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3 Situations Where You Should Hire A Motorcycle Accident Attorney

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While no one wants to get in a motorcycle accident, unfortunately it happens. There are several different ways that a motorcycle accident can occur, and there are certain situations where it is wise to hire a motorcycle accident attorney. Here are three situations where hiring a motorcycle accident attorney is an excellent choice.  Your Accident Was Caused By Something The City Is Responsible For  If you were in a motorcycle accident because the roads were bad, there was debris in the road, a traffic light wasn’t working properly, the stop sign was covered, etc.…

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A Few Tips For Getting Your Disability Claim Approved

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If you have been injured or have an illness, disease, or condition that will keep you from returning to work for at least a year, you should file a claim to receive disability insurance. The money you receive may be all that keeps you and your family from financial ruin. Unfortunately, more of these claims are denied every year than are approved, and less than 25 percent are approved from the initial application.…

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3 Potential Concerns About Child Support

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Any couple going through the divorce process with children will need to deal with child support.  Since this is likely something that most people do not have experience with, it is common to have concerns about how child support works. Here are three questions you may have about owing child support: How Is The Child Support Payment Made? The process of actually making a child support payment varies based on what the court decides.…

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When You Want A Lickity Quick Split

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Once you and your spouse make the divorce decision, you may just want to get it done and over quickly. If you are willing to travel, you may be able to get a quicker divorce, but the quickie divorces of the past are pretty much not available any more. If you are really motivated to split quickly and are willing to devote a few weeks of vacation time to it, you may be able to divorce relatively quickly, so read on for more information.…

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Don't Make These Mistakes When Planning Your Estate

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By now, you would have heard of the importance of planning for your estate and many people have taken that step in the right direction. Unfortunately, this task can be rife with complicated issues like taxation and state-specific estate laws. The main goal of making these provisions are to ensure that both your property and your debts don’t present a problem for the loved ones you leave behind, so read on to learn about some common snafus that can occur with estate planning.…

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Three Keys For Your Wrongful Death Case

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If you are looking to bounce back from the serious blow of having your loved one die due to another party’s negligence, you’ll need to learn the ins and outs of a wrongful death case. By putting your best foot forward in a wrongful death case, you’ll get a payout that will help you account for damages. To this end, use the tips below to get the compensation you need out of your wrongful death lawsuit.…

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How To Protect Your Child During Divorce

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Divorce can get ugly, especially when children are involved. It doesn’t matter if your separation was amicable, when it comes to matters of custody things can definitely get heated. It can be easy to point fingers, yell, scream and fight, but that doesn’t solve anything and can make things more stressful for your child. See below for tips on how to protect your child during divorce. Keep Kids Out Of The Divorce Process…

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3 Factors That Influence Spousal Support Payment Amounts

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Alimony, or spousal support, can give a dependent spouse the financial assistance he or she needs to move forward after divorce. Some people incorrectly assume that the court will award them a split share of their soon-to-be former spouse’s income. In truth, the court will consider several factors in deciding how much is owed. If you are filing for divorce, here are some of the factors that the court could use to determine the alimony payments.…

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Must You Allow A Search? What To Know

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A viewing of law enforcement related television shows and movies often demonstrates the common practice of requesting to search a vehicle. People are stopped, questioned and often have their vehicles searched, seemingly routinely. You should know that you do have rights when it comes to searches of your personal property. Read on to learn more about searches that could be conducted without a warrant and what is and is not permitted.…

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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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