3 Things You Need To Do To Protect Yourself During A Divorce

Posted on: 27 January 2017
Many couples chose to divorce. In fact, it seems so common that many people think that they know what to do during a divorce that they don't properly prepare themselves. This is a mistake and if you don't educate yourself properly on what to do during a divorce, you could harm yourself legally. Here are some things you need to do right as the divorce begins to protect yourself. 1. Change All Of Your Estate Planning Documents
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Need A Personal Injury Lawyer? How You Can Get One When You're On A Budget

Posted on: 12 January 2017
When you've been hurt at the hands of another person, it's important for you to get the restitution that you deserve.  You could be dealing with serious injuries that are so extensive that it may be a long road back to living your life the way you formerly did.  However, as much as you may want to hire a lawyer, you may think that you just can't afford to pay them.
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If A Dog Caused Your Car Accident, You Could Receive Compensation From The Owner

Posted on: 16 December 2016
A dog ran out in front of your car and caused you to swerve to avoid it. As a result, you got into an accident that totaled your car and caused personal injury. Can you pursue a lawsuit against the owner of the dog in this case? Leash Laws Often Dictate Your Response Leash laws vary heavily based on the state and these often dictate the nature of your case.
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Online Employment Pre-Screening Can Make Your Hiring Process Easier

Posted on: 29 November 2016
When you are looking for new employees, you may get a whole lot of applicants. That can mean that you have to spend a lot of time looking at applications and trying to sort out who will meet your needs and who won't. And then once you find applicants who may meet your needs, you may have to have those prospective employees take tests and other assessments to judge their skills.
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