Changes to the H1B Status

Recent changes to the H1B status have remained relatively hidden from the public eye with the nation’s focus on the government shutdown. However, the way the H-1B process is changing may affect many businesses and individuals. For foreigners, the H-1B visa program is a way to enter the US and bui...

Imputed Income – What That Means for Child Support

Some people will do anything they can to get out of paying a fair amount of child support – including quitting a job. Even if one parent is unemployed, the court may utilize a tool called imputed income to determine how much one parent should pay for the care of the minor child or children. What...

Getting Divorced in Coral Springs

If you are considering getting divorced in Coral Springs, the first thing you want to do is speak with an experienced and compassionate attorney that can guide you through the process. Getting a divorce does not have to mean fighting with your soon-to-be-ex or losing everything you own. A divorce do...

Broward County Estate Planning Attorneys

Estate planning in Broward County does not have to be a stressful situation. When you find the right Broward County estate planning attorneys, you will be expertly guided through the process of creating any legal documents you need to provide you and your family with peace of mind. Some of the se...

Bankruptcy Attorneys

You have a beautiful home, and you do not want to lose it in foreclosure, repossession, or bankruptcy. When you begin searching for Parkland bankruptcy attorneys, you want to find someone who will listen to your concerns and help you through this difficult time. Brodzki Jacobs & Brook is your...

Legal Documents for Elderly Parents

It is easy to get so caught up in our own lives as we raise our children that we often forget that our parents are aging, as well. There comes a time when you must stop and look at the situation your aging parents are in, and, perhaps, step in and get involved. This article addresses the 5 most impo...

Asylum Denials Surge in Florida and the US

Recent data from the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) shows that asylum acceptance rates have hit a 20-year low. For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, immigration judges have issues asylum denials for 65 percent of the claims. In 2017, 42 percent of asylum claims were denie...

Filing for Bankruptcy Again – How Soon Can I Do It?

Filing for bankruptcy is never an easy thing. You have to provide the courts with quite a bit of financial documentation and information about your personal life. With a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may have to forfeit some of your assets and possessions. No one wants to go through the entire process a...

What Is a Living Will and Why Do I Need One?

A living will is very different from a traditional will, and one does not take the place of the other. Do not think that because you have a will already drawn up and in place that you do not need a living will. Your traditional will covers any property bequests to family and friends after your death...