Posted Sep 09, 2019
Whether you’re considering a divorce, pursuing civil litigation, or in need of any of our other areas of legal expertise, our legal team typically likes to begin with an initial case evaluation. What’s a case evaluation? In essence, this our first sit-down with you, when we go over the details of your case, your desired outcomes, and what we believe we can do for you. So, if you’re wondering what happens during a typical case evaluation, here’s a quick look at what we might cover in that first meeting.
Posted Aug 30, 2019
In the relationship between a landlord and a renter, it can feel as if the power is entirely in the landlord’s favor. Though a rental contract is meant to protect the interests of both the renter and the landlord, most renters are either unaware of exactly what rights their agreement protects, or are too afraid of being kicked out to take any action against a landlord. Here’s what you need to know about your rights as a renter, if your landlord has violated your lease agreement.
Posted Aug 19, 2019
In the past, an affair would have a huge impact on your divorce proceedings. If you could prove that your ex was having an affair, you would have a higher chance of receiving the divorce terms you ask for, such as a greater portion of the marital assets, or even sole custody of your children. Adultery was even grounds for both criminal and civil lawsuits. Now, however, things are a bit different. Here’s what you need to know about how an affair impacts your divorce in today’s world.
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