Law

  • How To Determine Your Homes Property Lines

    When you buy a home, you probably don't worry much about your property lines. You see the fence that separates your home from your neighbor's and it doesn't concern you. However, there may come a point when there is a boundary line dispute when one of you starts a home remodeling project or you decide to work on your yard. If this occurs, you need to know where your property lines are.
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  • What You Should Know About Child Custody Cases

    If you are getting divorced and are trying to get custody, either sole or shared, there are some things you should know first. These things pertain to winning your case and offer helpful advice through each stage of the child custody process. Family law is a complicated area of law and one that should not be taken lightly. Never Use Your Children as Leverage One of the most important things to watch out for in the beginning of your case is to never attempt to use your children as leverage, or let your spouse do so.
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  • 4 Things To Do Before Starting The Divorce Process

    Divorce is common in the United States. In fact, somewhere between 40 and 50 percent of marriages in the US end in divorce. Divorces can run the gamut from being easy and amicable to drawn out and acrimonious. The process of divorce can also lead to complicated financial and emotional situations as a couple attempts to unravel their shared lives. Before starting the divorce process there are a few things that a couple can do to help ensure that the divorce goes smoothly.
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  • Work Credits And Social Security Disability Benefits

    When you apply for Social Security disability, your work history will be carefully scrutinized by the Social Security Administration. Part of the eligibility requirements for disability benefits is that you have worked a certain amount. Before applying for benefits, here are a few things you need to know about your work credits and benefits.  Work Credits As you work, you earn work credits. The work credits are the product of your earnings being converted.
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  • 3 Reasons To Hire A Real Estate Lawyer When Making A Purchase

    It is very important to make sure that you are doing everything that you can to make your next real estate go through smoothly from start to finish. In order to do that, you might find that you need to hire a real estate lawyer. With the help of this particular kind of lawyer, you will find that the process of buying a home is not as hard as you might have once thought it to be.
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  • Did You Slip And Fall? 3 Questions About Slip And Fall Liability

    If you were recently involved in a slip and fall accident on another person's property, you may be thinking about filing a legal claim. However, you may have to prove several things about your accident in order to get a settlement. Here are some questions you may have about liability in a slip and fall case: How Is Liability Determined? Liability for a trip and fall accident on someone's property is often determined by whether or not the property owner is deemed negligent.
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  • Slip-And-Fall Accidents: Steps To Take To Help Support Evidence Of Liability

    When a person is injured at a business site, they are sometimes embarrassed to report the incident. In some cases, they may fail to report or document the details of the incident. Unfortunately, this can all work against you should you decide to pursue a personal injury or premises liability claim. This is because you may not have sufficient evidence to prove the owner's negligence, which led to your fall and injury.
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