Issues To Decide In Your Divorce If You Have Kids

Going through a divorce requires more decisions when you have children together, and it is important to come up with a plan for your kids during this time. As you talk about your kids, here are five important decisions you will need to make, and it will be a lot easier to do this if you can both be civil and agreeable with each other by looking at the best interests of your kids. Read More 

Playground Injuries At Your Child’s Daycare: What To Know

Children just naturally love climbing, swinging, sliding, and everything else about playground equipment. With so many tempting choices indoors, such as video games and television, parents are often encouraged to locate a daycare center with plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities for the children. Playground equipment helps children exercise and build social skills, and they are almost always an attractive aspect of a park, school, or daycare center. Unfortunately, children get hurt on playground equipment in astonishing numbers. Read More 

Who Needs Legal Guardians And What Do The Guardians Do?

A legal guardian is a person with the legal authority to act as the primary caretaker of another person. A legal guardian is necessary if the parents of the person who needs guardianship are unable to take care of the child. Either the parents or the court can choose the legal guardian. Functions of a Legal Guardian Here are some of the specific functions a legal guardian may have. Read More 

Planning Your Estate? 4 Reasons You Need Legal Services

If you're ready to work on your estate plan, the first thing you need to do is hire an attorney. Estate planning isn't something you should tackle by yourself, especially if you want to avoid making mistakes. After all, even a simple mistake can come back to cause problems for your loved ones later. Here are just four of the many reasons why estate planning requires legal services. 1. Your Estate Plan Isn't Complete Read More 

Beware Of The Consequences Of Overstaying Your Visa

It's common for those who have stayed temporarily in the United States to overstay their visas. A lot of times, such immigrants return to their home countries without incident. However, there can be serious consequences for overstaying your visa for even a short period of time.  How Visas Work Your visa does not determine how long you are able to stay. The visa simply controls your ability to enter the United States at the port of entry. Read More