Entertainment Law 101: 3 Benefits of Having a Lawyer on Your Side

Posted on: 7 April 2017

The entertainment industry is full of confusing contracts, terms, and laws that are difficult to navigate alone. Luckily, you don't have to. An experienced entertainment lawyer is a good asset to have on hand – whether you've hit it big or not. Entertainment lawyers offer many benefits, including these three: 1. Negotiations Perhaps the biggest benefit of having an entertainment lawyer is negotiating power. A lawyer can help you negotiate through contracts, payments, non-disclosure agreements, and more.
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Some Misbeliefs About Custody Rights Fathers Should Have Corrected

Posted on: 2 April 2017

Parental rights can be a very sensitive subject. Due to the emotionally charged nature of these matters, it can be easy for individuals to be more likely to give credit to misconceptions and notions. More precisely, fathers are often exposed to some misleading information regarding custody, and it is important to refute these claims. Myth: The Mother Always Gets Physical Custody There are many people that assume the courts will automatically attempt to award custody to the mother.
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Knowing What's Ahead In Your Divorce Case

Posted on: 22 March 2017

If you and your spouse are about to join the ranks of divorced couples, you may not be focused on the process but more on the emotional side of divorce. Don't allow fear of the unknown to add to your stress level; divorce is mostly a step by step process. You should know that even with an uncontested divorce, however, the steps are not really all that quick or easy. To get more information about what you will be facing in the coming months, read on.
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Four Questions To Ask Your Lawyer About Worker's Compensation

Posted on: 14 March 2017

If you were injured while on the clock at work, you may assume your boss will make arrangements to compensate you for your injuries because it happened while working for them. Unfortunately, you may find yourself in the opposite situation, with an employer that is reluctant to pay for an injury. This is when you'll need to hire a lawyer to help you receive the compensation you need. When meeting with your lawyer, you'll want to ask them the following questions to ensure your case goes smoothly.
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