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How To Deal With Divorce As A Stay-At-Home Parent

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If you have spent the better part of your marriage as a stay-at-home parent and are now facing divorce, you may feel scared and nervous about the future. One of the biggest concerns for parents who have been out of the workforce to care for the children is getting a good-paying job. Once you know you are getting a divorce, you need to take steps right away to prepare for your future.

29 November 2018

Tips To Help Increase Your Chances Of Getting SSDI

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Filing for and being approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can sometimes seem like a hit-or-miss prospect. You might have suffered a severe injury and can no longer work, so you're just about to file for SSDI. The problem is that over half of all initial SSDI claims that are filed are not approved. If you want to avoid falling into this category, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of being granted SSDI when you file your paperwork.

16 October 2018

Understanding The Need For A Construction Attorney On Your Project

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Developers and construction companies have a lot of things to worry about when they start a larger construction project. The public, the laws and ordinances, and other unexpected issues that arise can all cause delays that can be costly to the developer. The best way to deal with these issues is to have an attorney on staff that has experience in this type of law.  What Does a Construction Attorney Do?

12 September 2018

How to Keep Your Home in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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"Bankruptcy" is a word that few people want to hear, but it represents an opportunity to escape crippling debt and get back on the right financial track. That doesn't mean bankruptcy should be taken lightly, however. Going through Chapter 7 bankruptcy means turning over most, if not all of your assets to a trustee who'll then determine how to liquidate and distribute those assets to satisfy creditors and settle your debts.

15 August 2018

How to Avoid At-Fault Accidents as a Teen

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As a teen driver, you probably can't wait to get out on your own and explore the surrounding area. Driving comes with a big increase in freedom, but it also comes with an increase in responsibility. Sadly, many teens involved in accidents are found to be at-fault for those accidents due to behaviors they displayed while driving. When you're at-fault for an accident, your insurance bills will often go up, and you may even need to hire a lawyer to represent you when the other party sues to collect damages.

6 July 2018

Estate Planning And Pets: How Can You Make Sure Your Pets Are Taken Care Of?

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Pets can be family to many people, but they're often forgotten when it come to estate planning. Many assume that they will outlive their pets or that arrangements will be made for them. Unfortunately, this can lead to a pet ending up in the shelter; if everyone believes the pet has already been taken care of, no one will take care of it. A clear estate plan can help. Pets Are Considered Property

5 June 2018

SSDI Income And Asset Limits

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If you are affected by a disability and are no longer able to work at your job, you may be qualified for benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Once you apply, the amount of money you earn and the way you earn it is monitored on an ongoing basis. Those who are approved for SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) have some strict limits placed on income. Read on to learn more about income, assets, and SSDI.

5 May 2018

3 Tips For Your Social Security Disability Filing

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When you're in need of help that a social security disability lawyer can provide, you will want to take some serious time out to make the right hire and to put together a proper case. In this regard, you'll want to understand a little bit more about fighting for your social security disability benefits, how you can bring the right attorney on board, and what you should expect from one of these cases.

10 April 2018

Is It Really That Bad If Someone With Almost No Estate Dies Intestate?

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It might not look like it sometimes, but pretty much everyone has an estate. Even those people who have very little in the way of money or possessions still have that money and those possessions, like a few books and clothes. It might not look like enough to warrant a will, but it really is, and not because of any monetary value. No Choices The main purpose of a will is to show the state (literally, the state you live in) that you have deliberate plans for your possessions and people aren't trying to steal them.

12 March 2018

A Different Kind of Affair

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Infidelity is a frequent cause of marital problems; problems that sometimes lead to divorce. If you think your spouse is cheating on you, it's wise to pay attention, because if they are not, then your suspicions could signal a need for counseling. If you are correct, then you may need to take more permanent action. A whole new way for spouses to get in trouble has emerged thanks to the internet, so read on for a few common red flags that you may be married to a cheating spouse.

8 February 2018