Estate Planning Made Simple

Posted on: 5 October 2015

As you get older, it becomes more important for you to plan for when you pass on, especially if you have children. To make this process a little less difficult in regards to your estate planning, you can take these steps. Determine How to Divide Your Assets One of the most important things to consider when planning for life after you are gone is who gets what. Now, this may cause a lot of controversy and debate within your family, which is why you should approach this topic as calmly as possible.
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2 Reasons To Hire A Divorce Attorney

Posted on: 10 September 2015

A divorce attorney can be your best resource for making sure that your divorce goes smoothly, mostly because he or she can provide you with assistance both during and after a divorce. You should hire a divorce attorney because he or she can provide mediation services and help make sure that your ex follows through with the terms of the divorce.  Provide Mediation Services Mediation services are one of the easiest ways to get through a divorce process, although it will require that you and your spouse are on decent terms.
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Five Non-Drivers That Could Be at Fault for Your Car Accident

Posted on: 21 August 2015

You may need the help of a lawyer if a car accident leaves you injured. If you weren't at fault, you will need to secure payment for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering from someone. Usually this is the insurance of the at-fault driver, but what if there is no other at-fault driver? There could be many others at fault, depending on the circumstances of the accident, and your lawyer can help you get the amount you deserve from each of them.
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3 Things That People Do To Harm Their Chances Of Getting Custody Of Their Children

Posted on: 7 August 2015

Divorce is a stressful time for anyone. It can be especially difficult if you have children and there is a custody battle. Unfortunately, some parents do things that lessen their chances of obtaining custody of their children. Here are a couple things you should avoid doing when fighting a custody battle.     1. Abandonment It is very important that you don't show any kind of abandonment. For example, if you are your spouse were fighting and you decided to leave for a good amount of time, this could be seen as abandonment; especially if you knew that the situation was dangerous for the children.
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