Should You Refuse To Treat Patients Whose Parents Refuse To Vaccinate Them To Protect Yourself From Liability?

If you're a family doctor or a pediatrician, it's bound to happen sooner or later: you'll be faced with a parent who wants a medical exemption form filled out so that he or she doesn't have to get a child vaccinated. What do you do? If you want to stay out of court, you should consider dropping the child from your practice. It may sound harsh, but it may also be the only way to legally protect yourself. [Read More]

Should You Wait Until After The Holidays To Ask For A Divorce?

You've heard of Black Friday, but do you know about Divorce Monday? That's the unofficial nickname for the first Monday in January each year among divorce attorneys because divorce filings typically increase by as much as a third that month. Why wait? If you already know that you intend to file, is there any good reason to hold off until January? Absolutely. Here are 3 things to consider: 1. You can minimize the emotional fallout. [Read More]

How To Speed Up Your Divorce

A lengthy divorce is a costly divorce. Costs aside, there are many other negative issues associated with a lengthy divorce. For example, it may distract you from your job and prevent you from traveling since you may be needed for negotiations or court appearances. Here are three measures to speed up your divorce: Apply For a Waiver of the Waiting Period Some states have waiting periods that every couple going through a divorce must go through before being granted the divorce. [Read More]

4 Ways To Strengthen Your Legal Case As A Plaintiff

If you're involved in civil litigation, you should be prepared for the discovery stage. This is the time you will need to prove why you deserve compensation for your losses and work towards building a strong case. There are four parts in the discovery stage and knowing what each of these are will help you better prepare for each one. Written interrogatories You may be asked a series of questions about the lawsuit. [Read More]