Back in the good ol’ days. . .a party who decided to leave his or her spouse typically cleaned out the house, the cookie jar stash, and all the bank accounts and changed the names on all the property and accounts to ace the other party out. Is that a good idea nowadays? NOT!! And especially where … [Read more...] about Divorce-Cleaning Out the Bank Accounts
One thing I love about this line of work is the variety. There are many different kinds of injury lawsuits. They range from auto accidents to building code violations to professional malpractice. Each client is different. Witnesses to a case are varied in both their knowledge and … [Read more...] about Anatomy of an Injury Lawsuit
Depositions are a formal court proceeding and result in testimony that can sometimes be used at trial. Depositions are an attorney’s tool to find out about the other side’s case in the discovery phase of litigation. They generally take place after litigation has begun, but before trial. Everything … [Read more...] about What’s a Deposition?