Legal Articles
  • Making Time For Your Future When Your Divorce Is Final
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • In our last installment on marriage and divorce we talked a lot about learning to accept that your marriage has ended and that a new life awaits you. We discussed taking steps that create a life worth living and one that is focused on making yourself happy.
  • Service By Publication
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • Serving by publication means whenever the notice of a court lawsuit naming a defendant gets accomplished by publishing an ad with some newspaper with a wide circulation. Serving by publication is considered the weakest method of serving legal notice of a court lawsuit, as no-one is personally service. Even though it has almost become obsoleted by the www due to the rapid fall of traditional newspapers.
  • Streamlining the Mediation Preparation through Family Law Attorneys
  • by Carol Jean Romine
  • Mediation is, not a separate realm, but an aspect of the legal process. Although it is not an absolute requirement, the advice of an attorney is always helpful. Therefore, any attempt at mediation is much more likely to succeed with the help of a skilled and experienced family law attorney.
  • What You Must Know About Legal Contracts
  • by John Preston
  • Throughout the business world, contracts are used to ensure that agreements and interactions are carried out as planned. For a smooth-flowing business and the protection of your interests in the event of a breach, it is vital not only to have a contract drawn up but also to use it properly.
  • How an Attorney Will Evaluate Your Case
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • How Aan Atlanta Accident Attorney Will Evaluate Your Case The first meeting with your Atlanta accident lawyer may be seen as an interview. You will be assessing the attorney to determine how well you get along and whether you will be able to work with him. Conversely, the attorney will be assessing you and your case to see whether it is strong enough to pursue. Call Slappey & Sadd, LLC today at 404-255-6677
  • A Cheat Sheet for Healthcare Mediators
  • by James Purcell
  • A growing number of people involved in disputes are seeking for alternative ways to resolve them. One of the most popular of these options is mediation, where a neutral third party guides the conversation between disputing parties. To make the most out of any healthcare dispute situation, it is important to know a few "do's and don'ts" in healthcare mediation.
  • Preparing Yourself For Mediation
  • by Herbert Rowland Jr.
  • The article gives a clear picture of the mediation process and provides tips in preparing for it so that parties can have more satisfactory outcome.
  • What Your Accident Attorney Will Tell You at the First Meeting
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • The first meeting with your accident attorney will in some ways be like an interview: you will have an opportunity to decide whether you feel you can work with your attorney, and your attorney will get a sense of how strong a personal injury case you have. It will also be a time when you are instructed to begin gathering information that will be important to your case. Call Slappey & Sadd, LLC today to arrange a consultation at 404-255-6677.
  • What Small Businesses Need to Know About Environmental Law
  • by Roger Madon
  • The upcoming year holds a lot in store for businesses when it comes to environmental law. Businesses that are in the know will benefit from understanding the influence of environmental law on the broader scale and knowing their requirements to implement change on the local level. The forecast includes a deeper dive into reporting, fines, and positive incentives.
  • The Difference Between Mediation and a Court Proceeding
  • by David Johnson, P.A.
  • Many people outside the legal world are unfamiliar with what mediation is and what it entails. This article details how mediation substantially differs from traditional litigation and explains its entirely different set of rules and procedures.
  • Some Factors That Can Affect the Value of Your Car Accident Case
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • The facts of an Atlanta personal injury case can sometimes be obscured by juror perceptions. Your car accident attorney understands this, and will take measures to ensure that the facts of your injury accident are not lost in this way.Call Atlanta car accident attorney Slappey & Sadd, LLC today to arrange a consultation at 404-255-6677
  • Is Credit Counseling the Best Option For You?
  • by Claude Ames
  • Although credit counseling can possibly improve your situation while in a financial struggle, sometimes bankruptcy is the best solution for your problems. Meeting your financial obligations can be achieved through credit counseling. However, credit counseling might not help you out, especially if you're buried in debt too deep.
  • How is Mediation Different From Negotiation?
  • by Scott Corlew
  • Although it is not accurate, the terms mediation and negotiation are occasionally thrown around in the same context. Mediation and negotiation are two different approaches towards resolving a dispute. Based on what you agree to do for dispute resolution, knowing the difference could mean good things for your case.
  • Amicus Attorneys Are The Key to Getting Reference Letters in Your Custody Case
  • by John Powell III
  • Reference letters will be classified as inadmissible hearsay if you try to introduce them yourself. Because these letters likely discuss your good qualities as an individual and parent, it is important to do a little thinking on your part to ensure that these letters are seen by the judge and used to determine the final custody arrangement. Using the Amicus Attorney is one way to do this appropriately.
  • Hidden Messages in Mediation and How To Pick Them Up
  • by Alan Scott
  • Although some "hidden messages" are common in all disputes, a mediator can sometimes fail to perceive them instantly. However, since the mediator needs a fodder to initiate conversation, it is of the utmost importance that he or she could understand the place where each party to the dispute is coming from.
  • What Does and Does NOT Constitute Medical Malpractice
  • by Angus Lawton
  • When someone is injured during medical treatment, he or she might be entitled to compensation to help with the cost of follow-up treatment and to account for pain and suffering caused by the mishap. Not everything that goes wrong during medical treatment is considered malpractice. Under what circumstances would you qualify for compensation because of medical malpractice?
  • The Merits of Mediation or Collaborative Practice in Child Support Negotiation
  • by Carol Jean Romine
  • The courts typically determine child support and custody by following legislatively approved support guidelines. On rare occasions, the court may deviate from the "textbook" amount of support. One of these occasions is when spouses offer the court a better arrangement that is agreed upon by both parties to the divorce. By doing this, the two sides retain control over this potentially problematic aspect of divorce.
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