Custody And Your Teenagers: Tips For Creating A New Arrangement That Works

According to the United States Census Bureau, in 2012 approximately 28 percent of all children in the United States lived in a single parent home. If you've recently been through a divorce, chances are the most difficult aspect of this process was determining custody. The transition to two households can be very rough on kids – especially if you have teenagers who are accustomed to having both mom and dad around. Read More 

Filing for Bankruptcy Without an Attorney? What You Need to Know

When it comes to filing for bankruptcy, usually in the form of either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, you will usually need to find an attorney. An attorney can help you with a myriad of the legal wrangling that you are unfamiliar with. However, this is not to say that you can file for bankruptcy without the help of an attorney. In fact, many people opt out of the option for an attorney when filing for bankruptcy, which is referred to in the legal world as proceeding pro se. Read More 

What You Need To Know If Someone Is Injured On Your Property

When someone is injured on your property, you may not know what to expect. When are you responsible for their injuries, and what if the person was trespassing? If someone has been injured on your property, check out these five important facts. You Need to Ensure Your Property Is Safe You have some responsibility to keep your property in a condition that isn't a deathtrap for visitors, but just because someone is injured, doesn't automatically mean you're responsible. Read More 

Tired Of Having A Criminal Record? Try Getting It Expunged

If you did some stupid things when you were younger and ended up with criminal convictions, these records might be causing problems with your life. Now that you are an adult and have grown up, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to clear up your criminal past. The good news is you might be able to get the convictions expunged. If you can successfully do this, you will no longer have these records following you wherever you go. Read More 

Divorcing & The Holidays: Five Ways To Cope & Celebrate

The holidays are supposed to be full of celebration and stress-free moments. When a big life event like a divorce gets in the way, you may find it hard to celebrate like you used to. Instead of ruining your winter celebrations of holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, there are ways to cope and celebrate without negativity. The following five coping methods can help you in your personal holiday celebrations along with the proceedings you have with a divorce attorney. Read More