A Meaningful Job

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A Meaningful Job

When I was a kid, many of my friends wanted to be firefighters, teachers, and policemen when they grew up. Interestingly, I told everyone who was interested that I wanted to be a lawyer. I was fascinated with crime shows. While watching my favorite television programs as a child, I was captivated by actors who played the roles of tough, successful lawyers. No matter what they were facing at trial, they always discovered the truth in every case. While I majored in business instead of law, I still have an amazing appreciation for the work attorneys do today. On this blog, I hope you will discover the importance of lawyers in our society. Enjoy!

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Appealing A Denial In Your Social Security Disability Case: How Hiring An Attorney Can Help

10 August 2021
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It is an unfortunate but true fact that many of the people who file for social security disability benefits will initially be denied. If you are among these individuals, you should not give up hope on getting the benefits you need and deserve. Instead, you should reach out to a social security disability attorney to discuss filing an appeal in your case.  Why Filing An Appeal Is So Important When you file a claim for social security disability benefits, the date that this claim is filed is used as a start date for your benefits even if it takes several months or longer for you to begin receiving these benefits. Read More …

How Can You Get Through A High-Conflict Divorce?

10 August 2021
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While most people would prefer to be able to leave a relationship without much drama, some people are more prone to conflict than others. People who are high-conflict are more likely to engage in behaviors that lead to arguments. So, how can you avoid a high-conflict divorce? How can you ensure that your divorce goes smoothly? These tips will help you avoid getting dragged in. Maintain Communication Only As Necessary Read More …

If And When: Wills With Conditions Attached

22 June 2021
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Having a will is important, but it's just as important that the will be legal. All last will and testaments must be submitted and accepted by the county probate court. The already slow pace of most probate processes may be slowed even further when the will contains a bequest that may be illegal, amoral, or unclear. Read on and learn more about what not to include when addressing your beneficiaries. Read More …

Hiring Legal Aid During an Uncontested Divorce

14 May 2021
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When spouses decide to end their marriage, many factors come into play. Divorces can be amicable where both parties agree to dissolve their marriage. However, in some cases, only one party may wish to end the union against the other spouse's wishes, resulting in a contested divorce. In both scenarios, whether the divorce is contested or uncontested, both parties have rights that must be protected. A divorce attorney will guide you through the entire process and ensure that you reach a fair settlement that reflects your wishes. Read More …

Mistakes To Avoid After Your Car Accident

29 October 2020
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Getting into an accident can be a frightening experience. Being shaken up could lead to you making mistakes in judgment that could lead to further injury or affect your right to receive compensation for your accident. Here's what you should avoid. Leaving the Scene Staying at the scene of the accident means much more than just not flooring it and running away. Try to avoid moving your car whenever possible as the position of the vehicles is an important part of the accident report. Read More …