The custody battle between the conspiracy theorist and celebrity broadcaster Alex Jones and his ex-wife was all over the news because it brought to light, among other things, the assertion that the "Alex Jones persona" was supposedly a fake and nothing like the real Alex Jones, father of three. When he lost, it also showed exactly how over-confidence can cost you a custody battle even if you have money, celebrity, power, and a couple dozen experts and court officials from an earlier battle on your side.
If you are getting ready to file for a divorce, you might be concerned about financial matters. Luckily, working with a good divorce attorney can help you ensure that you are as protected as possible financially. In order to give him or her a good picture of your financial situation, however, you are going to need to bring in certain documents. These are a few things that you will probably want to take with you when meeting with your family law lawyer for the first time.
Not all medical conditions are apparent through physical signs, some are known only to the victim. If you are unable to work at your job because of a mental issue, such as depression, anxiety or other disturbances, you are just as eligible to receive Social Security disability benefits as those with more obvious physical ailments and conditions. That being said, it can prove more of a challenge to get those benefits with a mental disability.
Thinking of filing a domestic violence case against your spouse? Here are a few things you can do to help your lawyer prove your claims and get you the protection you need: Take Plenty of Photos Taking photos is one of the best ways to make sure that your lawyer has the proof they need to establish that you've been the victim of domestic abuse at home. In the days and weeks leading up to filing your domestic violence case, photograph any physical damage that you suffer from because of the abuse as it happens.
If you've fallen badly behind your bills, you are likely all-too-familiar with debt collectors. They are allowed to contact you by mail as often as they wish, and often it seems like every piece of mail contains more and more threats. Even worse than the mail, however, is the constant phone calls from debt collectors, especially your credit card bills. There are strict rules about this collection activity, but even when the creditor follows the rules it can seem overwhelming.