What You Need To Know About Alimony

Ending a marriage can be both emotionally and financially devastating. To help ease the financial burden that a spouse may feel after the divorce is final, some judges will award alimony to the spouse who generates less income. Alimony can be a useful tool in helping you rebuild your life after a divorce. Learn more about the alimony process and how it can benefit you. Alimony is based on capacity to earn. [Read More]

How A Construction Litigation Attorney Can Help Contractors With Non-Payment Issues

If you work as a contractor, not everything will always go smoothly with you and other contractors. There may be an issue with non-payment, for example, that ultimately affects your business. If this has happened, you need to contact a construction litigation attorney. They can help out in the following ways.  Investigate Your Case  Before you ever head to court and file a claim against another contractor, your construction litigation attorney will first investigate your case. [Read More]

Does Your Will Need A Codicil?

Wills provide loved ones with a sure path to deal with estate matters at a time when they are grieving and confused. If you already have a will in place, you must know that as your life changes, so must your will. Failing to update your will could cause even more problems than not having one, and doing so is so easy that you should not have an excuse. Read on to learn more about updating your will and how it's done. [Read More]

On The Stand: Be Confident During Your Personal Injury Trial

If you are pursuing a claim against an at-fault driver, you may find yourself preparing for a trial. The best case scenario for a personal injury case is to be offered a settlement before you ever head to court, but you cannot always count on that happening. Being prepared for this somewhat intimidating experience can only help you to get the compensation you are owed, so read on and be confident on the stand. [Read More]