5 Instances Where Child Support Modification Is Warranted

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Going through a divorce is one thing, but dealing with visitation orders from the court is another. Many people assume that the orders are set in stone when done, but that isn't the case. There are times when the orders need to be modified after the judgment is said and done. Regardless of whether you are looking for a modification of your child support order, custody order, visitation order or spousal support order, you have options available to you.

11 December 2014

Contact A Personal Injury Lawyer About Your Colloidal Silver Nightmare

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Colloidal silver sounded like a dream come true, but now you're dealing with horrible skin discoloration. You've learned your lesson about doing more research before taking health supplements you buy online, but what can you do at this point? You have to pay doctor bills not only for the health disorder you were trying to cure with colloidal silver, but also for treating these new side effects. Contact a personal injury lawyer for assistance.

10 December 2014

Protect Yourself From Fake Car Accident Scams During Holiday Travel

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At this travel-heavy time of the year, honest motorists may be at risk. Car accident scams--staged car accidents caused by drivers who then sue for damages after the fact--are on the rise in the United States. These tips will help you avoid becoming another victim. Know your Route Ahead of Time Confused driving puts you at risk by diverting your attention from the other drivers on the road. Plan your route before setting out for holiday travel, and ask your passenger or passengers to help you navigate.

1 December 2014

Living Trust: 4 Things You Should Know

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If you are considering going through the estate planning process, you may consider drafting a living trust. A living trust makes it easier to determine what happens to your property and assets in the event of your passing. This article will discuss 4 components of drafting a living trust. The Benefits There are several benefits of creating a living trust. The living trust is an entity that can give you a better way to handle your estate when you pass away.

26 November 2014

Helping Children Cope With Divorce

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Divorce is something that happens quite frequently in today's world. In fact, between 40 and 50 percent of marriages will eventually end in divorce. This can sometimes be a good thing for couples that are unable to work it out, but it can be a hard and traumatic experience for children. In order to make this hard experience easier on the children, there are a number of things that should be done to help the child cope and get through the first few years of heartache.

24 November 2014

What You Need To Know About Mediation

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If you are going through a divorce, you are probably wondering how you can make it as easy and stress-free as possible. One of the best ways to simplify and lower the cost of divorce is to try mediation. Here are a couple things you need to know about mediation. What is mediation? Mediation is when the divorcing couple uses one lawyer to settle the whole divorce. Each spouse will not hire his or her own lawyer.

22 November 2014

Cohabiting? 3 Things To Include On Your Agreement


If you live with a long-term partner but are not married, you may want to consider creating a cohabitation agreement. This agreement is designed for unmarried couples that live together, and it is done as a way to protect both parties. You can customize a cohabitation agreement to fit your needs, but you should make sure your agreement contains these three things. 1. Responsibilities and Obligations A cohabitation agreement protects both partners because it is a legally-binding contract.

21 November 2014

What You Need To Know About A DUI Charge


If you are charged with a DUI, there is a process that you will have to go through to get it worked out. Here are couple things you need to know about a DUI charge. You Will Most Likely Be Arrested When an officer pulls you over and suspects driving under the influence, they will most likely give you a sobriety test right there on the spot. If the number is over the legal limit, you will most likely be arrested.

19 November 2014

Relocation And Estate Planning


Keeping your estate plan up to date is very important. Especially when you move to a different state. Relocating to another state is a major life event which means it could have an impact on your estate planning. This posting will give you some things to be aware of if you are moving to a new state. Executors Depending on the state you are moving to, appointing an executor who lives in another state could cause a problem.

19 November 2014

Separating Fact From Fiction: 3 Common Workers' Compensation Myths Dispelled

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As a business owner your primary concern is generating profits. If you live in a state where workers' compensation insurance is not required, it may seem beneficial to forego investing in a workers' compensation fund in order to cut back on costs. Unfortunately, this is just one myth surrounding workers' compensation that business owners are faced with. Learning to separate fact from fiction when it comes to workers' compensation insurance will help you better protect your business in the future.

18 November 2014