How To Deal With Your Emotions So They Don't Complicate Your Divorce

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Emotion can ruin your divorce in different ways. For example, it can cause you to make irrational decisions during asset division negotiations, go on a spending spree or hide assets from your spouse. Know how to deal with tour emotions so that it doesn’t affect your divorce. Here are some measures that may help: Talk About Your Emotions Many people find it easy to deal with their emotions after they have talked about it to people they trust.…

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Protecting Your Divorce-Related Documents

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Keeping your divorce documents safe, from accidental damage or a spiteful partner, can mean the difference between an easy (fast and simple) and a difficult (protracted) divorce. Your passports, property deeds, bank records, and your kid’s birth certificates will all be necessary during the divorce. Here are a few tips on how to secure them: Have a Separate Hard Disk Storing your documents on your home computer isn’t a good idea on several fronts.…

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What Could A Recent Decision On Class Action Waivers Mean For Employees?

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Although not all jobs require the completion of a binding employment contract, employers in sensitive or ultra-competitive industries may often require their employees to sign a noncompete contract or other type of legal agreement to restrict employees’ behavior even after separating from employment. Some of these agreements include provisions prohibiting employees from banding together in a class action lawsuit against the employer, even if the employer engages in egregious behavior that violates the rights of all its employees.…

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