3 Tips For Advocating For Your Child With An IEP

27 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If your child has an individual education plan, more commonly known as an IEP, it is up to you to fight for your child's rights and to make sure that their school is following their IEP. Here are three tips for advocating for your child. #1 Read & Understand Your Child's IEP The first thing that you need to do in order to be a strong advocate for your child is sit down and actually read your child's IEP. Read More 

Four Reasons To Hire A Medical Malpractice Attorney

13 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you ever suffer injuries or other serious issues due to improper care from a medical professional, you may want to explore hiring a medical malpractice attorney. It can be challenging to live with lifetime disabilities and diseases due to the poor care of a professional. Luckily, there are many ways in which a legal professional can help. Keep reading to better understand the reasons why you may want to hire a medical malpractice attorney to help you fight your case. Read More 

Why Startups Should Embrace Subleasing

13 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Subleasing a business space may not give you as much control as leasing your own place, but it does have its benefits. For example, if you are launching a startup, you can enjoy the following benefits by using a subleased space: They Are Relatively Cheap When you are just starting out, you may not have enough funds in your account to lease your own place. Even if you have the funds, you should use them carefully since you can never be too sure on how the market will react to your offers, and there will be many unexpected expenditures to pay for in these initial stages. Read More