3 Ways To Pay For Your Divorce

Getting a divorce is not only emotionally draining, it can also be really expensive as well. You are going to have to pay your divorce attorney a retainer in order to secure their services. Fortunately, some divorce attorneys will allow you to work on a payment plan to build up your retainer. When you find an attorney, work with them to come up with monthly payment plans and a timeline. First, though, you have to figure out how you are going to pay for your attorney. [Read More]

Do This Before Pleading Guilty of a Crime

If you are facing criminal charges, you may be tempted to plead guilty and get rid of the issue as soon as possible, especially if you consider the charges minor. Unfortunately, not many people understand the consequences of pleading guilty to a crime. Therefore, you need to do at least these three things before entering a guilty plea: Ensure You Understand All the Charges You're Facing A single criminal act may attract multiple criminal charges. [Read More]

How To Help Your Child Stay Emotionally Healthy During A Custody Dispute

Working to get custody of your child can be stressful for everyone involved, but it can also be hard on the child. The time of indecision and the reduced security of parenthood can make it a troubling emotional time. As a parent fighting for custody, there are some things you can do to help your child manage the stress.  1. Focus on your relationship It's too easy to allow the distraction of court dates and the time meeting with lawyers to cut into the time you have to spend with your child. [Read More]

What You Need To Look For When Retaining A Workers' Compensation Attorney

When you get injured on the job, the next step is to visit your human resources department to discuss your workers' compensation benefits. It is not unusual for employees to navigate this process on his or her own, but there are times when it is necessary to retain a workers' compensation attorney for assistance. You may want legal representation for certain issues that may arise, such as your employer indicating that your injury is not worthy of being out of work. [Read More]