Child Custody in Non-Divorce Cases

Child Custody in Non-Divorce Cases

The institution of marriage offers an array of legal and personal benefits to both partners and any children that they may have, but many couples may prefer to not marry for a variety of personal reasons. This is a legitimate choice, but when children are involved, the issue of child custody becomes more complicated if […]

Employee Work Injury

Employee Work Injury Buffalo Worker's Compensation Lawyers

Download Our Free Workers’ Comp Guide Every job bears with it the risk of a work injury, but some lines of work carry greater risks than others. The workforce in industries such as transportation, construction, and manufacturing experiences injuries at an elevated rate due to automobile collisions, mechanical malfunctions, and unsafe conditions. Workers who have […]

Child Custody in New York

Child Custody in New York

Download Our Free Family Law Guide The issue of child custody is a contentious one, as both parents going through a divorce tend to want to maintain significant contact with their children. Unlike assets such as finances and some marital property, children cannot be split in half, and this can present a problem in more […]

Selling Your Home

Selling Your Home

Download Our Free Real Estate Guide What to Expect When Selling Your Home Moving forward in life often involves letting go of the past, and this is easier to accomplish with some aspects than with others. Selling your home is a particularly tricky matter, as you must take a three-pronged approach to this challenge: you […]

7 Tips for Workers’ Comp

7 Tips for Workers' Comp

Download Our Free Workers’ Comp Guide Seeking Workers’ Compensation? Here Are 7 Facts You Should Know. All Western New Yorkers know that our vital roles in the workforce are what propel our great state forward every single day. Educators, construction workers, nurses, chefs, clerks, engineers, and those in all other professions provide the solid foundation upon […]

Workers Comp Questions

Questions You Need to Ask Your Worker's Compensation Attorney

Download Our Free Workers’ Comp Guide Questions You Need to Ask Your Workers’ Compensation Attorney Sustaining an injury is never a part of any job description. But workplace injuries happen. Most unfortunately, those who suffer injuries or develop chronic illnesses at the workplace stand to lose a considerable portion or all of their income. Additionally, […]

Fundamentals of Estate Planning in Buffalo, NY

Fundamentals of Estate Planning in Buffalo, NY

Download Our Free Estate Planning Guide When it comes to the unfortunate fact of human mortality, it’s easy to say, “I’ll cross that bridge when I get there.” This might be the right attitude. Enjoy life – aside from treating your mind, your body, and your loved ones well, there’s little you can do to […]

The Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Buffalo

The Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Buffalo

Download Our Free Workers’ Comp Guide Learn More About Workers’ Compensation Claims in Buffalo, NY Getting sick or hurt is sufficiently unpleasant. Throw in the strain of filing a workers’ comp claim, a dash of income loss and a sprig or two of growing medical bills and voila…pandemonium!  One of Ben Franklin’s pithier aphorisms compares […]

5 Areas of Family Law that Deal with Children

5 Areas of Family Law that Deal with Children

Download Our Free Family Law Guide Having a family is the most wonderful and fulfilling part of an individual’s life. However, families sometimes break up, and when they do, it usually involves the courts and can the process can be contentious. Children are the glue that hold families together. When those families break up into […]

6 Essential Estate Planning Documents Explained

6 Essential Estate Planning Documents Explained

Download Our Free Estate Planning Guide There are many legal documents you can use to create your estate plan. Far too many people, however, think their estate planning work is done after writing a will. This is unwise, however: a will may be the central document of an estate plan, but it doesn’t cover everything. […]