Filing A Lawsuit After A Pleural Mesothelioma Diagnosis

For many people, the diagnosis of pleural mesothelioma is a surprise. They often don't realize that they were exposed to asbestos or other dangerous substance. If you were diagnosed with this condition, you might be thinking about pursuing a personal injury case. If you are thinking about pursuing a case, this is what you need to know. Diagnosis Can Be Expensive Many people do not realize that pleural mesothelioma can be expensive not only to treat but also to diagnose. [Read More]

Common Reasons For Merging Accidents

One of the most important aspects of a car accident case is determining who is at fault. One of the most common causes of a car accident is improper merging. If an accident occurs for this reason, you will want to contact a car accident attorney as soon as possible. Why Accidents Are Common When Merging Merging safely can be very tricky. If you are on the expressway, you might not have a lot of time to merge because of the speed at which traffic is moving. [Read More]

3 Parts Of The Divorce Process

Are you planning to get a divorce but completely unfamiliar with what the process will be like? Here is more information about three steps of the divorce process.  Temporary Orders The temporary orders of divorce are essentially the rules that you and your spouse will use while the divorce process is underway. This can include who will be living in the home, who is paying for the bills, how you will handle scheduling with kids, and even if there will be support payments made for a spouse. [Read More]

What to Know About Uncontested and Amicable Divorces

If you are going to get a divorce from your spouse, the ideal way to do it is through an uncontested or amicable divorce. Here is what you need to know about these two types of divorces. What Is an Uncontested Divorce? An uncontested divorce is when both people make a joint decision about how they are going to divide assets, custody, and what alimony payments will be. They often work these issues out beforehand without the assistance of a lawyer or a mediator, and then move forward with the divorce process. [Read More]