Five Things That May Constitute A Custody Evaluation

Posted on: 5 February 2018
A custody evaluation process is an independent assessment of your family setup and your child's needs to determine the custody determination would suit the child best. The custody evaluation is handled by a court-appointed custody evaluator, and it involves different things such as the following five: Interviews with the Child There are two main reasons for interviewing the child at the center of the custody battle. First, if the child is old enough, it's useful to get their opinion on the issue.
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3 Legal Tips To Consider After A Severe Auto Accident

Posted on: 5 January 2018
Auto accidents are stressful for anyone to experience, especially if they resulted in severe injuries. You shouldn't be held accountable for the resulting medical bills if you were not responsible. To get through this stressful time and get the compensation you may desperately need, consider these legal tips.  Never Admit Fault  After such a traumatic experience, you may want to share relevant details about what unfolded as a form of therapy.
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Keep Internet Mobs From Appearing On Your Doorstep With These Three Tips

Posted on: 7 December 2017
The internet has made it easier for people to start businesses and find customers to pay for their goods and services. Unfortunately, it has also made it easier for bad actors to locate personal information on those business owners and use it to extract vigilante justice. In today's highly politicized atmosphere, one wrong word could result in you being doxxed and subjected to the associated consequences, so here are three tips for protecting your personal information from internet mobs.
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Injured On The Job? 4 Issues That Can Jeopardize Your Workers Compensation Claim

Posted on: 10 October 2017
If you've been injured on the job, you have the right to workers compensation benefits. Workers compensation provides cash payments while you're out of work and also provides for your medical care. In order to receive workers compensation, however, it's important that you follow the required guidelines. If you don't, you run the risk of having your claim denied. If that happens, you may not receive the benefits you're entitled to.
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