Tips For Working With A Real Estate Law Firm

If you are going to take your real estate portfolio to new levels, it starts with finding the right legal help. There are real estate law firms that will be happy to work with you and can assist you either on a per-transaction basis or as part of a long-term relationship on all your real estate purchases. These attorneys are important and will come through no matter what kind of real estate you are thinking about buying. Read More 

Get The Help You Need: What To Do If Your Child Is Struck By A Car On The Way Home From School

If your child has been injured in a crosswalk accident, you need to take action as soon as possible. You expect your child to be safe while walking home from school, especially at intersections monitored by crossing guards. To make sure your child gets the help they need, use the tips provided below.  Seek Medical Attention If your child was struck by a car while walking home from school, the first thing you need to do is seek medical attention. Read More 

You May Need An Attorney Even In An Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce is much cheaper than an expensive legal battle and many divorcing couples choose to have an uncontested divorce so they can save on attorney fees. However, it's often not a good idea to enter into any kind of divorce without an attorney. Fortunately, there are attorneys who work with uncontested divorce cases. Challenges in an Uncontested Divorce Even with an uncontested divorce, you and your partner might have disagreements over how you will divide your retirement assets and how child support and custody matters will be handled. Read More 

How Community Property Differs From Common Law In A Divorce

Most states handle the division of property under community property principles. The farther west and south you travel, the more likely that your property will be handled by community property standards rather than common law standards. While common law might look at who was involved in the purchase of a particular item, community property laws treat all property owned by the company as community property with some exceptions. Advantages of Community Property Read More 

How To Get Auto Insurance Information From An Uncooperative Perpetrator

When an auto accident occurs, all parties involved are required to share insurance information so claims can be filed. Unfortunately, sometimes liable parties don't want to pay for damages they caused and will avoid giving anything useful. However, here are a few things you can do to get insurance information about an uncooperative party. Call the Police Even if you're only involved in a minor fender bender, it's important to report the incident to the police. Read More