Blog Posts in February, 2016

  • 29-Feb-2016

    What Is Juvenile Dependency?

    When a child’s safety is called into question, Child Protective Services (CPS) will sometimes step in and remove a child from their parents’ care. This action will often spark a juvenile dependency case to determine if a child’s ...
  • 22-Feb-2016

    How Can Social Media Affect My Divorce?

    Posting on social media has become a social norm in modern America. Whenever something happens in our lives, our knee-jerk reaction is to snap a photograph and share our experience with all of our online friends. While Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, ...
  • 19-Feb-2016

    Stay Connected with Hanson, Gorian, Bradford & Hanich

    At Hanson, Gorian, Bradford & Hanich, we pride ourselves on creating long-lasting relationships with the clients that we represent. We know that family law cases, such as divorce, involve some of the most complex and emotionally challenging areas ...
  • 16-Feb-2016

    Differences Between Burglary and Robbery in the Eyes of the Law

    Robbery and burglary might be synonymous according to the Oxford dictionary, but the legal definitions of these two theft crimes are quite different. In fact, burglary is not even a theft crime in all circumstances. Burglary can be defined as ...
  • 9-Feb-2016

    Why Should I Establish Paternity?

    Is the paternity of your child in question? In the United States, it is crucial that parents legally establish the paternity of their children to ensure they are able to receive key benefits. Many parents do not establish paternity out of fear of the ...
  • 2-Feb-2016

    Is Your Prenuptial Agreement Valid?

    If you have been divorced before, you know how much trouble can arise in even the most amicable of endings. Property division, alimony, child custody and more can all quickly get tangled up in litigation and your word against your spouse’s. ...