Investigating the Accident Scene in Motor Vehicle Accident Cases

In any car accident case, the accident scene itself is often the single best source for objective information about the case, particularly in its early stages.  For this reason, undertaking a thorough, professional investigation as soon as possible is vital in locating and preserving critical evidence.  This article compiles some…...

When is Child Support Addressed in the Divorce Process?

When is Child Support Addressed in the Divorce Process? The divorce process can be long and arduous. Many steps are involved in completing a divorce from start to finish. In 2018, there were 2.13 million marriages conducted and 780,000 divorces administered in the United States. Though the process may be…...

The Basics of Divorce in Arlington, Texas

Divorce Lawyer Whether you choose to pursue a divorce or be served the papers from your partners, you need to understand how the process works. Learning necessary information from a divorce lawyer in Arlington, Texas, can help you learn all your options and choose the best-suited route for your needs.…...

Who Can Adopt a Child in the United States?

Adopting a child is an exciting time in a family’s life. You’ve made the decision to add a new member to your family. While adoption is exciting, it can also be a long, confusing, and sometimes even frustrating process. All prospective parents have to meet certain requirements before being allowed…...

Passengers v. Non-Passengers in Common Carrier Litigation

  Personal injury cases involving common carriers pose unique problems to plaintiff’s lawyers, but offer some significant benefits in the form of  the heightened standard of care typically imposed by courts on common carriers and, typically, deep-pocketed and amply-insured potential. When analyzing these cases, a potential claimants status as a…...

Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Covid-19?

The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the American workforce in a myriad of ways. Workers have experienced layoffs and reduced hours at one end of the spectrum, and burnout from too much work at the other end of the spectrum. Many workers have transitioned into remote working situations, while others feel…...

What Is a Power of Attorney?

A power of attorney is a legal document you sign that gives someone else, called your agent or attorney-in-fact, the legal power and authority to act for you. Despite the name, your attorney-in-fact does not need to be a lawyer. It can be anyone you choose. Usually, you use a…...

What Is Estate Planning?

Estate Planning Lawyers In legal terms, your estate includes your cash, real estate, cars, and any other assets you own, along with any debts that you owe. Estate planning then is the set of preparations you make for how you want your estate handled upon your death or if you…...

Fault and No-Fault Divorce

Divorce Lawyer Hundreds of thousands of divorces occur every year in America. The majority of divorces are painful, tedious, and lengthy. Specific laws for divorce vary state by state, however, the process remains relatively similar. Divorces require documents, records, negotiations, and sometimes trial. Generally, divorces start with separation, followed by…...