Posted Aug 01, 2021
Though child support law can be incredibly complex and confusing, there’s one general rule that most people understand: Child support ends when the child turns 18. While that’s true in most cases, there is one situation in which that rule might not apply. If the child is disabled in some way that requires them to receive continued support and care from their parent, the non-custodial parent may have to continue making support payments to help pay for the disabled individual’s care, even after they come of age. Here’s what you need to know about these unique circumstances.
Posted Jul 29, 2021
Division of assets is always one of the most contentious parts of a divorce. But the issue gets particularly messy when you’re involved in a high-asset divorce. With so much at stake, people tend to dig their heels in even harder than normal. Additionally, a large amount of assets can make it easier to slip some of those assets under the radar when disclosing financial assets. It’s not unusual for partners in a high-asset divorce to try to hid assets, so if this is something you’re concerned about, keep reading to learn more about how assets are most often hidden—and how we can help you find them.
Posted Jul 15, 2021
Liability can be a tricky thing, especially in regards to personal property. While you might expect a business to take responsibility for injuries that occur on their property, does the same thing apply to your private residence? If someone is injured on your property, could you be held liable in a civil lawsuit? Let’s take a look at a few of the factors that influence liability in these situations.
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