Child Custody Agreements: Legal Adjustments For Unexpected Life Events

At its core, a child custody agreement is about agreeing to a schedule that works for your child, your ex-spouse, and you. Unfortunately, life doesn't always go to plan. When you're forced to change the terms of your child custody agreement, it's often a good idea to have an experienced family law firm on your side. Here are some innovative legal strategies to help modify an existing child custody agreement. [Read More]

How Legal Is Marijuana, Exactly?

This is one of those questions that are not as difficult to answer as you might think. The Drug Enforcement Agency (or DEA) still has marijuana classified as a schedule 1 drug. While the schedule system is, admittedly, complicated to navigate, schedule 1 means that it's not even legal to prescribe marijuana as a medication and the DEA views it as having no medicinal value. While this is clearly arguable and very much so against the current cultural knowledge and understanding of the drug, it is still how federal law handles marijuana. [Read More]

Time-Sharing Agreements: When Do You Need A Change?

When you get a divorce as a parent, one of the most important things to do is establish time with your children. Part of getting a divorce is the creation of a parenting plan. A time-sharing agreement is part of a parenting plan, which is a schedule that you and your former spouse agree on times you share different events within your custody time. A time-sharing agreement, as well as your entire parenting plan, is fluid and can change as your children's circumstances change. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Consult With An Attorney When Dealing With Medical Malpractice

If someone in your family died because of the result of a medical practitioner's negligence, then you deserve compensation for the damage that has accumulated. Getting it will be much more manageable to do when you hire a medical malpractice attorney, who can help you in so many ways.  Recommend a Reasonable Value For the Claim Going into this process, you may have never dealt with a medical malpractice claim before. [Read More]