If you made mistakes as a teenager that could potentially hurt your career as an adult, learn from my family's experience on how to help with that situation.

8 Questions To Ask Yourself To Determine If You Need A Living Will

20 May 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

A living will may be one of the most helpful documents you have on hand. A living will, commonly referred to as an advance medical directive, tells everybody from your doctors to your family members what you would like to occur in the event that you are no longer able to communicate wishes about your healthcare. This document includes information about resuscitation, medications, and life support among other things. Not sure if you need a living will? Read More …

Ways To Seek Compensation For Work-Related Injuries

16 May 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

Getting injured at work can lead to owing money for medical bills and being forced to take time off work. If you were recently injured at work and want to know what you can do to be compensated for these bills and loss of wages, you may need to start by finding out if your employer has worker's compensation insurance. If so, you might be able to receive compensation through that; however, if your employer doesn't have this type of insurance, you may have to take a different route. Read More …

How An Attorney Can Help When You Are Facing Paying Child Support

15 May 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have received formal notice that you are to appear in a court or child support services office for the determination of a child support amount, you will want to get in contact with an attorney. Understanding how an attorney can help you with your case will ensure that you are less likely to go to your hearing or meeting alone. Ensures That All Income Is Properly Presented Read More …

Is Your Child’s Home Daycare Safe Enough?

11 May 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Are your child's home daycare operators getting the training that they need to make certain that your child is safe? If you live in South Carolina, they may not be -- and if you live in another state, the chances are just as likely that your daycare operator isn't compliant with the law. Here's what you should know. Home Daycare Providers Training Is A State-Mandated Issue There aren't any national regulations that determine exactly what education and training a home daycare operator has to have before he or she can set up shop -- each state has its own regulations. Read More …

What Happens At An Informal Hearing At Your Local Department Of Labor

9 May 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have suffered an injury at your workplace and have applied for workers' compensation and your employer is now pushing back against your claim, or perhaps you are receiving resistance from your insurance company, you can get help from your local department of labor. This is especially true if your employer or insurance company has disputed your claim that you were hurt at work or the extent of your medical treatment. Read More …

About Me
teenage mistakes that could ruin adult careers

My son has had the goal of becoming an attorney since he was about 14 years old. Unfortunately, he made a very poor decision with a group of friends when he was 16 that put his future plans in jeopardy. When my son told me what had happened and we received the citation, I knew that we had to hire an attorney to help him through this. I could not see how a small incident such as this should hurt his chances for success when he is an adult. Thankfully, things worked out for us, but it was a long journey which you can follow on our blog.