3 Tips For Succeeding In Your Divorce Case

Getting divorced is never easy. It isn't something anyone really plans for. It just happens. Something causes the marriage to fall apart and the parties decide it best to part ways. When that happens, you are stuck dealing with a lot of different emotions and stressors trying to figure it all out. If you are going through a divorce case, you want to make sure you don't end up getting taken advantage of and lose out on more than you deserve. [Read More]

Surviving A Divorce When You Have Lots Of Money

People with lots of money rightfully fear getting divorced. They know their assets will come under a tremendous amount of scrutiny. If you have a high-net worth, it is always best to consult with an experienced divorce lawyer. During consultation, here are three of the most important divorce concerns you will want to talk about. The Dreaded Temporary Restraining Order It is highly likely that, as a person with lots of money, your estranged spouse will have their lawyer request a temporary restraining order (TRO) on your finances. [Read More]

The Two Biggest Steps To Take In A Food Poisoning Lawsuit

A popular Mexican-style fast food chainis the latest in a wave of restaurants that have fallen prey to problems with contaminated food. In this most recent case, salmonella-infected tomatoes were used to prepare customers' food, but past incidents with this chain and other restaurants have involved things like hepatitis, the Norovirus, and scombroid poisoning. In other words, getting contaminated food is nothing new and it could happen to you. If it does, and you get sick, you may be able to file a personal injury suit in order to be compensated for your injuries. [Read More]

3 Tips To Help Get Your Family Through The Holidays While Divorcing

Holidays can be especially trying when you and your spouse are in the process of divorcing. However, if you share children, it is important that you are able to work through your differences to avoid spoiling the season for them. Here are some tips to help you and your spouse handle the upcoming holidays while divorcing.  Integrate Family Traditions Even though you and your spouse are going through a divorce, it does not mean that some family traditions cannot survive the process. [Read More]