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Insurance and Divorce

People get married for lots of reasons: love, the desire to have children, the societal and familial expectations that they simply are of the right age to get married.  Lots of people, if not most, get married for a long-term reason: financial stability.  When you get divorced, your heart isn’t just broken and your world turned upside down, your financial life becomes much more unstable. Beyond just the division of... ❯❯❯

Injured on a Bounce House

Bounce House Injuries Are More Common Than You Think Bounce houses are popular features at kids parties these days, and they look like harmless fun. After all, these huge inflatables offer kids a chance to jump and flip and bounce around on a soft surface. What could go wrong? Unfortunately, bounce house injuries are actually quite common, and a lot of the time the injuries are caused by improper use (and inadequate supervision). If... ❯❯❯

A Solution to Troubles At Home

Life does not always have a happy ending. Things do not always go the way we want them to, and it does not always end up the way we plan it out. There absolutely no problem with that because that is just the way life goes. But sometimes, no matter how happy our relationships may be, it may end on a sour note with both parties not able to agree on a compromise. When this happens, especially if you have the custody of your children at... ❯❯❯

Rebuilding Your Credit Post Bankruptcy The Right Way

If you’ve filed for bankruptcy or are in the middle of this process, you’ve already gone through a very difficult season in your financial life. You may be wondering just how to move on, but you may also be confused as to how to do that when your credit has been beaten up so badly by the ordeal of bankruptcy. Chapter 7 bankruptcies wipe your financial slate completely clean, but it also stays on your credit report for 10... ❯❯❯

Is it Worth Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney?

Life is full of unpredictable events and accidents are one of them. Sadly, some accidents are so severe to cause personal injuries. When you suffer a personal injury, the reasonable thing to do is to seek medical help. What happens when you have an expensive medical bill that you can’t pay and neither can your insurance company? What about if there’s an offender who can’t own up and refuses to pay? At such times,... ❯❯❯

Tips for a Successful Road Trip

Taking a road trip is something everyone should experience at least once.  Whether it’s going from New York to South Beach for Spring break or moving from Chicago to California to pursue your acting career, travelling across state lines along with some friends or family will leave you with memories you’ll never forget.  The drive may be long and tedious at times, but road tripping is a great way to see the... ❯❯❯

5 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Car Accident Attorney

If you have recently been involved in a car accident, you’ll definitely want a car accident attorney to represent you so that you can focus on your recovery. However, with so many car accident attorneys, how do you choose the best attorney who can represent you well and get the maximum compensation for your injuries? Before helping you figure out, you need to understand that a good car accident attorney should be able to ensure... ❯❯❯

Making Child Arrangements In Court

If you are currently getting divorced from your long term partner, then the most sensitive and complicated issue that you are going to have to deal with is the impact that it is going to have on your children. In most cases of separation, the majority of parents will make their own arrangements and tackle the many questions that may arise about their children. However, should parents disagree about the future of their children then... ❯❯❯

Things to Consider When Choosing a Conveyancing Solicitor

When moving home and during the process of a property transaction, you are going to deal with multiple different professionals along the way. Your mortgage adviser or broker is going to arrange the finance for you, and your estate agent is going to deal with the sale of the property. And, to take care of all the legal requirements, you are going to need to appoint a conveyancing solicitor. But, how exactly should you choose one and... ❯❯❯

Should We Stay Together for the Kids or Divorce?

This is an age old question without a clear cut answer. The truth is that all marriages are different. So you need to find out whether the kids would actually be better off living in a home where mum and dad are in constant conflict or where they are happy but not living together. You need to answer a few questions before you take your final decision. Are there any risks involved in staying together? Kids can pick up negative habits:... ❯❯❯