3 Things You Need To Do After A Wrongful Death Occurs

Posted on: 9 October 2017

When you lose a loved one, you have to live with that pain for the rest of your life. While you will never be able to escape that pain or bring your loved one back, there is something that you can do that may help to justify their death: file a wrongful death suit against the responsible party. In doing so, you can potentially seek closure and recover from the financial burden that accompanied your loved one's wrongful death caused by an auto accident, medical malpractice, etc.
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It's Over: 3 Things You Should Do To Prepare For Your Divorce

Posted on: 27 January 2017

Now that you've made the decision to file for divorce, it's time to start making plans. Taking the time to prepare in advance, will ensure that you're ready to move forward. Here are three steps you should take before you file for divorce. Rent a Mail Box If you're not ready to tell your spouse that you want out of the marriage, you're going to need a safe place for your mail.
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Learn How To Have An Estate Plan Created When You Find Out You Have A Terminal Illness

Posted on: 16 January 2017

Finding out that you have a terminal illness can be devastating. There are many people who do not know what to do after they receive this news and are so overwhelmed with the fact that they may die that they have a hard time focusing on anything else. It is important to pull yourself together so you can get your affairs in order to ensure that you do not leave your family with the burden of taking care of your affairs for you.
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Understanding What's Best for Children in Disputed Custody Cases

Posted on: 8 November 2016

In a perfect world, you and your soon-to-be ex set your differences aside, get together and make a child custody and visitation plan on your own, without involving the family court system. Child custody can be among the most contentious of divorce issues, however, and in many cases this situation leads to a dispute that must be settled by the judge. The judge uses several factors in making a custody determination, and it pays to understand those factors.
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