Pursuing a legal matter may seem simple enough, but in reality, there are several factors to consider before beginning to process. For example, one does not simply jump into litigation, as there is often a timeline of important dates and paperwork that must be completed and met prior to court. Moreover, an initial consultation with an attorney that specializes in the field that your matter pertains to is essential for the best representation, and sometimes you may even learn that there are other methods that can be used to settle your matter prior to your day in court. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys discuss the process of settling a case through mediation, as well as why you may want to consider the option to do so.
Your initial consultation is a very important meeting when seeking to pursue a legal matter, as it is your opportunity to explain your situation and learn about your options. Indeed, learning about your options is different than jumping into legal proceedings, and sometimes it is not in a client’s best interests to act. Other times, it may be difficult to learn where to seek assistance, as not all attorneys practice the same areas of the law. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys discuss what is covered under family law, as well as how we can help you.
Whether you are aware of it or not, there are many situations throughout your life in which an attorney may be able to assist you. What’s more? This can occur in a number of capacities. For example, suffering an injury while on the job that was a result of your employer’s negligence can and should be addressed in a court of law. Another example may include having an executor of a will present the will before family members following the death of a family member. Regardless of avenue, however, it is important you recognize your rights. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys discuss what you can expect from your initial consultation with our team.
Working through a complex family matter can be particularly emotional, exhausting, and troubling, let alone having to process this situation before a court of strangers. Indeed, we as a country tend to lead particularly private lives, and when our biggest troubles and fears are having to be processed out loud and in public, it can be an even more traumatizing experience. Moreover, having to undergo the legal process for any matter can have this effect, and ensuring you receive what is rightfully yours can seem like a daunting task. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys discuss what it means to file a personal injury claim, as well as how our team will work tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome for your matter.
While you may be comfortable in your everyday routine, it is important to note that at one point or another, you will be faced with the law and need to know what you are up against. This can include being pulled over for driving intoxicated and receiving a DUI, or it can be through filing for adoption, establishing custody, or some other family-law related matter. Indeed, it can seem daunting at first, especially if you have never entered the realm of legality and illegality. Fortunately, our team is here to help protect your rights in your unique family or criminal matter. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys take a look at the Connecticut grounds for filing divorce, as well as what to expect from the process.
While the legal justice system exists to, ideally, help individuals receive the justice they deserve, sometimes the field can be quite difficult to traverse. For example, establishing paternity, filing for divorce, and signing up for adoption are all considered family law-related matters, whereas felony convictions, seeking a pardon, and facing a DUI constitute criminal matters. Though these phenomena vary significantly, they all share one thing in common: the process must be followed precisely, otherwise consequences could be imminent. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys take a closer look at the way a DUI can impact your life, and how our team can come in to help.
Family is an important thing that can mean something different for everyone. It can mean the people you are related to in a literal sense, specific friends that you hold close, a support network, an institution, and virtually any and everything in-between. While family-related matters should never be in question in terms of their characteristics or definition of family, there are actually a number of important hindrances that can complicate traditional processes. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys take a look at the process of establishing paternity, and explain why it may be beneficial to do so.
Family is an important support system, institution, and sense of belonging for various people, and nothing quite beats those types of bonds. Further, family can extend to mean more than just bonds established through biological means. It can be those created between two close friends, through adoption, and more. Though it is expected that family should mean the same across all fronts, there are certain populations that may face more difficulty and complications when it comes to family law matters. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys explore what is covered under LGBT family law in the state of Connecticut, as well as how our team can help.
There are several different areas of the law that attorneys may specialize in or practice in, and each one contains its own unique set of laws, precedent, and more that vary on a state-by-state basis. While certain criminal concerns may share similar characteristics across state lines, there are often a handful of civil matters that can vary significantly depending on where you are located. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys take a deeper look at important factors to note about adoption in Connecticut, as well as steps that can prepare you for the process.
It goes without saying that there are many instances present in which a person blatantly chooses to commit a crime, but there are also instances in which a person is in the wrong place at the wrong time. According to U.S. law, justice is sought through a court and penal system meant to punish individuals for breaking the law or committing wrongdoings. It is also intended to obtain justice for individuals that were wronged. The problem is, however, that errors in reasoning, failure to present necessary information, and a host of other issues can complicate the process. In today’s blog, your Milford, CT attorneys look at how charges are interpreted and why you should seek representation early.