Back Child Support: What To Know

22 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When parents part ways, child support is one of those unique issues that is more bound in legal red tape than most. Many couples are perfectly free to make decisions about custody, visitation, debt divisions, and property allocations. Who pays child support, however, is strictly governed by a myriad of regulations and income calculations. Once custody has been decided, the non-custodial parent is almost always ordered to pay the other parent a sum of money based on their income. Read More 

DUIs Involving Horse, Bikes, And Broken-Down Cars

20 June 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

DUI charges cover a lot more than operating what might be traditionally thought of as vehicles. There are scenarios where people on bicycles, in broken-down cars and even on horseback can be charged with DUIs. The police have wide powers to charge folks with DUIs, but that isn't the same as being convicted of an offense. How does a DUI defense attorney approach such a case? Exercising Control of a Vehicle Read More 

When Should You Hire A Construction Lawyer?

20 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Whether you're building a garage or outbuilding on your property or constructing your dream home from scratch, you may find yourself wondering what to do in the event of a dispute with your contractor or a problem with the building materials themselves. Is it worth it to hire an attorney, or should you attempt to settle the matter on your own? Read on to learn more about some situations in which hiring a construction attorney may be warranted. Read More 

How Military Divorces Differ from Other Divorces

16 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Normally, a divorce is the same process regardless of if you are in the military or not. However, in some circumstances, a divorce can be much more challenging. Regardless, you are better off hiring a military divorce lawyer for various reasons.  Service Members in Active Duty If one partner is in active duty in a remote area, the divorce process might be more difficult. You may have to wait longer to finalize the divorce if your partner is active duty in a remote area. Read More 

4 Work Visa Mistakes Than Can Lead To A Denial

7 March 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are not a citizen of the United States and you desire to work within the country, you must obtain a work visa. There is no way around it. Even more importantly, the government is very specific when it comes to what is required and very strict about close adherence to these guidelines. If you make a mistake during the application process, even a small one, your request for a visa could be denied. Read More