A Divorce Attorney’s Success Rate: How It Is Measured And Why It Should Matter To You

All lawyers have a "success rate." It is the standard by which they are measured and it represents their ability to win cases. Regardless of your situation, you want a lawyer who has a really high success rate. However, in terms of a divorce attorney, that success rate is measured quite a bit differently from other lawyers.  Not in Terms of Completed Divorces Divorce lawyers will always succeed in helping you get a divorce. Read More 

Getting Creative with the Family Home During Divorce Negotiations

Traditionally, divorcing couples had only a few choices when it came to dealing with the family home during a divorce. Often, one party bought out the other (using money or concessions) or the home was sold and any profits divided between the two. Nowadays, the price of real estate and rising interest rates on mortgages have some people getting creative with their housing issues during divorce. Read on to learn more. Read More 

Handle A Truck Accident That Took Place When You Were Checking Under Your Vehicle’s Hood

You thought you were being careful when you veered to the side of the road to check your truck's engine, since smoke was spewing out from the hood. You even turned your emergency flashers on to alert other motorists to your location. Unfortunately, these measures were not effective if your truck was struck by another driver. Now what do you do, especially since the other driver is threatening a lawsuit and your boss is on the verge of firing you? Read More 

Potential Concerns To Evaluate When Considering Adoption

Those who are thinking of adoption have a few common concerns. Here are some of those concerns, and what you should do about them:  Parental Reclamation One of the constant dangers of open adoption is the issue of reclamation, which is the idea that the birth parent will one day come back for their child. Imagine living with your adopted child, not knowing if or when their natural mother will want to reclaim the child one day. Read More 

Accused Of Being At-Fault In A Car Accident But Know You Were Not? Here’s What You Need To Know

An at-fault car accident can increase your insurance premiums by as much as 40% or more. In fact, in California, it could cause your insurance premium to increase by 92%. Therefore, it is crucial to fight an at-fault accusation so that your premiums don't increase, and the proper insurance company pays for damages and personal injuries. Sometimes, car accidents seem to be caused by one driver yet really are not. Here are several ways that a driver could be assumed as being at fault in motor vehicle accidents, even though they are not. Read More