When Can You Sue Over a Workplace Injury?

When Can You Sue Over a Workplace Injury?

An employee’s sole and exclusive remedy against his or her employer is under the Workman’s Compensation Act. This law is “no-fault” insurance coverage for employees. “No Fault” means that the employee is covered no matter who is at fault for the injury, even if the...
How Do You Modify Child Support?

How Do You Modify Child Support?

Planning for a future that’s far from certain As you get ready to finalize your divorce with your former spouse, you probably aren’t thinking ahead to a time when you’ll need to revisit the trying, emotionally fraught separation process....
Why It’s Not a Good Idea to Represent Yourself

Why It’s Not a Good Idea to Represent Yourself

In the distant past, it was common for people accused of crimes to try to represent themselves before a court of law. More often than not, this was due to the fact that they couldn’t afford to pay for a lawyer. These days, anyone accused of a crime in the United...
Can You Get Divorced Without an Attorney?

Can You Get Divorced Without an Attorney?

And is it a good idea to even try? Although many marriages last for decades, one in two American unions ends in divorce. There’s plenty of room for debate about whether this is a good or bad thing, but this isn’t the venue for such speculation. The facts...
How to Collect Unpaid HOA Fees

How to Collect Unpaid HOA Fees

Collect unpaid HOA fees without being “the bad guy” From maintaining your community’s landscaped areas to ensuring that its gym, pool, and other recreation areas meet residents’ expectations, your homeowners association has to keep track of a...