The Education Rights of Children with Special Needs


Children who have disabilities may find that the demands of the school environment are difficult. Parents who are advocating for their children need to understand the legal rights individuals with […]

Use a Child Visitation Letter to Set Holiday Expectations


When parents divorce or no longer living together, establishing mutually agreeable visitation ground rules is essential to your child’s wellbeing. Using a Child Visitation Letter can help set expectations regarding […]

Your House Hunting Checklist: Get Prepared Before You Buy


As we continue to navigate a deadly pandemic and the economic uncertainty left in its wake, silver linings are in short supply. But, for those with the means and inclination […]

How to Request Information About Your Veterans Benefits


The U.S. government provides many different benefits to military veterans and their families. But navigating the maze of benefits to determine which ones are available to you and your family […]

Job Seeker Scams: How to Know if You’re Being Scammed


Searching for work can be emotionally taxing, especially if you’ve been displaced due to the economic disruptions caused by the pandemic and desperately need work. Job seekers must stay positive […]

Preparing for Deployment: Legal Documents for You and Your Family


When you are getting ready to deploy, there are many things that you must consider. What to pack, who will take care of your at-home responsibilities, and how will you […]

How Long Do States Legally Have to Count Ballots?


Every presidential election is significant, but Election 2020 definitely has a lot at stake. Some voters are excited to have a voice in wanting to continue current policies while others […]

What to Do About Voter Intimidation and Voting Irregularities


Record numbers of voters are turning in their ballots by mail, in dropboxes, and in person all across the U.S. in what has become a tense and divisive election cycle. […]

The Moving Out of State Checklist


Only around 40 percent of U.S. adults still live in the place they were born, with the average person moving more than 11 times in their lifetime. This translates to […]

Identity Theft Alert: Don’t Fall Prey to These COVID-19 Scams


Identity thieves often target people who may be experiencing financial difficulties, and are therefore vulnerable to attacks. The economic challenges caused by COVID-19 and the government programs implemented to help […]

Hurricanes and Wildfires: How to Prepare for a Natural Disaster


Fires, floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes can cause massive amounts of damage and loss of life. While the disasters themselves can’t be eliminated, there are things you can do to prepare […]

Disaster Relief: 7 Tips for Making a FEMA Claim


In the aftermath of disaster, it can be hard to know where to turn for help. Homeowners whose properties are damaged during a hurricane, tornado, wildfire or other natural disaster […]