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Three Things You Need To Know About Suing A Deceased Person

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When you’re injured by someone, you have the right to sue the person for compensation for your losses and expenses. What happens, though, if the liable party dies? You can still pursue your claim against the individual, but here are a few important factors you need to take into consideration to help you better manage your case. You Have Limited Time to File a Case The amount of time you have to file your case is typically shortened when a potential defendant in your claim dies. Read More»

3 Things You Can Control During A Child Custody Battle

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Going through a divorce was never cracked up to be a non-stop party, but it isn’t always challenging, either. It can be a mix of good times and bad ones. While you are going through a divorce and facing the reality of child support and custody battles, it is important to take excellent care of yourself. Talk to your divorce lawyer about any concerns you have in how you should conduct yourself during this time, and consider these four things you can control during a divorce battle. Read More»

4 Ways a Divorce Lawyer Can Help You

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If you’ve been struggling in your relationship, you may be considering filing for divorce. While no one likes to do this, it can be a good solution for couples who no longer get along. It’s important that you don’t guess your way through the divorce process. Instead, hiring a divorce lawyer is recommended. Keep reading to better understand the many ways in which a divorce lawyer can help you through this challenging time. Read More»

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»