About Me
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!


Why You Should Be Using Employment Contracts

26 November 2019
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As the owner of a business, you want to ensure that your business is protected when you bring in new employees. One way to do this is to provide your employees with employment contracts, which also protects their own interests. Here are three reasons why employment contracts are important for your business: These Contracts Define the Employee's Position and the Scope of Their Employment Employment contracts give you the opportunity to define the nature of the position in as much detail as possible. Read More …

Getting Accepted For Social Security Disability Benefits: How An Attorney Can Help

26 November 2019
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While the process of getting Social Security disability benefits shouldn't be difficult, there are a number of hurdles you might encounter right from the start. Less than 30% of applications are approved in the initial stage, making a denial much more common than you may realize. Your application can be denied because of a technicality with missing paperwork or a late filing or because there is not enough proof of your disability. Read More …

Cost Per Pound Of Flesh And Bone: What You Lose In An Accident Should Be Paid For

23 September 2019
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Surrogates are paid to borrow their wombs to incubate children. Men sell their sperm to sperm banks. Cadavers are sold to universities and teaching hospitals. If there is a legal market for body parts, the trade of money for flesh and bone continues.  Ergo, if you are in a car/truck/motorcycle accident, and the other driver causes you to lose flesh, muscle, bone, and tissue, why should they not pay? If you had ended up in a morgue, and your family gave their permission, your body would have been sold for education purposes. Read More …

Who Has Jurisdiction Over Your Divorce?

30 June 2019
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You might get so caught up in the emotional aspect of your divorce that you fail to see things from a legal point of view. Ignoring legal jurisdiction when you divorce could cause unnecessary complications for divorcing couples. To help you better understand how jurisdictional issues could affect your divorce, read on. Do You Have Legal Domicile? To have a legal divorce, you must file in the state where you can show residence. Read More …

Court Is Not Your Only Option: Why Alternative Dispute Resolution May Be Right for You

23 April 2019
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Many people think when two parties don't agree on the legalities of something, whether it's a business or personal relationship, that their only recourse is to battle it out in the court system. This is far from the case, however. In addition to court being costly for both parties, neither usually ends up being happy with what the court decides. A better option — at least initially — is to go through an alternative dispute resolution service. Read More …