Traveling Abroad: Will You Need An Apostille?

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Everybody knows that when you travel abroad you need a passport. What you may not know is that you may need other documents as well, and these documents may require additional documents as proof of authenticity. If you are a little nervous now after finding out that you may need more than a passport, the following information will help.  Birth Certificates (Especially If You Are Traveling with Minors) Traveling to Canada used to be so easy.

22 January 2020

Planning A Divorce? What To Consider Before You Move Forward

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A divorce is a major decision to make. You may feel overwhelmed at the beginning, which is normal and expected. However, there are some important things you should think about that can better help you get ready for all that is to come. Before you move forward, you need to be certain you are sure of a few things, including the following: Should You Try Separation First? If you are new to the idea of divorce, you may want to consider a legal separation first.

26 December 2019

3 Things You Should Know if You Have Been Arrested for Disorderly Conduct

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The charge of disorderly conduct is general. There is no hard and clear definition of what this means. If you are arrested for this charge, you should hire an attorney immediately. There is certainly no reason to plead guilty because it is often difficult to prove in court. The following are a few things you should understand when you are arrested for this. The consequences can be worse than you think

3 December 2019

Understanding The Differences Between Legal And Physical Custody After A Divorce

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If you have children and are getting divorced, you are going to have to decide who will have custody of the children. However, there are also custody terms that will be decided on, which will factor in who gets to make decisions and how often each parent can see them. Here is what you need to know about the differences between legal and physical custody. Legal Custody Having legal custody of a child means that you are able to make legal decisions regarding your child's life.

30 October 2019

The Importance Of Understanding Your Finances Before The Divorce

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Going through a divorce is not usually the easiest experience, and it can be even harder if you do not fully know and understand your financial situation before the divorce begins. Because of this, it is vital for you to make sure you fully understand where you stand financially before you begin the divorce process. Here are several things to know about the importance of this and how to find out where you stand.

4 October 2019

3 Ways Living Together After Your Divorce Simplifies Things

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In a typical divorce, the two spouses will separate and each live in a different home. However, many couples today are doing things differently. A lot of couples today have made the decision to end their marriages but plan to stay living together afterwards. While this is not always a great idea, it can be beneficial for both spouses and for the children involved. In fact, here are three ways that living together after your divorce may simply your divorce.

4 September 2019

Filing A Workers Comp Claim? Tips For Improving Your Chances Of Success

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Getting injured while at work is an unfortunate experience that many Americans face each year. In fact, according to statistics provided by the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employers reported workplace injuries and illnesses at the rate of approximately 2.8 occurrences per 100 workers during 2017, or 2.8 million total, not counting fatalities. Since most workplace injuries have the potential to involve a worker's compensation claim, employees should make sure they understand the process and take advantage of tips like these to improve their chances of success in receiving the fair settlement they deserve.

29 July 2019