5 Ways To Help Your Criminal Defense Attorney Defend Your Case

If you have been accused of a crime, you want to be sure that you do all you can to prove your innocence. The best way to do this is to hire a criminal defense attorney to defend you. However, it doesn't stop there on your part. Just because you have a criminal defense attorney on your side doesn't mean that you don't need to help in any way. Here are five ways that you can help your criminal defense attorney defend your case: [Read More]

What You Should Know About Employer Discrimination Based On Accents

The workplace is becoming a more diverse place and as a result, there are more questions regarding whether or not certain employer practices are discriminatory. For instance, if you have an accent and you believe that you are being discriminated against because of this, you have legal options available to you. Before taking action, here are some things you need to know.  Can Your Employer Require You to Speak Fluent English? [Read More]

Tips For Taking The Kids On Vacation During A Divorce

Divorce is stressful for everyone involved, especially the children. Going on vacation in the midst of a divorce can be good for you and your kids, if it's done properly. Follow these tips to ensure that your vacation doesn't interfere with your divorce, and your divorce doesn't interfere with your vacation.  Clear Everything With Your Family Law Attorney It's often perfectly acceptable to go on a vacation during a divorce. However, there are times and cases wherein going on a vacation with the kids is inadvisable. [Read More]

You Never Know Who's Looking - Divorce Settlements And Watching Out For Social Media

If you are going through a divorce, it is important that you play your cards close to your chest during your court proceedings. If you post things on your social media account that just fuels the fire, you will open up criticism from your ex-spouse and their lawyer. Here are four things you should never post on social media in the middle of a divorce 1. Lavishly Spending Money if You Say You're Broke [Read More]