Three Things You Need To Do If You're At Fault In An Automobile Accident

Posted on: 10 October 2017
When driving, all it takes is one small mistake to cause an auto accident. If you know that you are at fault or partially at fault for a vehicular incident, there are certain things that you should and shouldn't do. Check out these guidelines for guidance as to how you should conduct yourself after a wreck you that is your fault. 1. Keep Conversation to a Minimum If you know your actions caused the accident, you may be tempted to apologize to the other driver for causing the accident.
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How To Prevent Your Smoking From Affecting Your Child Custody Chances

Posted on: 20 September 2017
If you smoke cigarettes and you are gearing up for child custody battle, then expect the court to take your smoking habit into consideration due to the custody determination. However, this doesn't mean that you will automatically lose custody due to your smoking habit. For example, the court may find that your smoking doesn't affect your child's well-being if: You Don't Smoke In the Car When the Kid Is There   
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Get Personal With Your Personal Injury Attorney: Four Things To Share

Posted on: 13 September 2017
If you have been involved in a personal injury and are looking to pursue legal action, you are probably going to want to hire a personal injury attorney. The first step in this process is to visit an attorney for a consultation. It's during this time that you need to actually get personal with your personal injury attorney. Here are four things you must share with them: Prior Illness: First thing you want to do is let your personal injury attorney know if you have had any previous injuries that can possibly be used against you in your case.
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Is A Limited Or General Power Of Attorney Right For You?

Posted on: 6 September 2017
During your estate planning, you will have to decide which documents are necessary in helping your executor and other trusted agents make decisions about your financial and personal matters. One of those documents is a power of attorney. There are several types of powers of attorney, but most people must choose between a limited or general. If you are unsure which is for you, here is what you need to know.
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