Injuries occur from the neglect or intentional act of another person.  Victims are faced with challenges such as pain, suffering, medical bills, insurance representatives, property damage, and time off work.  Families are forced to cope with circumstances that are overwhelming and burdensome.  Sometimes the results can be life-changing.  Learn your rights.  Uninformed decisions can be costly.  


Has your spouse, parent, or child been involved in an accident that has resulted in death?  Do you want to pursue justice?  You may be able to recover damages.  Some issues to discuss with your attorney include your pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of care, support and services, loss of companionship and loss of inheritance. Other claims you may be entitled to include medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, and pain and suffering that your love one endured.  A legal action will not bring back the one you loved but may give you the satisfaction of knowing that you did what was necessary to gain the justice that you and your family deserve.


Unfortunately, not all marriages have a happy ending.  Divorce encompasses many issues such as division of property, possession of children and their property, visitation schedules, and child support orders.  The circumstances should be reviewed and discussed with your attorney so that your desires can be addressed.  Often times, restraining orders or protective orders may be needed.  


Circumstances can arise for a parent or authorized person to file suit with the court seeking orders to change existing orders regarding a child. These issues may include custody, possession, support and property.  Talk to a lawyer today about your situation.


Are you the father?  Have you been told that you are obligated to support a child and aren't sure if you are the biological father?  Let us help you get the peace of mind that you deserve.  Learn your rights and obligations.


Let us help you with preparing your will to reflect what matters to you.  

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