The Steps Of A Legal Divorce

The Steps Of A Legal Divorce

The word “divorce” gets tossed around by a lot of people who don’t actually understand the process. There are eligibility requirements, multiple steps, court summons, mediation/settling options, and a whole lot more. Today, I’m here to...
What Are The Differences Between Physical And Legal Child Custody?

What Are The Differences Between Physical And Legal Child Custody?

Child Custody is never simple. On top of the already stressful situation of two or more people vying for a child’s time, that time can be allocated in a variety of ways. The two primary methods of determining custody are physical custody and legal custody. These...
Why You Still Need A Patent

Why You Still Need A Patent

A decade or two ago, the first thing anyone said about a new business idea was “patent that, dude”. Moods have shifted slightly, and that doesn’t seem to be the prevailing attitude anymore. This has me wondering, what changed? I think the answer...
The Legal Aspects Of Business: Filing

The Legal Aspects Of Business: Filing

Starting your own business can be terrifying for so many reasons. Leaving out all of the “I need to sell a good or a service and profit and be the boss?” part of the deal, there are a ton of legal aspects as well. The big one that most people worry about...
Is Filing Bankruptcy Right For Me?

Is Filing Bankruptcy Right For Me?

Many people know a little bit about bankruptcy. Usually a bit about being in debt and filing for it to get out of debt. There is a lot more going on under the hood besides that though. We’ve got a great advisory piece on the basics of bankruptcy here. Knowing...
Living Will And Durable Healthcare Power Of Attorney

Living Will And Durable Healthcare Power Of Attorney

When a “will” is brought up in a legal discussion, everyone’s mind often jumps to a “last will and testament”. Probably followed by arguments over any kind of inheritance. But we’re here to talk about a different kind of will today....
Your Rights As A Tenant

Your Rights As A Tenant

Renting is a necessary part of most people’s lives these days. Drawing the line between what your landlord owes you and what they do not can be tough. Ideally, lawyers never have to be involved, but in case it comes to that, here are a few guidelines to help you...
How To Prove Negligence

How To Prove Negligence

In the event of an accident, car or otherwise, the only way to demand reparations is to prove someone’s fault. A majority of the people in this world are not inherently malicious (despite what the news may tell you) and sometimes accidents just happen. Speeding...
Meet: Kurt

Meet: Kurt

An Idaho native, Kurt possesses and exhibits all the qualities we love about this great state–hard work, honesty, ingenuity, and straightforwardness. Kurt studied at Utah State University where he graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in History....
When NOT to call a lawyer

When NOT to call a lawyer

I can list off articles and blogs about times where I should call a lawyer until I’m blue in the face. The other side of that very valuable coin, however, is when not to. It’s not as if I’m trying to avoid business, I just value the time and money of...