How To Speak To Your Children About Your Will

Death is not one of those topics that people want to bring up in a conversation or talk about in general, especially with their children. However, after a will has been drafted, it is crucial that you sit down with your children and make them aware of how you have planned to have the estate divided upon your passing. In doing so, you can help prevent a feud between your children and make sure that they are all aware of what will come.   Read More...

Can Motorcyclists Sue After A No-Contact Accident?

One common way in which motorcycle riders are injured is through no-contact accidents. These accidents occur when a motorcycle rider tries to maneuver or must react quickly and crashes, though he or she never actually makes contact with the other driver. In cases like these, can a motorcycle rider sue another driver for the accident? It may be possible. Read on to learn more. What If the Driver Was Negligent?   Read More...

How To Get A Lawyer When Funds Are Tight

When you're dealing with a legal matter of any kind, it's always best to walk into the situation with an attorney. You might be facing a personal injury lawsuit, medical malpractice situation, a worker's compensation issue, or even a discrimination claim. Whatever the case, just knowing that you have a skilled attorney on your side who can speak on your behalf gives you the confidence you need to go on with the proceedings.   Read More...

Disability Discrimination: Key Legal Points

If you are a disabled person who is employed by a company with more than just a handful of workers, you have important protections from discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The following article takes a look at some key legal points to keep in mind if you feel you are being discriminated against by your employer because of your disability. Covered The ADA does not specifically state which mental or physical disabilities are protected under the law.   Read More...

What Does It Mean If Your Bankruptcy Case Is Dismissed With Prejudice?

When you file for bankruptcy, it is vital that you file correctly, accurately, and honestly, as there are consequences if you fail to do this. One such consequence is the potential for the bankruptcy court to dismiss your case. If the court dismisses it and labels it "dismissed with prejudice," it is not a good thing, and here are several things to understand about cases that are dismissed with prejudice.   Read More...