3 Things You Should Protect During A Divorce

Posted on: 27 February 2018

Divorces are incredibly common. This is why it is important to make sure that you are doing what you can to protect yourself. If you are thinking about divorce, you need to start now to take steps to protect yourself. Here are some things that you should protect. 1. Protect Your Finances It is no secret that divorce can be incredibly hard on your finances. There are too many people who walk away from a divorce in a worse financial position than they were in before.
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Using Mediation To Settle Personal Injury Cases

Posted on: 26 January 2018

If you've been injured by a careless driver, you cannot depend on the insurance company to award you with the money damages that you deserve. Only by filing a personal injury case can you get paid for the full amount of any medical bills, past and future, as well as things like pain and suffering and lost wages. Often, you may find your negotiations with the other side stalled. When this happens, more and more potential litigants are turning to a new way of negotiating settlements.
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3 Important Steps To Take After Getting Charged With A DUI

Posted on: 27 December 2017

One of the more serious crimes to be charged with is a DUI. A guilty verdict could do irrefutable damage to your personal and professional life. As a form of damage control, it's important that you take the following actions after being charged.  Avoid Further Controversy  If you've been arrested for a DUI and are awaiting trial, it's important to avoid further controversy any way you can. If your license was suspended after the arrest, avoid driving.
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How To Speed Up The Social Security Disability Claims Process

Posted on: 21 November 2017

When you apply for Social Security Disability benefits, your intake worker will tell you that it can take up to six months to get a response. However, there are some ways to speed up the process and get your claim response much faster. Collect ALL Documentation Yourself Sure, you can sign documents that allow the Social Security office to obtain documents from your doctors, but that is usually what slows down this process.
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