You Have Rights When It Comes to Your Security Deposit

As every renter knows, a security deposit is the amount of money a landlord usually requires at the beginning of a lease, in order to protect him or her in the event that a tenant breaks the terms of a lease agreement. Depending on the terms of the lease, the security deposit is usually heldContinue reading “You Have Rights When It Comes to Your Security Deposit”

Warning: Getting Emotional Can Cost You Money

As a family law attorney, I often help people when they’re really not at their best. Especially in cases of divorce and child custody, clients are very upset, stressed about the future and unable to think clearly about their options. They frequently take actions based on their emotions that end up prolonging their case andContinue reading “Warning: Getting Emotional Can Cost You Money”

When Should a Bankruptcy Attorney Get Involved?

As in other areas of law where the courts are involved, in cases of bankruptcy, an attorney is not absolutely required. People often represent themselves in court. Many of the cases I take on are with men and women who have gone that route and been told by either the presiding judge or a trusteeContinue reading “When Should a Bankruptcy Attorney Get Involved?”