One question that often arises in matrimonial proceedings is how do the courts address one spouse’s interest in a family business?
In the exhaustive division of assets that occurs in most divorces, the issue of the family home inevitably comes up. What should be done with it? Who should keep it? Can that individual afford to keep it? Answers to these questions and more should be considered before making any decisions.
For many people considering bankruptcy, the process can appear foreign and overwhelming. While it offers the ability for consumers to discharge debts and obtain a financial fresh start, it does affect consumers in other ways. One of the most common concerns we hear from clients exploring their bankruptcy options is how it will affect their credit.
As we dive into the month of November, we realize that winter is right around the corner. Make sure you are prepared before the winter weather hits with these tips!
A patient who showed up at a Dallas area hospital complaining of fever and headache and was misdiagnosed as a potential Ebola case has passed away. However, in the wake of the man’s death, the hospital is still under fire for missing the diagnosis.
Fall celebrations like Halloween and Harvest Day are fun times for children, who can dress up in costumes, enjoy parties, and eat yummy treats. These celebrations also provide a chance to give out healthy snacks, get physical activity, and focus on safety.
The digital age has created a world in which over-sharing is the norm and electronic devices are capable of storing significant amounts of one’s personal information.
Not all dogs are created equal. Regardless of whether an animal is domesticated or not, it is still an animal, and even the friendliest of dogs are not exempt from the off-chance it may bite if provoked.
Many of us feel from time to time that we were not treated properly by a hospital or a doctor. The question is: When is this treatment considered medical malpractice for which one can bring a lawsuit?
According to a recent New York Times article, the US Energy Department projects a warmer forecast this coming winter season. After enduring frigid temperatures and higher energy costs last winter, many American consumers will spend less this winter. Because temperatures are forecast to be warmer than last winter, that will mean less demand for heat.