Now is the time to get organized. Take the time to type or write out medical information for each person in your household. List your current medications and supplements, allergies, and medical conditions. Add your insurance information, primary health care provider name and contact information, and any other specialists that see you. Add any surgeries you have had and approximate date. … [Read more...] about COVID 19 Tip #4: Organize your Health Care Information
Covid 19 Tip #3: In these uncertain times, a bit of advanced preparation can save a lot of heartache and create peace of mind. Today's tip is this: take the time to make a list of people you trust to help you with your responsibilities and then make sure they know how to contact each other. First, think through your responsibilities, and think through your typical week. Who depends on … [Read more...] about Covid 19 Tip: Make a List of your Trusted Helpers
Covid 19 Tip #2: Covid 19 has made a lot of people stop at look at their own mortality. It has made most of us feel vulnerable in ways that we haven't before. No matter your viewpoint on what's going on, I think we can all agree that this event is unprecedented and something we would never haven imagined would happen in our lifetimes. What if you get sick? Well, depending on your health … [Read more...] about How to Keep Things Going if you Get Sick
Covid 19 Tip #1: Things are changing rapidly. How can we better protect our children during this time of crisis? What if a child needs to be temporarily taken care of by another family member or a friend? If you are a parent of a child, have you thought about what will happen if you become ill? What if you are a first responder who gets stuck at work, is forced to travel, or finds they have … [Read more...] about Giving Legal Authority to Temporarily Take Care of Children During Covid-19
During this emergency situation, we are continuing to take care of the legal needs of our current clients, as well as provide means for potential clients to receive legal services that they need. We are doing the following: As always, phone conferences are available. We will have the ability to set up video conferencing for appointments. The attorneys are continuing to work on our cases and … [Read more...] about How we Take Care of your Legal Needs During the Coronavirus Pandemic
If both spouses in a divorce agree on everything, it seems like it would be a great idea to be represented by the same attorney, right? Well, it isn't quite that simple. While both parties can have meetings and conferences with the same attorney, they can't both actually be represented by the same attorney. It would be a conflict of interest for one attorney to actually represent both … [Read more...] about Can the Same Attorney Represent both my Spouse and I in our Uncontested Divorce?
Don't wave goodbye to your lawyer just yet... So, you've gone to mediation, signed the final divorce orders and the final divorce hearing is finished. You're done, right? Not necessarily. In almost all divorces, there are still a few pieces of paperwork that need to be done. It can be tempting to ignore pleas from your lawyer's office to review and sign paperwork. After all, you are … [Read more...] about Completing Your Divorce- AFTER the Hearing
When social media is part of your daily life, it is easy to forget that even a "simple" post can be a problem during a divorce. Even well-thought-out posts can be shared without permission or misinterpreted. During a divorce, you can accidentally be your own worst enemy. And, once a divorce is filed, you will likely be under court orders not to delete or destroy any documents or … [Read more...] about Social Media and Your Divorce