Three Things To Find Out About Your State's Divorce Laws

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Although there are a few federal laws that apply to divorce, mostly in the realm of child support requirements, divorce in the United States is largely regulated on the state level. This means that getting divorced in one state may be a somewhat different process–and involve different legal requirements–than getting divorced in another state. This is very important to consider if you are thinking of getting a divorce. You need to make sure you know what laws apply in your particular state.…

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Horror Tales Of Special Education: Stop Yours With A Special Education Lawyer

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It is most unfortunate that the children for whom teachers should care for and protect the most are often the most victimized. Special needs children often cannot fight back, verbalize what is happening to them at school, or, if they do fight back, they are restrained and removed from the classroom because a teacher claims it was “self-defense.” If your child has been the victim of an abusive or neglectful teacher, you need to a) report it, and b) get a special education lawyer.…

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Fed Up: Getting Compensated For Food Poisoning

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A nice night out to a local restaurant could turn into a very bad experience. The potential to contract a food-borne illness, such as salmonella, is ever present. This illness is thesecond most common food-borne illness affecting those in the United States, and it is spread by consuming contaminated food or water. Read on for a better understanding of salmonella poisoning and how to get compensated. Salmonella Poisoning Almost no food is off-limits for the bacteria that causes salmonella, but often it is found in poultry, meat, and eggs.…

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