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Staying Safe When Divorce Involves Abuse

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When it’s time to get yourself out of a bad situation, taking a slow, careful, and well-thought-out approach is vital. Everything you do when you are suffering from spousal abuse could put you or your children in danger, so read on for some tips to stay safe while you untie the knot that holds you to an abusive spouse. Plan Your Escape Don’t try to leave an abusive situation on your own; you will need some support from friends and family members.…

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Disadvantages Of Not Having Legal Representation During A Divorce

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Going through a divorce is much like any other business transaction, only with more emotion attached. The goal of a divorce is to end a marriage and leave all parties in the fairest situation as possible. To do this as easily and smoothly as possible, you need to work with a good attorney to ensure all loose ends are tied up. Some people choose to divorce without contacting a law firm to hire an attorney.…

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Why Having A Child Custody Lawyer Is So Important

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Whether you are going through the legal process of a divorce, or you have simply split up with the other parent of your child, you will want to consider retaining a child custody lawyer. While you certainly do have the option to represent yourself in a child custody and visitation case, you might not like the stress it puts you under or the results that you get. Check out the following reasons why having a lawyer can help you.…

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How To Deal With The Pressure Of Being In A Jury Room

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Jury duty is one of those responsibilities that American citizens must perform. This responsibility is something that you should take seriously. Justice depends on the quality of jurors who sit on a trial. Read on to find out how to deal with the pressure of being in a jury room. How Voting Can Get You On The List For jury selection, potential jurors are chosen randomly from a list. The jury pool comes from citizens’ names on the registered voters list.…

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3 Things You Need To Know Before Filing For A Legal Separation

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If you and your spouse have decided that it is best for you to live apart for one another and take some time to determine if you want to remain married. There are benefits to filing for a legal separation you need to be aware of before you move forward with the process. #1 You Can Receive Spousal Support When you are legally separated, you can receive benefits much like you would if you were divorced.…

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4 Faqs When It Comes To Shoulder Replacement Surgery

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You have most likely heard of replacement surgeries for the hip or knee, but have you ever heard of shoulder replacement surgery? Like the hip and knee, the shoulder is a joint that over time can stop functioning properly. If you have been having shoulder pain and face the possibility of getting the joint replaced, you may have some questions. Here are the answers to four common questions you may have when it comes to shoulder replacement surgery.…

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Don't Let Dirty Tricks Control Your Divorce: How To Get Ahead Of The Game And Avoid The Tricks

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Divorce is never an easy situation to maneuver. Unfortunately, it can become downright impossible to maneuver when one spouse decides to resort to dirty tricks. If you’re worried that your spouse will take the low-road, and begin using dirty tricks against you, now’s the time to prepare yourself for the rocky road ahead. Here are four tips for overcoming some dirty tricks your spouse might try to use against you:…

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What's New In Real Estate Law - New Laws For 2017

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The great recession of 2008 can be shown to have been primarily caused by carelessness, greed, and loose underwriting within the residential real estate market. Lawmakers have continued to pass new laws intended to more tightly regulate this necessary but potentially volatile market. Each year a number of new laws are passed for the purpose of limiting imprudent or unethical practices within the market, 2017 was not different than other years in that there were some new real estate laws that are of interest to people who live in their homes and people who rent them.…

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Saving Your Relatives From Probate Problems

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As someone who is concentrating on working hard and accumulating wealth that you can pass on to children, a spouse and other relatives, your death may not be a regular topic of thought. You may have completed a lot of insurance documents and feel confident that nothing further should be done, assuming your relatives will all work together to smooth out financial issues when you die. You might not even imagine probate problems could plague loved ones; to ensure that’s not the case, attention to these pointers could save them legal problems and trouble.…

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Paper Chase: Understanding Estate Paperwork

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Being appointed as the personal representative (or executor) of an estate is an extreme honor, and a big responsibility. You can help yourself get up to speed quickly by learning about some common estate-related documents ahead of time. Read on for a quick look at some commonly used pieces of documentation. What you will encounter and when If you understand where these important documents fit into the estate process, it can give you a platform to predict what you will encounter and when you will come into contact with certain documents.…

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