3 Things You Need To Do Immediately After a Car Accident

Even though 2019 saw a two percent decline in car accident fatalities compared to 2018, thousands of Americans sustain injuries - both minor and significant - in car accidents every day. Of course, it is easy to be emotional and overwhelmed in the immediate wake of a car accident, which is why it’s crucial to take a few necessary steps in the aftermath to ensure your own safety and that of the other people Read More

Coronavirus and Child Support

Today we are living in a world that just a few weeks to a month or two ago, most of us never would have imagined. As we face our new reality, we rush to put systems in place that will allow us a semblance of normalcy and keep us closer to our routines and order from before. For parents who rely on child support payments from their formal partners, there’s a big question looming: How will coronavirus impact child Read More

Five Tips for Being a Great Single Parent

Separating from your child’s other parent can have a major impact on how you parent. For many, it washes away the future they envisioned and requires them to rebuild their perspective and form a new outlook on how to tackle their duties as a mom or dad to their children. Whether you’re sharing your responsibilities with a responsible and devoted co-parent, or you’re carrying the full brunt of parenting Read More

What is Duty to Mitigate Damages?

Usually, when a person suffers damages as the result of another person’s negligence, the person whose fault the incident is will be responsible for compensating the victim for their damages resulting from the incident. This can be the case when a contract has been breached, when a lease has been broken, or when someone is injured (such as in a car accident, animal bite, or other incident). The person who caused the Read More

Restraining Orders 101: Steps to Take If You’re Experiencing Domestic Violence

If you are experiencing domestic violence, one way to get relief is by filing for a restraining order. It is important to follow the correct steps when you apply so that you can obtain the protection you deserve. An experienced attorney can help.  There are four types of restraining orders in California, but today we will focus on domestic violence restraining orders, which are the most common type and require the Read More

FAQ: Car Accident Property Damage

Getting in a car accident is frightening and stressful. Even if you are not injured, the aftermath of a car accident can have many frustrating repercussions. Perhaps most frustrating of all is when the accident was caused by someone else’s negligence but caused damage to YOUR property. In today’s blog post, we’re answering your questions about making a property damage claim after a car accident. Where do I Read More

The Top Three Reasons to Have a Parenting Plan in Place with the Courts

For parents who decide to end their relationship, the need to interact with one another rarely ends when the relationship ends or even after Judgment in your action is finalized. California courts look at the best interests of the child(ren) and the Legislature has declared that it is in the child(ren)’s best interests to have continual and frequent contact with both parents, unless there have been extenuating Read More

Four Reasons to Handle Your Personal Injury with a Small Firm

Injuries often occur when we least expect them. If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you likely feel frustrated and overwhelmed. It can be difficult to juggle your healing with your quest to seek justice. Most people who find themselves in the midst of a personal injury case have never faced anything like this before, and it is difficult to know where to begin. Ideally, your first step is to Read More

Three Tips for Navigating Your Custody Orders During Quarantine

Across the nation, many divorced parents are feeling stressed and overwhelmed -- not just because school is out and the kids are home all day, but because it can be quite difficult to navigate custody orders during this unprecedented time. If you’re sharing custody with your child’s other parents, you may be wondering how to balance that with the stay-home orders. The truth is, there is no hard and fast rulebook for Read More