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Five Reasons The Insurance Company Is Not Your Friend

Posted by Joel LaCourse | Apr 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

If you were involved in a car accident that was not your fault, the other driver’s insurance company is going to hound you for a statement because they are looking for any grounds to attribute fault to you and not their insured.  Here are some tricks to remember that insurance companies use and their motives:

Alimony 101

Posted by Joel LaCourse | Apr 20, 2022 | 0 Comments

The topic of alimony is commonly brought up throughout divorce cases here at LaCourse Law. Most of which are conversations filled with questions, so we thought we'd answer some of the most common questions we get asked about alimony to help you:

How To Serve Somebody Domestic Papers

Posted by Joel LaCourse | Apr 07, 2022 | 0 Comments

A common question that we are asked by our clients beginning a domestic process, or a family law litigation process at LaCourse Law is, 'How do I let my other party know that the process began?' or, 'How do I serve that person with domestic papers?' The law is clear on this matter. In the United ...

DO I NEED TO GO TO COURT TO GET A DIVORCE?

Posted by Joel LaCourse | Apr 07, 2022 | 0 Comments

One of the questions that we are asked all the time at LaCourse Law is, 'do I have to go to court to be divorced?' And the answer is kind of. Here's what we mean by that.   In every single domestic case, the start and end of the case are the same in family law. Meaning, we file a petition, and i...

Four Documents That Make Up a Well Crafted Estate Plan

Posted by Joel LaCourse | Mar 23, 2022 | 0 Comments

It is important to craft an estate plan to consider what happens when something happens to you... A well-crafted estate plan consists of several documents that address who makes all decisions for you if something happens to you as well as what happens when you pass away.  Here are the documents you need to consider when considering your estate plan:

In a Domestic Dispute, Which Parent Gets The Child's Stimulus Check?

Posted by Joel LaCourse | Apr 09, 2021 | 0 Comments

One of the most prominent questions we are asked during this time by parties in the middle of a domestic dispute is: which parent should receive the children's stimulus check issued by the government? ... The only criteria congress gave is that a parent who can legally claim the child as an exemption on their tax return would be eligible to receive that. The difficulty is that usually both parents have the right to claim a dependent during a domestic dispute. So how do we handle this when BOTH have the right to receive this?

Top Ten Tips to Follow After a Car Accident

Posted by Joel LaCourse | Mar 09, 2021 | 3 Comments

When you are involved in a car accident, it is completely natural to be shaken up. In that moment, you are probably in a daze and have to force yourself to concentrate on the situation at hand. In the aftermath of the accident, it is important for you to remember these top ten tips for what to do next:

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