Child Custody For Grandparents: A Legal Guide

Posted on: 12 August 2015
As a grandparent, it's never easy to acknowledge that your grandchild may need to be in your custody. Doing so means that there is a very likely a major problem with the child's parenting situation. Your decision to seek custody of your grandchild can be a heartrending and difficult choice to make, but your love and concern for the child will, no doubt, be your first priority. When it comes time to seek custody of your grandchild, your best course of action is to be as informed and prepared as possible for the custody hearing.
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Understanding Some Of The Ups And Downs Of Lawyer Contingency Fees

Posted on: 29 July 2015
Practically every personal injury lawyer commercial will mention that they won't get paid unless you get paid. Accident and injury lawyers often use this method of payment as enticement and incentive for your business. But before you sign a contingency contract with a lawyer, you should know more about how contingency fees work. About Contingency Fees Lawyers who use the contingency fee model will agree to represent you without any upfront payment.
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Does A Stay-At-Home Mom Need A Postnuptial Agreement?

Posted on: 14 July 2015
If you are thinking of leaving the workforce to stay at home with your children full-time, it may be best to consider getting a postnuptial agreement. Most people know what a prenup is, and postnups accomplish many of the same goals. However, these agreements are negotiated after the marriage has taken place. Here, you'll learn why it's important for stay-at-home parents to have postnups. Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements can Form the Basis of a Solid Marriage
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The Role Of Arbitration In Resolving Your Car Accident Case

Posted on: 25 June 2015
When you file an insurance claim, you should be prepared to negotiate and, if necessary, litigate with an insurance company. Just because an insurance company decides to award you less money than what you think you deserve does not mean you have to settle. Instead, you may take your case to court and allow a judge to review the facts of the case and determine what a fair payment would be.
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