When someone steals another person’s information and uses it without permission, it is considered identity theft. Even though identity theft is a non-violent, white-collar crime, it can create considerable havoc on the victim’s credit history, financial reputation, and overall financial well-being. The best way for someone to protect against identity theft is to safeguard his … Continue reading Different Type of Identity Theft
A signification portion of the divorce practice at The Law Firm of Walter K. Schreyer is to modify clients’ original divorce orders. Arrangements initially made during divorce hearings aren’t permanent, and we understand that they sometimes need to be revisited when our clients’ lives change. In order for someone to change a child custody or … Continue reading What Is a Post-Divorce Modification?