What You Should Know About Child Custody

Posted on: 19 October 2018
When you have a child, you want to always do what is best for their safety and well-being. However, sometimes this is not as simple as it sounds, particularly when you are dealing with child custody issues. If you are no longer with your child's other parent, whether you were married or not, you may be looking at trying to negotiate the custody of your child. This can be a challenging process, especially if you have never had to deal with it before.
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3 Subtle Ways Women Face Workplace Discrimination

Posted on: 14 September 2018
"You've come a long way, baby" was the advertising tagline years ago for a cigarette marketed to women. And indeed, women have come a long way as the country nears the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in which women were giving the right to vote. However, when it comes to equality in the workplace, women have gone long enough. Discrimination against women still occurs, and recent current affairs in Hollywood only underline this.
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Treating Your Work-Related Injury: What To Know

Posted on: 15 August 2018
Workplace injuries are in a different category than most, but the need to seek treatment is just as vital as with any injury. Your employer has likely provided you with workers' compensation coverage for injuries and occupational illnesses, but the rules about medical treatment may mean that extra steps are needed. To avoid breaking the rules about medical care when you are using workers' compensation, read on. Should I use my own health insurance for a work-related injury?
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Hold Off On These Major Purchases Until Your Divorce Is Finalized

Posted on: 9 July 2018
When you and your spouse are going through a divorce, it may feel as though your entire life is under a microscope. Unless the proceedings are overly amicable, you'll often find that your spouse and his or her attorneys are questioning and contesting a lot of the decisions that you make.  Understandably, a lot of the contention around a divorce concerns money. Both parties want to make out well financially, while perhaps not seeing their spouse get any more money than is necessary.
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