your family, a will is one of the most important pieces of paper you can have. Dying intestate – without a will – can lead to serious complications for your loved ones. An active will is your way of telling the state, and everyone else, exactly what you want to have happen to your assets. If you don't have a will, it's up to the courts to determine how your assets are divided. Read More 

What Happens When Accommodations Do Not Apply To Everyone?

No matter what type of company you own, there are essential functions that pertain to each job within the company. These are normally described as the job duties or responsibilities. But what happens when your employees are unable, or even unwilling, to perform a function of the job that you feel is reasonable, based on the fact that it violates your moral or religious beliefs? Can your employees ask you to make reasonable accommodations pertaining to that job duty? Read More 

Four Bad Reasons To Stay Married

People contemplating a divorce often have reasons for not pursuing this outcome. Here are four lines of thinking that may not be as sound as you think. It Will Hurt the Kids If your kids are very young, perhaps they wouldn't be able to understand a divorce. But if they are older, they may be able to sense the discord between you and your spouse. And that's probably hurting them too. Read More 

Staying On The Judge’s Good Side During Family Challenges

Are you working through a custody or sole decision battle? Are divorce proceeding becoming a risky balance between maintaining a property, maintaining child visitation rights, and maintaining your dignity? The very nature of family law is highly emotional and with high personal stakes, but many people forget that they need to win the court battle in order to win any personal battles. If you're worried about the stakes and how to represent yourself when you have to speak on your own, here are a few guiding insights for family law mediation: Read More 

Swimming Pool Lawsuits: 3 Things to Consider

Swimming pools are supposed to be where you go to hang out, have fun, and socialize with your friends, while soaking in some of the hot sun's rays. Unfortunately, sometimes the worst can happen and someone can get injured due to pool chemicals, slick surfaces, or something else entirely. Depending on the situation, you may have legal options against the owner of the pool. Contacting a local law firm can help you determine this. Read More