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4 Methods Of Divorcing

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One of the challenges you may face at some point in life is the need to end your marriage. This can be a stressful time and one that you will want to get through quickly. The good news is there are a variety of divorces to choose from and selecting one that best suits your individual needs is important. Knowing some divorce types can be helpful to you. Method #1: Collaborative divorce…

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Creditors Will Object To Your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy For These Three Reasons

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A creditor’s goal is to get you to pay off the debt you owe to the company. So when you file for chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can be sure the creditor will go over your petition with a fine-toothed comb looking for any mistakes it can use to get more money and/or stop the proceedings altogether. Here are three things that may trigger an objection from a creditor when you file chapter 13 bankruptcy and what to do about them.…

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Naming Underage Life Insurance Beneficiaries: Why A Family Lawyer May Be Involved

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When you start a life insurance policy, you want to be sure that your kids are taken care of in the event that you pass away before they turn eighteen. Whether your spouse or ex-spouse remains their guardian at that time, a family law attorney should still be involved in this legal process. Here are some reasons why. Underage Beneficiaries Cannot Receive Payments Despite the fact that you intend for your children to receive the payouts from the life insurance, in most states they cannot be the recipients until they turn eighteen.…

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To Successfully Sue For Malpractice, Do You Need A "Winnable" Underlying Case?

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While the vast majority of licensed attorneys in every state and federal district are conscientious professionals who try to do right by their clients, occasionally, a matter may slip through the cracks, whether this is missing a court hearing or a pleading deadline, or even blowing through a statute of limitations entirely. If your attorney has mangled your personal-injury or negligence case, leaving you without any recourse against the person or party who originally caused you harm, what are your options—and what will you need to prove?…

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Keep A Dash Cam Ready For Accident Legal Defense

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Some accidents are so vague that fault can’t be easily proven. A rare, but still dangerous few of those accidents are scams created by coordinated criminals or desperate solo scammers who know how to make the accident look like your fault. It’s possible to win in court against these difficult–even fraudulent–situations, but why leave it to chance? Here are a few dash cam details to help you understand how the devices can protect your best interests with the insurance agency and in court.…

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Questions To Ask Before Filing An Appeal In A DWI Case

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A conviction for a DWI charge is not necessarily the end of the road. Depending on case, there might be a chance for an appeal. Before filing an appeal though, it is worth reviewing your case with your attorney. To help you get a thorough assessment of your chances of winning an appeal, here are some questions to ask before filing a petition with the court for it. Is It Worth Appealing?…

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Four Tips For Preventing A Swimming Pool Injury

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As a homeowner with a swimming pool, chances are, you enjoy having people over for pool parties or just to lounge around the swimming pool. However, you must be mindful of the fact that swimming pool injuries are all too common and can be lead to a personal injury lawsuit against you. Here are four tips to help you avoid this: Insist on Floaties: If you have any small children coming over to go swimming, be sure that you insist on them wearing floaties unless the child has had swimming lessons and knows how to swim.…

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Fast Facts For Dealing With Child Support And Income-Based Housing

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Income-based housing can be a good opportunity to live in a space that is comfortable and affordable. As a single parent, income-based housing may be the best way to find an apartment for you and your child that you can afford in a good neighborhood. Often, developers receive tax credits from building income-based or tax credit apartments, which provides incentives to build the affordable housing. If your income and credit match what the property is looking for, you can apply.…

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Custody Questions And Answers You Should Know

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When you go through the experience of divorce, you may feel an intense amount of stress and worry when it comes to the custody and visitation rights that you will have. In situations where custody is awarded to the other spouse, you will still retain visitation rights. What If You Need To Change The Visitation Schedule? When visitation rights are first established, they will often be set according to the current schedules of the parents.…

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Different Kinds Of Visitors On Your Property Have Different Expectations Of Safety

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If someone gets hurt at your home, they may want to sue you so that they can get money for their injuries and pain and suffering. It can be hard for you to know whether or not you are liable if someone does get injured on your property. The thing is that you aren’t liable for everyone who gets hurt on your property or for all those injuries of those people, as long as you are keeping your property in good condition.…

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