5 Reasons To Hire A Social Security Disability Attorney

If you're disabled and unable to work, you may be looking for financial solutions. If this is the case, it may be worthwhile to apply for social security benefits. When going through the application process for this type of benefit, it's best to contact an attorney first; they will be able to guide you and help you to make informed choices, and they can answer any questions that you have. Keep reading to better understand the reasons why you should hire a social security disability attorney. [Read More]

Seeking Custody Of Your Minor Grandchildren? Helpful Tips For Concerned Grandparents

In addition to spending time with their grandchildren. grandparents want to know that their son or daughter's children have a safe, healthy living environment. When drug use, neglect, or abuse of some other type is suspected on the part of their sons, daughters, or their spouses, grandparents may want to look into assuming custody of the children, in order to protect them from danger. If you are a concerned grandparent who is considering taking this type of action to protect one or more of your grandchildren, the following information can be helpful. [Read More]

When Your Ex Is The Visitor: Understanding Child Visitation

Unless you and your spouse are participating in a shared (or 50/50) parenting plan, one of you will be acting as the primary custodial parent, and the other will be assigned visitation. Once the judge signs the order, you will be expected to abide by the rules, so it's in your best interest to understand and abide by that visitation order. There are really very few good reasons to deny your ex visitation, so read on for a better understanding of child custody and in particular, visitation. [Read More]

Divorce Problems: Keep Your Stress Down With These Tips

If you're facing a nasty divorce, you may experience a great deal of stress during the proceedings. Your stress levels may increase substantially if children are involved. Your stressful life may have a negative influence on your children and their emotional well-being. The other parent's bad behavior may also affect your kids. Although it can be difficult, you can keep your stress levels down with these tips. Avoid Talking Negative About the Other Parent [Read More]