From Injury to Award: The Process of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

6 February 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you are hurt in an accident, you may have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit. You will need to learn who is at fault for the accident. If your percentage of fault is less than 50%, you have a viable case to file. A personal injury lawyer will provide you with an initial consultation to discuss the specifics of your case and will determine if your case is worth filing in court. Read More 

What U.S. Citizens And Residents Need To Know About Financial Obligations For Immigrant Spouses

29 December 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Are you a citizen or permanent resident of the United States who is hoping to have your spouse immigrate to the United States? If so, you're probably aware that there are numerous hurdles you have to leap and issues you face. There are also a few things that you need to think about very carefully before you go any further. One thing that deserves your careful consideration is the USCIS Form 1-864. Read More 

Three Reasons To Ask For A Structured Settlement On Your Personal Injury Claim

14 November 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Dealing with a personal injury claim will take a lot of time and planning. The case may be simple with the help of your personal injury law service, but it may be difficult to figure out the next moves. Receiving a check for the entirety of your personal injury money may not be in your best interest. Here are three reasons why you and your attorney should ask for a structured settlement instead of one check. Read More 

Hire A Family Lawyer To Help You With Your Will

8 October 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

A last will and testament are more than just documents that let your loved ones know who gets what when you pass on. It is a legal document that carries a lot of power after you pass on. It communicates what your last wishes to your loved ones are and it may be your last chance to leave some kind of positive impression on them. Many Americans assume they can simply scribble a note somewhere and that alone will qualify as a will. Read More 

Try To Get Your Child Support Payments Reduced In The Following Scenarios

28 July 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you and your spouse get divorced and go through court proceedings to determine how much you'll pay in child support, it's important for you to know that this payment schedule doesn't continue indefinitely. Generally, you'll need to pay child support until your children are of a certain age, but there can be different scenarios in which it's possible to contact a child support attorney like those with Jacobs & Barbone P A and revisit the agreement—ideally in the hopes of getting your payments reduced. Read More