Your Furry Family Members And Divorce

Divorce can bring several emotional and sensitive issues to light and how to decide pet custody is just one of those. No matter how you look at it, dealing with this issue is tough. Read on to get a better idea of how the courts treat this tricky problem. Not Really a Custody Issue Divorce laws (and almost all laws, in general) are based on ancient provisions. As little as a hundred or so years ago, almost all animals were viewed as assets. Read More 

Telling Your Young Child About Divorce

Divorce is painful for a child at any age. However, for young children, the challenges are even greater. A young child may take the news of their parent's divorce as a sign that they've done something wrong or that a parent wants to get away from them. How you choose to tell your child about the divorce can make a world of difference when it comes to their perception of the life change. Read More 

Ways To Prove That Someone Lacked The Mental Competency To Correctly Write A Will

If you're the adult child of someone who is aging, you may expect that you'll be the primary beneficiary listed in the person's will. However, there are many scenarios in which your parent could list someone else as a beneficiary, and this may upset you. In some cases, it's possible that your parent lacked the mental competency to make a sound legal decision, and this is one reason that you can contest the will. Read More 

Reasons To Sue Your College After An Assault In Your Dorm

Students live in college campus dorms in order to be close to their classrooms and extra-curricular activities, as well as to be part of an exciting environment for students who study and live together. Unfortunately, many students are assaulted on campuses each year by people from outside of the college community, and some of these attacks take place in their dorms.  If you've been through such an ordeal, you shouldn't hesitate to hire an attorney who specializes in personal injury cases. Read More 

3 Tips On Finding A Good Lawyer For Your Personal Injury Case

If you have been injured, you may be entitled to compensation. This compensation can take the form of reimbursement for medical bills, including rehabilitation. You may even be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering. You will need to hire a personal injury attorney; however, you will want to hire one that will be able to get you the most money possible. The following are three tips to help you find this type of attorney. Read More