Knowledge Is Power

« Back to Home

2019

So, You've Decided To Get A Divorce. What Happens Next?

Posted on

You probably feel like you’ve already tried everything else. Fighting with your spouse didn’t get you anywhere. Talking didn’t either. Counseling – with or without your spouse’s participation – didn’t change the fact that you’re simply in an unhappy marriage. Ultimately, you make the decision that it’s time to get a divorce. So, what happens next? Divorce is actually a complicated legal process that happens in stages, not just a single event.…

Read More »

The Legal Basics Of A Sexual Harassment Case

Posted on

Sexual harassment is an issue that has come into significant focus in recent years. If you believe you were a victim, there are several issues a sexual harassment attorney will need to discuss with you. Let’s take a look at how a lawyer might encourage you to handle a case. The Process Matters In most workplaces, there are processes in place to protect the company, the accused, and you from the situation spiraling out of control.…

Read More »

Prosecuted at the Federal Level: Understanding Why Your Case Was Moved into Federal Court

Posted on

Being charged with a crime at the state/local level is scary enough for most people. Having your case moved into federal court is downright terrifying. The punishments at this level are far more terrible than you could ever expect at the state level, and the length of time served in jail is definitely a reason to hire a federal criminal lawyer as soon as you are told about your move into federal court.…

Read More »

3 Tips To Increase Your Chances Of Maintaining Custody

Posted on

A divorce is always a traumatic experience but that is especially true when there are children involved. If you are battling for or trying to maintain custody of your children, you will of course want to do everything you can to improve your chances of being viewed in a positive light. To that end, here are some tips to keep in mind both before and after your custody battle. Document Your Current or New Home…

Read More »