If you’re considering filing for divorce and are seeking an attorney to help you with the process, it’s a good idea to know what kind of information they’ll need from you ahead of time so that your initial consultation will be as productive as possible. When speaking to a new client, every attorney will have a list of questions that will help them determine the best plan of … [Read more...] about 5 Questions A Divorce Lawyer Will Ask New Clients
When people hear the word “will” in a legal context, most naturally associate it with the document that spells out how a person wants their estate distributed after they die. A living will, on the other hand, has nothing to do with your property or assets. The purpose of a living will is to specify what types of medical treatment and care you want in the event you become … [Read more...] about A Living Will May Not Be What You Think It Is…
When it comes to child custody and parental visitation rights, in almost every case, it’s in your best interests as a parent to avoid letting the courts make a decision on those issues. Whenever possible, you and your child’s other parent should try and work out a custody and visitation agreement outside of court. How do you do that? There are two ways you and your ex can … [Read more...] about How To Negotiate Custody & Visitation Outside Of Court
With summer soon arriving, thousands of California high school and college students will soon be on summer break, which means now is the time many of them are furiously searching for an internship to put on their resume or college application. What students often don’t know however, is the difference between paid vs unpaid internships. Internships And Employment Law Many … [Read more...] about Employment Law: Paid vs Unpaid Internships
Estate planning is a legal consideration that many people overlook or willfully ignore until much later in their lives. In short, an estate plan is a legal document that spells out what you want to happen to the things you own after you die. Because the topic can be difficult and/or unpleasant to think about, many people wait until the last minute to start putting together … [Read more...] about What Is Estate Planning?