What To Discuss On The First Visit To Your Personal Injury Lawyer

If you were injured by another person or at a place of business, you might be able to get money for your medical care if you hire a lawyer and file a personal injury lawsuit. However, you'll want to understand your rights and learn how the laws in your area work first, so you'll know if a case is worth pursuing. The first step is to talk to a personal injury attorney. [Read More]

Making Changes To Your Child's IEP

Individualized Education Plans, or IEPs, are a way for parents and education professionals at a school come to an agreement about how special needs students can best thrive during their school career. As a parent with one of these  students, your ability to work with the school is vital so your child receives everything necessary to do well. When you want to make changes to their IEP, it's smart to work on the following. [Read More]

Three Benefits Of A Representative Brief During Your Disability Hearing

When you apply for Social Security disability, there is a lot of information collected to assist in making the determination of whether or not your claim meets the criteria for approval. If your claim is denied, you and/or your attorney will have the opportunity to appeal the decision to an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). Unfortunately, you will only have a limited amount of time. Because of this, your attorney may suggest submitting a representative brief to the judge prior to the hearing. [Read More]

Making Sure The Spendthrift Trust Is Carefully Crafted

Setting up a spendthrift trust for your loved one is a good way of securing your loved one's financial future if you don't have faith in their financial management. This is because the spendthrift trust limits the beneficiary's access to the trust funds and allows them to enjoy the funds under certain conditions. Here are four things you need to decide on to make your spendthrift trust effective: How the Payments Are To Be Made [Read More]