4 Myths About Divorce Mediation

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One of the biggest problems that couples face when going through a divorce is the fact that they see it as a battle. This need not be the case, especially if you have children and simply want what is best for them. A divorce mediation is a process where an attempt is made to work out everything as amiably as possible. This means that both parties will attempt to work out what is in each other's best interest.

21 December 2015

As A Grandparent, Do You Know Your Visitation Rights?

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Many times when a marriage ends up in divorce court and there is a custody battle, the court is only able to see the husband and wife.  They are not able to see the extended family members, especially the grandparents, who will also be directly impacted by any orders handed down by the court. In certain divorce cases, when it comes to visitation, the grandparents may have a right to be seen.

8 December 2015

Tips For Legally Protecting Yourself As A Small Business Owner

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There are many different laws that can affect small business owners, and it can make it difficult for any new entrepreneur to keep things straight. This can lead to a variety of struggles, including the potential for lawsuits. It's important that you protect your business from risks like these, but that means being familiar with the laws that can put you at risk. Here are a few of the most common mistakes that new entrepreneurs can make and some tips to help you avoid them.

30 October 2015

3 Tips For Buying A Home With Cash

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If you have the funds to pay for your next house in cash, doing so may be a good choice for you. Cash buyers have some distinct advantages when it comes to the negotiations process. You can close the deal faster and with less fuss than someone who has to go through a mortgage approval process. For a seller who's motivated to get rid of their old house and move on, a buyer with cash in hand is an attractive proposition.

2 October 2015

Four Costly Mistakes You Do Not Want To Make If You Have Been Denied Social Security Disability

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If you have suffered an accident, illness, or met other certain qualifications, and are unable to work, you may have filed an application for Social Security disability. Although, you may already know that you only have a 36% chance nationally of being approved, it is still disheartening when the denial letter comes in the mail. Fortunately, that is not the end of things, but what you do next may determine whether or not you will receive benefits.

9 September 2015

Selling Your Small Business? 3 Common Mistakes To Avoid

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According to theSmall Business Administration, there are approximately 22 million small businesses throughout the United States. If you're a proud entrepreneur looking to sell your small business, the process of actually finding a buyer and getting the best price can be overwhelming. Here are three of the most common mistakes that entrepreneurs can make when selling their small business – and how to avoid them: Selling For The Wrong Reasons

17 August 2015

Can You Sue For A Slip And Fall Accident At A State Or National Park?


Regardless of where you live in the U.S., you're likely within easy driving distance of one of 59 national parks or more than 6,600 state parks. From the Grand Canyon to Niagara Falls, these parks provide great, protected views of nature's beauty. However, even with precautions and restricted areas, these parks can occasionally pose dangers to visitors -- and if you've been injured after a slip or fall at one of these parks, you may be wondering whether you have any recourse.

29 July 2015

5 Ways Children Can Use Writing To Help Get Through A Divorce

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As children grow and develop, it may be harder to express emotions and frustrations as easily as a mature adult. Instead of trying to force something verbally through a child, writing exercises are a great way to get information and read through feelings. Not only will it help you gain a better connection with your child, but the types of writing can also help with divorce proceedings. While working with a family law attorney, a variety of child-based writing activities can be used to open communication, determine custody, and help parents understand a different point of view during the divorce.

10 July 2015

No Visible Injuries? Is It Okay To Leave The Motorcycle Accident Scene?

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If you're in a motorcycle accident and didn't receive visible injuries, you may thinks it's okay to leave the scene once you give a statement to the police. You could be making a mistake. If you hire a motorcycle accident attorney in the future, they may not have sufficient evidence to go after the other driver or their insurance company. By leaving the accident scene too early or before you receive onsite medical treatment, you may damage attorney's ability to win your case.

22 June 2015

Are Doctors Required To Disclose Information About Other Medical Professionals And Facilities?

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In a CNN article posted in June 2015, a mother recounts how her infant daughter suffered complications after surgery that ultimately left the child paralyzed. After being advised by another person that there were an unusually high number of infant deaths at the medical facility, the woman asked her daughter's doctor to transfer the little girl to another hospital. Rather than be surprised, the doctor was only too happy to comply and seemed to know about the issues at the medical facility.

2 June 2015