Workers Compensation 101

The Nuances of an Intentional Act Clause and How It Impacts Your Accident Case

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Many insurance companies include clauses in their policies that state they will not pay claims arising from intentional actions. For instance, if you purposefully hit a pedestrian who was crossing the street, your insurance company typically won’t pay any claims the victim may submit, and you would be on the hook personally for any losses or damages. However, the line between whether an act was intentional or not isn’t always clear. Read More»

The Big Talk: Telling Your Child About The Divorce

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If you are divorcing, you are likely dealing with many upheavals and stressful issues, seemingly all at once. When it comes to telling your child about the divorce, it’s an easy task to put off. And you should put it off – at least until you know exactly what you’re going to say and how to say it. Your concerns that the divorce could negatively affect them for their entire life could be justified, but just the fact that you acknowledge that means that you’re on the right track. Read More»

4 Common Mistakes To Avoid Before Filing For Bankruptcy

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Facing the reality that you’re going to need to file for bankruptcy can be harsh, but if bankruptcy is truly the right choice for you, it will be worth it in the long run. Both chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you enjoy a “clean slate” of sorts when it comes to your finances. Still, there are some common mistakes you’ll want to avoid as you prepare to file for bankruptcy that could land you in even more financial trouble. Read More»

What to Do ef Your Child Wants to Divorce You

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It may seem far-fetched to imagine that a child would want to divorce their parents, and it is probably an especially absurd notion for your own situation. After all, you know how much you personally love your little one and how much you have devoted to your child. However, some children have tried to divorce their parents, and in some cases, they have been successful at doing so. There was even a feature film, Irreconcilable Differences, that told the story of a child divorcing their parents. Read More»

What Happens If You Are Charged For A Crime Just Because You Were There

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You may not know that you can get charged with a crime just by being present during an unlawful situation. This can be a very bad situation for you to be in. Below is some information about this so you will know what you can do. Not Knowing About the Legal Activity If you visit someone and they are doing illegal activity that you do not know about, this crime is known as Place of Common Nuisance (PCN). Read More»