6 Things You Should Know Before Getting Divorced

Divorce is probably one of the most difficult and trying times in a person’s life, but when you need one, it can have a very positive effect on your life. So, making your divorce go as smoothly as possible makes a lot of sense for you and your soon to be ex-spouse. In that spirit, here are a few things you need to know before getting divorced. 6 Things You Need to Know for a Smooth Divorce Assets that don’t play hide and seek– Hidden assets hurt your ex, they hurt any children from the relationship, and they hurt you....

When Do I Need to Consider Suing My Employer?

Have you ever felt threatened at work? Have you ever felt like you were being paid far less than your fellow employees? Have you wished there was something you could do about an unfair situation your boss has put you in? It might be time to consider legal action against your employer. Here are a few situations that might require you to call an attorney for help. How Can I Tell if Suing My Employer Is an Option? Ignored Performance Reviews – If you have been reprimanded, demoted or fired for poor performance after receiving a good performance review, you...

How Can I Protect My Info from Identity Thieves?

The holidays are over and tax season is upon us once again. This time of the year can be both stressful and gratifying, but if you play your cards right, it can be over long before tax deadlines roll around in April. However, every once in a while, filing your taxes can lead to the discovery that your identity has been stolen. Have you been wondering how identity thieves could have gotten their hands on your private information? Knowing these answers could help you keep your identity safe this tax season. How to Protect My Data from Identity Thieves Scammers...

When Surrogacy Goes Wrong: A Custody Battle Like No Other

A California woman and her partner decided that she would become a surrogate. The couple already had two children, and the thought of helping another couple have a child was appealing to them. However, what first started as an act of kindness soon became a nightmare, and now a family is struggling to find the light at the end of the tunnel in a very strange custody battle. Surrogacy and a Custody Battle It was April 2016 when a California woman underwent in vitro fertilization treatment to impregnate her with another couple’s baby. The intended parents were Chinese and during...