What You Should Know about Temporary Restraining Orders

If you are filing for divorce, you may have a need for a special restraining order called an automatic temporary restraining order. Here is more information about this type of restraining order and how it benefits you. What is an automatic temporary restraining order? An automatic temporary restraining order (ATROS) is a type of restraining order meant to protect both you and your spouse when you start divorce proceedings. The order goes into place automatically when you file a summons of dissolution (divorce), ask to have your marriage annulled, file for legal separation, or file for paternity. [Read More]

Three Things That May Lead To A Mistaken DWI Charge

Do you know that there are things that may make you fail sobriety tests even if you aren't drunk? That means you can be charged with driving under the influence (DWI) even if you aren't intoxicated. Here are three examples of such things: Mouth Alcohol If your mouth has high alcohol content, then the breathalyzer can give a higher rating than the actual alcohol content in your blood. This is why the officer administering the test should observe you for a few minutes first. [Read More]

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Appealing Your Social Security Claim Denial

When you have filed for social security disability and learn you have been denied, you may think that you have no recourse. However, not only can you appeal the denial, you actually should appeal it. With only an average of around 28% of disability claims being approved on the first try, you aren't alone if you have to appeal their decision. Here are three things to keep in mind when appealing your social security claim denial. [Read More]

3 Tips For Creating An Amicable Co-Parenting Plan During A Divorce

Divorce can be one of the most difficult things a person goes through in life. This is especially the case if there are children involved. When the custody and care of children is part of the divorce things can get ugly quickly. For this reason, many couples are coming up with co-parenting plans so they can, hopefully, avoid a costly child custody battle in court. Here are three tips for creating an amicable co-parenting plan during a divorce. [Read More]