Legal Articles
  • Oklahoma Estate Planning Laws
  • by Ian Smiles
  • Estate Planning is a complex legal pracitce area in Oklhoma. There are a wide range of legal considerations that change depending on your Estate Planning goals and your financial circumstances. A short example some considerations are how to execute a legal will in Oklahoma. Also what are the results of passing away without a will or if your will is found to be invalid under Oklahoma Probate Law.
  • Getting Set Financially After Divorce
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • When it comes to divorce the reality is that it does not matter who filed it will be an incredibly difficult time in your life. It is important that, as a woman, that you get yourself set financially. If you file, if he files it is all the same, you need to get yourself in a position that you will be able to support yourself and your children with or without the help of your ex.
  • The Truth About Men Going Through A Divorce
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • When it comes to the image of men in divorce the perceptions is far from reality. What we envision is that all men going through divorce dump wife number one for a hotter, younger version in wife number two.
  • Two of the Best Options in Resolving a Legal Dispute
  • by John Preston
  • If you are involved in a legal dispute, your options extend beyond litigation. Some people assume that the best choice would be litigation because they are already familiar with the process or they know someone who already had a "relatively good" experience with it. However, more and more individuals in need of resolution are now pursuing less expensive, yet more effective, alternatives such as mediation and arbitration.
  • Factors That Go Into Estimating the Value of an Accident Claim
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • The estimated value of an Atlanta personal injury case depends on a multitude of factors. A skilled Atlanta personal injury law firm with a proven track record can review the specifics of your case and help you understand its strengths and weaknesses. You should work with an Atlanta personal injury lawyer with a proven track record. Call an experienced personal injury lawyer, Slappey & Sadd, LLC, call 404-255-6677.
  • Divorce Attorney Litigate Towards Quicker Divorces
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • When your marriage is done and over all you are looking forward to is getting the divorce finalized however when you have a spouse who is dragging their feet it is often easier said than done. Many women that have met with their divorce attorney want to know how they can get their divorce finalized quickly.
  • Stopping Wage Garnishments in Bankruptcy
  • by Charles Kania
  • This article is about how creditors get garnishments and the amount they can get from your pay checks. This article deals with garnishments and how they are impacted by a bankruptcy. The articles supplies information.
  • Accident Victims Generally Have One Major Question When They Meet With A Personal Injury Attorney
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • Accident victims generally have one major question when they meet with an Atlanta personal injury attorney. They want to know how much their case is worth. At the law offices of Slappey & Sadd, LLC, you can speak to a seasoned personal injury lawyer who can help you understand the specific issues you may face in your accident. Call 404-255-6677 to set up a consultation.
  • Why Does Google + Matter for Attorneys?
  • by Mark Astor
  • Looking at numbers alone, you might think that Google + is simply not worth your time as a busy blogging lawyer who is looking to increase your influence. There are, however, reasons that Google+ still matters.
  • Why Complete Documentation In A Personal Injury Claim Is Essential
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • Why Complete Documentation In An Atlanta Personal Injury Claim Is Essential Insurance companies are in the business of making money. They not only seek ways to minimize payout of claims, but are savvy of attempts to pad them with unnecessary expenses. While your Atlanta personal injury attorney knows that you are honest and forthright, the insurance company doesn't; it relies not on a claimant's word but on supportive documentation.
  • Changes To Your Life After Divorce
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • The beginning of any new relationship is filled with blue skies, warm fuzzy feelings and all the best of emotions we can feel. As we go through the relationship process there are ups, downs and everything in between.
  • Bankruptcy and Student Loans
  • by Charles Kania
  • This article pertains to how student loans are treated in Bankruptcy. Over the years discharging student loan debt in bankruptcy has become more and more difficult.
  • Getting A Divorce In The State Of Texas
  • by Tim Stevenson
  • This is a brief description of the steps necessary to acquire a divorce in the state of Texas. Divorce isn't easy, but we should make it as easy as possible. This brief breakdown will guide you through an overview of what the process really is.
  • No One Likes Lawyers - Except When You Need One!
  • by Samantha Knowles
  • It is true, trust me as I have been a lawyer for over 20 years. No one likes lawyers, until you either get into trouble or have been wronged. Then, everyone looks at a lawyer as a knight (male or female) in shining armor. Ready to come to your rescue and right the wrong. This comes at a price and lawyers are not cheap. The truth is, no one has budgeted in a lawyer and when you need one, you NEED one.
  • Different Types of Bankruptcy
  • by Ian Smiles
  • This articles discusses the differnt types of bankruptcy. Basically there are two types of consumer bankruptcy chapters available and those are chapter 13 and chapter 7 bankruptcy. Both are helpful but they are very different.
  • 5 Important Things to Put on Your Divorce To-Do List
  • by John Powell III
  • For any family, divorce always proves to be a period of stressful transition. To make the process easier and make everyone involved move forward faster once the outcome is final, you need to be organized and stay on top of things. In addition to the meetings with attorneys and court dates and various other issues you need to remember, it is also important to put these five tasks on your to-do list during or shortly after your divorce.
  • Bike Accidents: A Protocol
  • by Tim Stevenson
  • This is a brief blog on the legalrecommendations and practices one mustremember while handling theirbicycle collision. Bicycle accidents don't often have motor vehicles involved, but when they do, theresults can be devastating. It's important you know your rights.
  • The Importance of Special Needs Planning
  • by Peggy Hoyt
  • Having a child with special needs makes estate planning especially important and provides an extra layer of protection for your child. Special needs planning can give you peace of mind and confidence about the future of your child or other family member with special needs.
  • Calculating Future Medical Costs - Maximize Your Client's Personal Injury Spine Claim
  • by Jason Cutright
  • Future medical cost calculations are a piece of the pie that is repeatedly left out of settlement offers and awarded settlements. The reality is that no one has a crystal ball or the ability to predict for certain which clients will need minor or major medical and or surgical intervention after their current injuries are managed or "fixed".
  • Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery - Miracle or Myth for Cash Paying Patients
  • by Jason Cutright
  • Advances in spinal surgery have resulted in surgical procedures that are less invasive, less time consuming, and are performed on an outpatient basis. Conventional private third party payers have balked at reimbursing for most of these surgeries labeling them experimental. However, patients with solid PPO plans can get a significant amount of the charges reimbursed in most instances.
  • Are Workers Compensation Patients at a Higher Risk For Permanent Nerve Damage?
  • by Jason Cutright
  • Unfortunately patients that have experienced work related spinal injuries follow a clinical pathway that is typically longer than the average private practice patient. Numerous scientific publications state the clinical outcomes of patients treated for work related spinal injuries are significantly poorer long term in regards to leg or arm pain, weakness, and or numbness.
  • Does Your Client Have a Legitimate Surgical Medical Malpractice Claim?
  • by Jason Cutright
  • Every year there are about 52 million surgeries performed in the United States. Tens of thousands of these surgeries are performed unnecessarily due to several reasons. The average American that lives to be 85 years old will have 9.2 surgeries in their life time. The ability to accurately calculate an overall surgical medical malpractice rate is currently next to impossible due to a conglomerate of false and unreported claims.
  • Poor Radiological Interpretation - The Most Overlooked Negligence in Medicine
  • by Jason Cutright
  • Radiologists have developed a loophole that has shifted their accountability to the treating physician or surgeon. Patients assume their physician or surgeon interprets the MRI, CT scan, X-ray, angiography, and other testing reports. What they do not know is that the radiologist's opinion is the information presented in the radiology report.
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