Rusty Roof Refuse And Careless Construction Contractors: What To Do When You Are Injured Afterwards

If you own a house, you will probably replace the roof at least once in the twenty to fifty years that you own the place. If you get a contractor that is worth his/her salt, he/she will make absolutely certain that every used or bent nail and every broken shingle is removed from your yard. However, if you get a contractor that is careless, or has employees that do not address all of the refuse they throw down from your roof, that is a recipe for major injury and possibly tetanus/lockjaw. Read More 

Ready To Settle? How To Avoid Problems With Your Divorce Settlement

If you're going through a divorce, it's time to start thinking about the settlement. You might be months away from settlement negotiations, but it's never too early to get prepared. Divorce is never easy. However, some missteps and mistakes along the way can make the process more difficult than it needs to be, especially where the settlement is concerned. Here are some steps you should take to help reduce the stress associated with your divorce settlement. Read More 

Tips For A Successful Child Custody Order In Your Divorce

Divorce is always a complex process, but when children are involved, it is even moreso. If you are preparing to file for a divorce in which you are also negotiating child custody, it's important to understand how to handle the visitation and custody arrangements along the way. The manner in which you handle your children, the visitation schedule, and your interactions with your soon-to-be ex can have a direct effect on your case. Read More 

Failing To Meet Child Support Obligations: What Are The Consequences?

Divorcing couples with minor-aged children usually must deal with the issue of child support. In all but a few rare instances, one party will end up paying a share of the cost for the care of the child. The amount ordered varies depending on where you live, the parent's income, and other factors. Regardless of what state you reside in, however, both the state and the federal government take a keen interest in forcing the parent who owes child support to pay up. Read More 

Who’s At Fault? Understanding Fault And No-Fault Divorces

Many couples no longer need to assign fault to get divorced. All states offer some form of a no-fault option to those who want a quicker and less-stressful way to get untangled from each other. However, there are some states that still provide couples with the option to pursue fault in a divorce. Read on to learn a bit more about what happens with a no-fault and a fault divorce. Read More