2015

Divorce Tips: How To Break The News To Close Family & Friends

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One of the hardest things to accept is that you are getting divorced. Both you and your spouse have made connections–as a couple–to family members and friends. These relationships are special and deserve care and consideration. The following guide will help you break the news about your divorce to your loved ones.  Gauge The Reaction Your family and friends may react positively if they thought your spouse was no good for you.…

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How To Protect Intellectual Property

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Protecting intellectual property is increasingly important as new technological ideas become more integrated into daily life and therefore are worth more money. Many people don’t know exactly how to go about protecting their intellectual property. Follow these tips to make sure that you are able to protect your ideas and use any money spent in that pursuit in the most effective way possible. 1. Don’t Go in Blind If you have a great idea, there’s a good chance that someone might have also had that same great idea, or at least something similar.…

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Dispelling Two False Notions About Social Security Benefits

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Social Security has become one of the most popular government programs that is currently available, and this should be no surprise given the numerous benefits that are available through Social Security. However, this is a program that is often misunderstood by people, and this can lead them to make the mistake of believing that a couple of common myths are true. By learning the truth behind the following two notions about Social Security, you will be better able to utilize this program to address your needs.…

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Filing A Police Report After An Auto Accident: What You Need To Know

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If you’re ever in a car accident, one of the first things you’ll want to do is to file an official police report and obtain a copy of it for your own records. By doing so, fault in your accident can be determined more accurately, and your car insurance claim can be processed more quickly. Still, there are some things you should know about filing a police report in the event that you find yourself in the aftermath of a car accident.…

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Things You Can'T Find Out Watching Divorce Court On TV

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There are many divorce court television shows on making individuals think they know the court process inside and out. However, you’d be surprised to learn what’s there just for show. If you are interested in how the divorce court process really works, here are some things that you will not see on television. Emotional Outbursts It is important to note that there is a lot of drama allowed in the divorce courts on television.…

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Four Essential Estate Planning Moves Everybody Should Make

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People are always being advised to have their estate “plans” in order, but what are these plans that you are supposed to organize? Well, most are things that ensure that your wishes are carried out in case of your demise, and your dependents aren’t left destitute.  Estate planning also allows you to plan for your sunset years when your earning capacity may reduce. Some of the essential moves you shouldn’t ignore include:…

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Why Your Personal Injury Case Is Taking So Long (And What You Can Do About It)

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If you’ve recently begun pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, hopefully, your attorney sat down with you at the beginning of it all and explained to you that these things can take time. Depending on your specific settlement request and the details surrounding your lawsuit, you could be looking at months or years until a final settlement is reached. Wondering what the hold-up is with your particular case? Your best bet is to speak with your lawyer, but there are typically a few common reasons that personal injury lawsuits will stall.…

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Two Questions About What To Expect From Your Bankruptcy Filing

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Following into financial trouble is a problem that millions of people will experience at some point during their lives. Sadly, it can become impossible for you to dig your way out of these situations, and this can result in extreme actions by your creditors. While bankruptcy offers many people a way to escape these debts, there are some common questions that you may have about the type of protections offered by bankruptcy, and understanding these answers will help you to better understand what type of relief you can expect.…

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Assault And Battery: 3 Ways You Can Prove Your Innocence

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If you have been charged with assault and battery, you might be tempted to plead guilty, especially if it is easily proven that you did, indeed, injure or harm someone. However, you should not quickly or lightly make the decision to plead guilty or agree to a plea bargain. In most states, it is up to the prosecution to prove that you intentionally and criminally caused injury to another. While it may be evident that you did cause injury, your reasons for doing so may be protected by law and will, therefore, serve as your defense.…

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Why You Want The Help Of A Real Estate Lawyer

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Once you have decided that it is time to buy a piece of real estate, you might want to consider hiring a real estate lawyer. While it is true that you can complete a real estate transaction without having a lawyer, it is not always in your best interests. If you have never used a real estate lawyer before, you might need to take a moment to review the benefits that would come from hiring one so you will have all of the information you need to make a good quality decision.…

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