2 Reasons Why You Need To Hire A Lawyer As A Portrait Artist

Posted on: 7 July 2023

If you are an accomplished portrait artist, you may have decided that you would like to make a living working for client commissions. While you may have the artistic elements taken care of, you will also need to make sure that you run your new endeavor as a business. Part of running a business, especially when creatives are involved, is to have an attorney available to deal with legal issues. Below are a couple of reasons why you need to hire a lawyer when you start working for yourself as a portrait artist. [Read More]

Factors That Determine Custody Of Children With Special Needs

Posted on: 31 May 2023

If your child has special needs, their unique needs may influence custody determination during a divorce. Below are factors courts consider in such child custody cases. Daily Care The parent taking care of the child's daily needs may have an edge over the other if the issue arises in court. The court may consider the parent who: Helps the child bathe and groom Helps the child with their oral hygiene Takes the child to their medical consultations The court may rationalize that the other parent is unwilling or unable to offer the services. [Read More]

2 Mistakes To Avoid After Suffering A Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) In An Auto Accident

Posted on: 25 April 2023

After being involved in a serious motor vehicle accident, you may have sustained severe injuries to your brain, resulting in a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Whether you suffered from a severe concussion, brain contusion, or hemorrhage, the loss of consciousness and the trauma done to your brain has left you with lasting medical symptoms.  Since you will need prolonged medical care and will be out of work for an undetermined amount of time, you may be seeking compensation for the injuries from the accident. [Read More]

Temporary Guardianship: What It Is And When It's Necessary

Posted on: 20 March 2023

Guardianship is a legal process through which a person or organization is granted the authority to make decisions on behalf of another individual, usually a minor or an adult with special needs. There are three primary types of guardianship – limited, general, and temporary – each with its specific purpose and scope of authority. Here's what you need to know about temporary guardianship. Understanding Temporary Guardianship Temporary guardianship is a short-term solution for situations where an individual requires immediate care, supervision, or decision-making assistance. [Read More]