Addressing 2 Common Questions Associated With Child Custody

Posted on: 12 March 2015
Family law is one of the most complex areas of law because it covers everything from divorce to child support. Due to the complexity associated with these topics, it's often advised to seek legal counsel. Indeed, unless you possess a strong legal background, it's unlikely that you'll be able to navigate through the judiciary system, which means that the outcome of the legal procedure you initiate will hardly be in your favor, especially if your spouse is legally represented.
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What Happens If You're Sick Or Pass? Get A Plan Fast

Posted on: 2 March 2015
If you are wondering what would happen to all of your assets and belongings if something happened to you, it's time to meet with an estate lawyer. It doesn't matter if you are 25 years old, or you if you are nearing retirement, you need to have a plan. Married or single, broke or rich, you want to have a plan because you don't know what the future may bring. Here are a few reasons you want to consider an estate lawyer to make a will:
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Five Games Abusers Play In Divorce

Posted on: 19 February 2015
If you are wanting to get away from an abusive mate, you need to realize that their abusive behavior will likely intensify when they discover your plans. If your abuser is wanting to divorce you, perhaps because they are having an affair, they will also want to make sure you are not left in a good position. You need to think ahead, because there are five ways an abuser could try to control you during divorce and afterward. You will want to be prepared to handle these tactics and protect yourself.
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Working While Disabled: Getting Full Benefits

Posted on: 10 February 2015
If you are planning on collecting on social security disability, you may need to quit your job or at least work fewer hours if you have not reached your retirement age yet. Once you have reached the retirement age, however, you are free to work away. If you are claiming disability for another reason, you are not allowed to earn more than a certain amount and still collect full disability benefits.
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