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How to Support Your Children Through a Divorce

As a loving parent, your natural response is to want to protect your children from any aspects of divorce that they find distressing. While your divorce is necessary — both for your own emotional wellbeing, and your childrens’ long term happiness — it can be difficult to know how best to support your kids during this initial period of upheaval.  You’ll always work hard for your children’s happiness,... ❯❯❯

5 Things to Consider While Building a Remote Legal Team

The immense growth of online productivity tools and the emergence of virtual office culture are breaking down the traditional geographical barriers. The latest technological advancements allow businesses to become distributed and operate efficiently from anywhere in the world. Moreover, when an existing in-house team is overburdened, building a remote team always becomes a suitable option for most businesses. Setting up and managing... ❯❯❯

4 Reasons It's in Your Best Interests to Get a Criminal Lawyer’s Help

There may come a time when you are mistakenly accused of a crime that you did not commit. And though the truth may be on your side, fighting to clear your name is not an easy thing. It doesn’t help that the criminal justice system is hard to navigate. Even one wrong move could turn the odds against you. So you shouldn’t engage in any legal battle without sound advice and representation. That’s why you’ll want... ❯❯❯

How to Best Prepare for Attending Court

Attending Court can be stressful and intimidating, even for those who do so regularly. It can be even more so for those attending for the first time with very little idea of what to expect. Not knowing where to go, or how to act can only add to the stress of having to present yourself before a Judge. It can be difficult to know how to behave and act to reduce the stress of attending court and present yourself in the best possible... ❯❯❯

How AB5 affects Uber and Lyft

The destruction of the AB5 law has wreaked havoc on the gig economy, and many people have fallen victim to it from freelance writers to freelance photographers to musicians to drivers for Uber and Lyft. The devastation in its wake has left hundreds of thousands of people without a job in California. Their entire income gutted in a single night because of a selfish woman's passing of the bill known as AB5. The Responsible: Lorena... ❯❯❯

What Can You Do While Your Attorney Handles Your Case

Below are some useful advice on what you should do when an attorney is handling your case: 1. Be patient While you may be tempted to call and check on the progress of your injury case in while you are recovering, it is best to just be patient and focus on your own healing. Your lawyer is handling the tracking of your medical bills, correspondence with the insurance company, and preparing for your final case. Remember that no... ❯❯❯

The Process of Appealing a Medicare Decision

Medicare is the primary insurer for most seniors, and for the most part, people are very satisfied with their Medicare coverage. Sometimes, however, Medicare gets it wrong—they deny a service you’re pretty sure they should cover. It’s frustrating when you think Medicare made a mistake, but you’re not without options. You have the right to appeal any decision made by Medicare, Medicare Advantage, or your Medicare... ❯❯❯

What to Do if a Police Officer Asks You to Take a Breath Test in a DUI Case

Getting stopped by a police officer for DUI is never a circumstance that a person plans for. The presence of a police officer can certainly be very intimidating and a person is never quite sure how to handle the situation. Certainly, after the fact a person is able to reach out to a DUI lawyer and have him or her give guidance in the process. But what about the decisions that one must make on the side of the road? Should a person agree... ❯❯❯

Going through a Divorce in Illinois…Can I Sell the House?

Home ownership is huge.  One of many married couples most memorable accomplishments.  However, selling a house is huge, too.  Especially, during a divorce in Chicago. For most, a couple’s biggest asset is their home.  As such, the title and a mortgage is usually shared by the couple.  This often becomes a bone of contention in a divorce.   Going through a divorce can be emotionally taxing and... ❯❯❯

Illnesses Covered by The Disability Discrimination Act?

Disability discrimination occurs when someone is treated less well or placed in a disadvantageous position because of a reason that is related to their disability. Discriminatory treatment can be the application of a specific rule/policy or the existence of physical or communicative barriers that reduce the accessibility of something that is accessible to everyone else. For discriminatory treatment to be considered unlawful, it does not... ❯❯❯