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Divorce and Child’s Health: How to Make It Easier for Your Kid

There is a season to everything, even divorce. A study in Washington shows that there are two months out of the year when divorce filings appear to peak: March and August. Several theories tried to explain this phenomenon but one stood out: March and August come after winter or summer holidays. Many couples go on

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Is Separation Better Than Divorce When You Have a Business?

“Til death do you part” isn’t always brought to its intended conclusion. Some 50 percent of married couples in America end in divorce — a dismal rate. But when you have a business, you have no time to dwell on the unfortunate end to your once fairy tale story. Your most precious financial asset needs

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Vacation Accident Laws: Rights You Need to Know

Vacations are a great way to escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. When life gets too overwhelming, getting away from it all is a great way to recharge and re-calibrate. But what if things go awry and you get into an accident? Vacation accidents and deaths occur more than we think—a surprising

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Going Back to Work After an Injury? Here’s What You Need to Do

Getting into an accident is never pleasant, and while many people assume that they can return to work immediately after an accident, this isn’t the case. Depending on the severity of your injuries, the physician’s treatment plan for you, and other factors, you might need to have more time off than you would like. It’s

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Here’s Why You Should Pick a Legal Guardian for Your Kids

There is a general belief that wills are only for the elderly and those who have poor health. In reality, it is for everyone – for people who considerably know that life can be uncertain. And if you have kids, the need for a reliable and comprehensive will becomes much more apparent. Anticipate the future and

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The Age of Deliveries in a Global Pandemic

There’s no denying that the COVID-19 pandemic has a drastic impact on the economy. Companies were forces to lay off workers, leaving 3.28 million unemployed Americans by the last week of March. Small businesses do not have enough funds to stay afloat when operations come to a halt. Due to social distancing and quarantine, people

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Reaching Success as a Career-Woman and a Single Mom

Working single parents never have it easy. If they’re also going through a divorce on top of raising kids and maintaining a career, their life is indeed a roller-coaster ride, full of twists, ups and downs, and sometimes, a plunge. Thankfully, there are experienced family lawyers helping single parents keep a level head during a divorce.

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Overcoming Mental Stress Brought About by an Accident

Accidents can take a toll not only on one’s physical health but their emotional and mental health as well. If you or a loved one is currently suffering because of a recent accident, then know that you are not alone. It does not even matter if you are the victim or the one at fault.

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The Know-How on Using the Empty Chair Defense in Cases

Accidents are common even in instances where people take as much precaution as possible to prevent them. If you have been the victim of an injury because someone failed to uphold their part in ensuring your safety, you can file a personal injury lawsuit against them. While you might have what you assume is a

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How to Protect Yourself Before You File for Divorce

The ideal divorce is an amicable one. If you’re seeking to file a divorce from your spouse, you should first work out issues that might complicate the process as early as possible. Obviously, it’s not easy to do so, and few couples are lucky enough to remain civil. If your divorce is likely to become

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