Have You Just Received An Alzheimer’s Diagnosis? Here’s What You Need To Know About Living Wills And Health Care Surrogates

15 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

An Alzheimer's diagnosis is stressful for both patients and families, and the last thing that many people want to do is begin making end-of-life decisions. However, creating a living will (also called advance medical directives) and naming a health care surrogate are both very important steps towards ensuring that your care wishes are followed when your Alzheimer's disease progresses to the later stages and prevents you from making your own care decisions. Read More 

Tips For Getting Medical Treatment When Going Through A Workers’ Compensation Claim

9 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are going through a workers' compensation situation after getting hurt at work, you are probably going to need to seek medical treatment. A few tips for handling this aspect of your situation are listed here. Your lawyer might have additional tips for you to follow when it comes to dealing with your injury and handling your workers' compensation case, too. Don't Delay Before Seeking Treatment First off, don't make the mistake of delaying seeing a doctor. Read More 

3 Situations To Hire A Real Estate Lawyer As A Commercial Property Owner

3 March 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Your position as a commercial property owner can bring about challenges that regular property owners just do not have to typically face. Therefore, there can be a lot of situations when you will need to seek legal counsel. Finding a lawyer who is skilled in commercial real estate laws will be highly important if or when you do need legal assistance. Take a look at some of the situations when you may need the help of a commercial real estate attorney, like those represented at http://www. Read More 

Why People Get Prenuptials For Second Marriages

25 January 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

A prenuptial agreement is a legal contract that people often create before marriage, and these types of agreements are becoming very popular for people who are entering into second marriages. You do not have to legally get a prenup when getting married, but it can be very helpful, especially if this is your second marriage. What is a prenuptial agreement? A prenuptial agreement is a contract two people create prior to marriage that states how they will divide things if they divorce. Read More 

Arrested For A DUI? Know The Consequences You Might Face

15 December 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When someone drinks or uses drugs and then operates a vehicle, they should understand what the potential penalties might be. Many people think that getting charged with a DUI is minor traffic offense, but most states now prosecute those offenses as a crime and a serious crime at that. While the exact punishments might vary depending on your state, it's helpful to find out what penalties might exist if you are convicted of this crime. Read More