Are the Park Police “Real” Police?
Are You Divorcing A Sex Addict? Lately, most divorces I see include allegations that “my husband is a sex addict.” Yes, “most.” Sex addition is not a recognized disorder by the psychological community. The fifth edition of the standard text reference regarding mental disorders, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM V, does […]
Here’s why the most “aggressive” lawyer isn’t necessarily “good” . . . for the client Mark and Melinda: Mark and Melinda were married for seven years. They have no children. Mark made a good, six-figure income. Melinda worked for about $20.00 / hour but was working on her education. They were divorcing, and Mark hired […]
Will a divorce affect your immigration status? A guest post by immigration law attorney Kara Lynum.
People who have been charged with a crime are often concerned that the charges will show up on a background check and may even prevent them from getting a good job or a promotion. If you have ever been charged with a crime and are considering applying for a job or promotion, you should know your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) .