Connection—Confidence—Peace of Mind

It's a connected world—and the power of connection is often in the confidence and peace of mind it can give you—extremely important factors when you need help resolving a legal problem. With social media, you won't ever have to make a legal decision on your own again. And you can rest assured that you can get all the information you need to make an educated decision. Below, you'll find access to forums and blogs. The forums let you converse with others who are experiencing similar problems or searching for the same kinds of services. The blogs keep you updated and aware of trends or important issues.



  • Division of Coal Mine Workers’ Compensation (DCMWC)


    The Federal Black Lung Program, administered by the Division of Coal Minne Workers' Compensation, is a federal program that serves coal miners and their survivors who are currently receiving federal workers' compensation benefits, or who have filed a claim for benefits. The DCMWC handles all cla... Read more

  • The L-1 Visa Application Process

    There are two ways that an employer may obtain an L-1 visa, granted to allow certain individuals temporary residency status for the purposes of working in the United States—the blanket visa process and the regular visa process. With the blanket visa process, an employer meeting certain criteria f... Read more

  • Taxation of Non-Immigrants with H-1b Status

    An H-1b visa gives employers the opportunity to hire temporary foreign workers in certain specialty occupations. The H-1b is what is known as a "non-immigrant" visa, meaning that workers in the United States under this type of visa are not seeking permanent residency status, and may only stay in the... Read more

  • Texas Divorce Law—The Basics


    When you are considering filing for a divorce in Texas, it's important that you understand some of the basics before you file. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions. Do You Have to Be a Texas Resident? If So, For How Long? The Texas courts do not have jurisdiction in a divorce proc... Read more

  • Divorce in Texas—An Overview


    Thinking about filing for divorce in Texas? Here are some things you'll want to know. Qualifications to File in Texas Texas law requires that one of the parties reside in the state for at least six months immediately preceding the filing of a divorce complaint. This applies to military personn... Read more

  • The Higher Divorce Rates—Doctors or Businessmen?


    Though most people perceive that doctors are more likely to be involved in a divorce than individuals in other professions, a recent study actually suggests otherwise. The study, , published by The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal), examined at the divorce rates of more than 6.5 million i... Read more

  • Parents of “Affluenza Teen” File for Divorce Again


    The parents of a Texas teen who escaped incarceration through the use of an "affluenza" defense have filed for divorce for a second time. Fred and Tonya Couch, the father and mother of Ethan, obtained a legal divorce before the young man killed four bystanders while recklessly driving a vehicle in... Read more