Category Archives: Articles

What Is a Parent LLC, and Why Do You Need It?

By | March 14, 2012

In today’s trigger-happy age of litigation, it’s easy to see why people work hard to keep themselves free of liability. After all, liability is a big part of what ultimately requires so many people to pay big money in settlements and court awards when they’ve been sued. And it’s a big part of the reason people use Limited… Read More »

I Signed a Non-Compete Form. What Now?

By | March 2, 2012

When you’re hired by a company with access to a lot of privileged information, it can be an exciting time. You’re ready to learn from their experts, develop your own skills for your career, and generally make yourself a greater asset to other companies in the future. You can be so excited at this point that you nearly… Read More »

What You Must Know About Pet Custody After Divorce

By | February 27, 2012

When it comes to the big issues – the cars, the homes, even the kids – divorce is a messy thing. But you’d be surprised just how messy a divorce can be even when it comes down to fighting over something relatively simple, like who gets custody of which pets. In some cases, one spouse might be more… Read More »

How to Legally Rent Out a Room in Your House

By | February 24, 2012

Renting out a part of your house or apartment, or subletting, is a great way to earn extra (and generally passive) income – income that can help supplement your own rent payments. But too many people take the illegal route, housing people in areas that they should not be housing them. When they’re found out, not only does… Read More »

The Ins and Outs of Alimony Payments After a Divorce

By | February 22, 2012

As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. But if you’re already at the point of having to pay alimony after a divorce, then you know that you can’t go back and change how much prevention you put into the divorce itself. So what’s the cure? Information. The better you arm… Read More »

Signing Under Duress: When Does it Render a Contract Void?

By | February 17, 2012

Many of us have grown up believing in the general infallibility of the written contract. And while the written contract does indeed hold a tremendous degree of legal clout, it’s not always the end-all, be-all solution for every court case. In fact, some contracts are considered void in special circumstances, such as when a person is believed to… Read More »

How Do I Fight My Health Insurance Company Over a Claim?

By | February 13, 2012

Having an exorbitant amount of medical bills these days is not fun – between the high costs  of medical procedures and the difficulty of finding quality health insurance, it can be a nightmare for people who are already living paycheck-to-paycheck. But what’s worse is when you are indeed covered and your health insurance company still denies your claim.

Raising a Post-Relationship Child: 5 Steps That Will Help

By | February 10, 2012

Parenting relationships for divorced or separated couples can sometimes turn into never-ending battles between mom and dad. In my law practice I’ve encountered many parents who make it clear to me that they wish the other parent would just drop off the face of the earth. Here’s the problem: This wish would be the last thing a child… Read More »

How To Defend Your Small Business from Liability

By | February 8, 2012

In today’s justice system, “liability” is one of the most important concepts to understand. If you ignore liability, you can find yourself on the wrong end of a highly contentious lawsuit – or you may miss out on damages that you’re owed simply because you didn’t think about liability.

What You Need to Know About Workplace Lawsuits

By | February 6, 2012

Trouble in the workplace can be a major issue for a lot of people. After all, you likely spend around 40 hours a week at your place of work – time that could otherwise be spent with friends and family. A hostile work environment can put a damper on your entire daily routine, and the fact that you… Read More »