Protecting Yourself Financially During a Divorce: 3 Clauses to Include in the Alimony Draft

Posted on: 6 September 2016

If you were the breadwinner in your marriage and not the homemaker, be prepared to pay alimony to your spouse in the event of a divorce. In fact, the longer the marriage, then the higher the likelihood that alimony will be awarded to your spouse. Protect yourself by hiring a divorce lawyer to draft up a reasonable and feasible alimony agreement. Here are three clauses the draft should include. Circumstances for Modifiability
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Distracted Driving Accidents

Posted on: 17 August 2016

If you drive long enough, you are likely to be involved in an accident or two. In fact, approximately 92 people are killed in road accidents each day in the United States. Many of these accidents are entirely preventable since they are caused by distracted drivers. When you are on the road, you need to avoid being one of those irresponsible people. Cell Phones Cell phones usage while driving is banned or limited in most states in the United States.
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Sports Camera Operators: 3 Financial Impacts To Consider For An Auto Accident Settlement

Posted on: 15 July 2016

If you love sports, being a sports camera operator is a great way to attend live games and work with other sports fans, but the job also requires a lot of strength and endurance. If you've been involved in a car accident, then your ability to operate a camera may be impacted due to injuries. Not only will you lose out on your traditional income, but there may be other financial impacts to consider while you're missing work.
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Help Your Preschooler Feel Secure And Remain Well-Adjusted If You And Your Spouse Are Divorcing

Posted on: 29 June 2016

If your preschooler is having trouble accepting the fact that you and your spouse will be divorcing and living in separate households, the following tips may help them cope with the situation. As long as you and your child's other parent strive to keep your offspring's needs met and provide unconditional love to them, they may feel secure and remain well-adjusted. Set Up A Fair Visitation Schedule Through Your Lawyer
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