Who Gets The Dog? Handling Pets During Estate Planning

Posted on: 13 September 2019

In many respects, your dog is like a member of the family. Therefore, being concerned about who will take care of its needs when something happens to you is a natural concern. Even though pets are deemed as property, it does not mean you cannot properly plan for your dog to have a good life once you are gone. Here are a few steps to take during your estate planning process so you can make sure your pooch is not left behind without a good owner.
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What To Do If You Are Sued For Child Custody

Posted on: 11 August 2019

If you find yourself served with court papers for a child custody hearing at some point, you might be a little bit shocked and unsure of what you should do next. This can be a very stressful situation, but these tips will help you get through it. Don't Ignore Your Court Date First of all, be very careful not to avoid or ignore your court date. If you do, then you might immediately lose the case.
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How To Deal With Extra-Curricular Activities And Child Custody

Posted on: 10 July 2019

When you are divorced and you have children in extra-curricular activities, the division of custody can be a difficult road to navigate. You have to communicate and be willing to work together for the sake of the children. Here are some things you should think about when you have kids in extra-curricular activities: Avoid Arguments You and your former spouse should never argue in front of your children, particularly when it has to do with an activity they participate in.
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Why An Insurance Carrier Might Reject Your Accident Claim

Posted on: 30 May 2019

If you are injured in an auto accident, the responsible driver's insurance carrier should pay your damages. Sometimes, however, you can file a claim only for the insurance company to reject your demands. Here are some of the reasons an insurance company might reject your demands. You Contributed To the Accident In many cases of auto accidents involving multiple parties, more than one of the parties ends up being responsible for the accident.
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