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Understanding Child Custody

Divorce is an emotional and difficult process for all family members involved.  Determining custody of children can prove to be both difficult and confusing.  For the adults, understanding the different types of child custody is important, so let's clarify a few of the most common questions. First, what does child custody mean? There are essentially two forms of custody.  The parent with legal custody is responsible for making important decisions such as their child's welfare, education, and health.   Read More...

4 Things Not To Do When Trying To Get Workers' Compensation

Being hurt at work is sure to be a scary time.  You may be unsure of how you can recover and manage to pay your bills. The good news is you can file a claim for workers' compensation that will reimburse you for your losses if you qualify. However, there are certain things you can and can't do to help ensure you're successful. Being aware of what not to do to receive this compensation is sure to be to your advantage.   Read More...

Top 3 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Divorce Attorney

Are you getting ready to divorce your current spouse? Do you want to make sure that the process goes in your favor as much as possible? When dealing with divorces, it's a good idea to hire an attorney to at least check over the paperwork and ensure that you're not agreeing to anything unexpected. But not every attorney is equal. In order to ensure that you're getting the best attorney for your needs, you need to ask a few questions during your first consultation.   Read More...

Family Lawyers Guide You In Negotiations For Shared Parenting Following A Divorce

A divorce can be a bitter pill for parents who have children. You initially enter into a marriage by reason of love. Sometimes, for one reason or the other, that shared love starts crumbling. The situation worsens as time goes by until a decision is made to divorce each other. A larger problem now looms for the divorcing couple. You have young children, and some legal arrangements will have to be made that will benefit both parents and children.   Read More...

Auto Insurance: How You Can Receive Medical Coverage After An Accident

Being involved in a car accident can cause a wave of emotions from fear of possible injury to damage to your property. Another fear is how you will pay for all the damages that you have suffered as a result of a car accident. If you are hurt, insurance companies will typically pay for your medical bills. This is assuming one or both parties involved actually have auto insurance. The insurance agency will decide who is at fault for the accident.   Read More...