Hiring a Family Law Attorney When Adopting a Child

  • Electronic Monitoring And Discovery: What You Should Know To Protect Yourself During Divorce

    14 January 2015

    If you aren't aware of this yet, you should be: the internet is forever. It is way too easy to text, tweet, blog or post something that you'll come to regret when it's brought into court and presented to a judge. Once you've clicked the button that sends it on its way you have immortalized whatever it is that you've said or done, and if your soon-to-be-ex-spouse can find a way to use it against you, he or she will.

  • 4 Benefits Of Using An Oil And Gas Lawyer When Signing Any Agreement

    6 January 2015

    It's never recommended that anyone sign any type of legal agreement without the advice of an attorney, not even a personal will. The law is often more complicated than people realize, and it's easy to overlook details that would otherwise ensure your rights. If you're signing over mineral rights on your land, you want to be sure you consult with an oil and gas lawyer like Roberts Miceli Boileau & Doutt LLP first.

  • An Overview On Farming Accident Injury Claims

    23 December 2014

    If you work on a farm, you know that your job is vital to the American society. People rely on farms every day, so your job is a big contribution to lives all across the country, but you depend on your job for your livelihood. When you become injured while doing your job, it can have a detrimental effect. But it can also be confusing as to who you need to pursue a claim against to receive compensation for those injuries.

  • A Lawyer Can Help You Claim Social Security Benefits

    19 December 2014

    If you are married, you are likely eligible to receive monthly Social Security benefits your spouse would receive at full retirement age. The amount you would receive is based on their employment history and not your own. As a result, you could be eligible to claim this money even if you have never worked yourself. Maximizing Benefits The amount of spousal benefit you would receive is based on when your spouse initiated it.