The SSA Isn't Perfect: Common Mistakes That Lead To Benefit Claim Denials

Mistakes happen to the best of us. However, when a judge or someone else involved in the social security administration or a judge makes a mistake, this can create a lot of headaches when you apply for social security disability. Under these situations, you will need the assistance of a lawyer to fight for your rights. The Medical Source Statement Isn't Considered You rely on the opinion of a physician regarding your ability to work and how injured you happen to be. [Read More]

2 Tips For Protecting Your Estate Plan From Being Contested In Court

Everyone knows how important it is to have an estate plan. But what they don't know is that many estate plans are contested in court because the author made mistakes when either drafting or executing that plan. Fortunately, there are some things that you can do to protect your estate plan from going to court to be contested. Here are a couple tips. 1. Get The Estate Plan While You Are In Sound Mind [Read More]

3 Things You Need To Know About Getting Custody Of Your Grandchild

The number of children being raised by their grandparents is on the rise, with statistics showing a 64% increase over the last two decades. When parents aren't capable of providing for their children, a grandparent can step in to fill the void. If you are thinking of petitioning the court for custody of your own grandchildren, here are three things you will need to know in order to mount a successful case. [Read More]

Child Custody Evaluations: What You Need To Know

It would be wonderful for all concerned if important divorce issues like child custody could be worked out in advance, but all too often this becomes a contentious legal fight. If you and your spouse cannot sit down and work out a fair and workable child custody and visitation arrangement, the judge must do the deciding in a courtroom. Some judges use a custody evaluator to help them make the custody decision. [Read More]