Divorce Options During A Pandemic: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 17 November 2020

With the world battling a pandemic, many court proceedings are either delayed, canceled, or handled virtually when possible. Divorce is handled differently based on different states and regions and based on the impact of the virus in the area. If you live in an area that is shut down due to the pandemic and you need to get a divorce, there are some options you may want to explore, including the following:
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5 Questions An Interviewer Isn't Allowed To Ask — And Why

Posted on: 20 October 2020

Employment discrimination can be hard to spot, but it can devastate your career and income earning potential. It even begins as early as the interview process. Learning to recognize questions that can result in discrimination is vital to protect yourself from unwarranted — and often illegal — rejection. Here are a few questions that may seem innocent but can cause such discrimination. "How Old Are You?" Did you know this question is actually illegal?
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Don't Let A Bad Broker Cost You: Hire An Attorney

Posted on: 21 September 2020

When you select someone to serve as your broker, you have certain expectations. Those expectations include the idea that your broker will invest with his or her clients' best interests in mind and will steer you clear of shady investments or other potential trouble. But what happens when that turns out not to be the case? If you've lost money because of poor decisions or a lapse in ethics on the part of your broker, you might have a legal case on your hands.
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Top 4 Ways A Divorce Attorney Can Help You

Posted on: 18 August 2020

If you are undergoing a divorce, you might be wondering if it's vital to work with a divorce lawyer. While you might be strong enough to handle everything on your own, it's always crucial to seek expert help. After all, divorce cases tend to be complex, so having a skilled legal counsel will bring a new outlook to the case. All the feelings of confusion and fear you had will change, thanks to the newly found perspective of objectivity, confidence, and prudence.
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