Fighting a Custody Battle? How to Prevent Your Immigration Status from Becoming an Issue


Custody disputes can be stressful, especially when immigration status is a concern. If you're in the United States illegally, your ex may try to interfere in your fight for custody. They may even try to convince you that you have no chance at winning—but that's not the case, even if they do have legal status. You may not have legal status in the United States, but that doesn't mean you're unfit to have custody of your children.

2 March 2020

Stairlift Issues That Could Result In An Injury And Lawsuit

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A stairlift in your home is a vital tool for helping you get from floor to floor safely when you have mobility challenges. Each time that you sit on your stairlift and fasten the safety belt over your waist, you should be confident that you'll get up or down the stairs safely. This may be the case in most circumstances, but if you've been injured as a result of an issue with the stairlift, hiring a personal injury attorney is advisable.

27 January 2020

Head Of The HOA? Two Reasons Why You Should Retain An Association Attorney

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As the head of your community's homeowner's association (HOA,) you have many responsibilities. It's a position that requires you to wear many hats as you essentially govern the neighborhood and set the rules that will make your community a great place to be. In an ideal world, all of your fellow homeowner's would follow the guidelines and go along with the program that you set. However, people are human, and issues are bound to appear at some point.

7 January 2020

What You Need To Know About H1-B Visas

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If you're interested in working in the United States, you may want to consider getting an H1-B visa. This is different than some other immigration paths, and it can be helpful to know a bit about the process, its rules and some of the exceptions. You should also talk with an H1-B visa lawyer before applying to clarify how your specific situation might be handled. What Does the H1-B Visa Cover?

4 December 2019

Living Will Creation 101

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Creating a living will is one of the most responsible things you can do for yourself and your loved ones. This document directs what should happen to you during the end stages of your life. For example, this type of will tells what you would like to happen if you are on life support or if you would like to be resuscitated. Here is a look at some questions people tend to have about a living will.

7 November 2019

Long-Term Disability Examples Vs. Short-Term Disability Examples: An Educational Comparison

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Long-term disability attorneys see a lot of potential clients only to find out that these individuals do not fit with the definition of "long-term disability." There are short-term disabling conditions and long-term disabilities. Knowing and understanding the differences helps you determine if you should see a lawyer, and helps the lawyer choose which cases he/she can adequately fight for. The following will help you understand what a long-term and a short-term disability are, as defined by the courts and as defined by the disability insurance companies.

10 October 2019

Communication Is Key: 3 Important Communication-Related Questions To Ask A Car Accident Attorney During A Consultation

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Meeting with a car accident attorney for a consultation gives you the opportunity to learn more about the attorney and how they operate. Many people focus on questions about the attorney's background, education and fees. However, communication is extremely important when it comes to your case, so you should take the time to ask a few communication-related questions as well. Here are three important communication-related questions to ask a car accident attorney during your consultation.

5 September 2019