Divorce Tips When You've Already Moved On

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When you're in the process of getting divorced, you'll want everything to proceed as smoothly as possible. Unnecessary disagreements can lead to drawn out battles that will only cost more money or even hurt those caught in the middle. Theoretically, it should be easier to get divorced once you've moved on. You should be able to make decisions that are rational and not emotional. However, if you don't know how to navigate this period, it's still possible to make certain mistakes.

4 September 2018

Pros And Cons Of Living In An Extended Stay Hotel During A Divorce

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It's common for one spouse to leave the family home during a divorce. Because it may take some time until he or she can get a permanent place to live, this spouse may reside in an extendedvstay hotel for a period of weeks. If you're in this position and you have children, your kids may frequently visit you in your hotel. (Even if the local family court hasn't ruled on custody, your spouse and you may decide that sharing custody is suitable in this situation.

29 July 2018

Why Your Employer May Be Legally Able To Fire You After A Work Injury

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If you file a worker's compensation claim after a workplace injury, your employer is not allowed to retaliate by terminating your employment. However, there are also cases where your employer may be legally able to fire you. Here are some of those cases: You Are Unable To Return To Work Your employer is not obligated to retain you if you are unable to work; in such a case, the employer is legally allowed to let you go.

26 April 2018

Four Situations In Which Divorce Litigation Makes Sense

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Settling your divorce outside of the courtroom is always touted as the best way to go, and this is true because it reduces the divorce costs. However, there are times when your efforts to settle your divorce outside of the courtroom may not work and you have no option but to litigate it. Here are a few examples of such situations: 1. You Can't Agree On Important Issues A typical divorce negotiation will have multiple items on the agenda, but some of them will be more important to you than others.

25 March 2018

Further Protect Your Assets With Federal Non-Bankruptcy Exemptions

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When you file for bankruptcy, you are entitled to a number of official state or federal exemptions you can use to prevent the court from taking certain money and property. In New Hampshire, for instance, you can keep up to $5,000 from the proceeds of a homeowner's insurance claim. However, there are also a few unofficial exemptions you may qualify for that can protect even more of your assets. Here's what they are and the qualification requirements.

26 February 2018

What To Do If You Suffered A Burn Injury

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Have you found yourself injured due to a burn? If so, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries. These injuries happen quickly and can take years to fully recover. That is why it helps to know what to do if you suffered a burn injury. Know What Is Considered a Burn Injury When people think of a burn injury, they may assume that it can only be a situation where their skin if physically burned due to an open flame, hot liquid, or steam.

24 January 2018

5 Faqs Regarding Social Security Disability Benefits

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If you are recently disabled, you are likely interested in learning more about Social Security Disability benefits through the government. With these benefits, you can continue to support yourself and your family even when you are unable to work. If you plan on applying, check out these five frequently asked questions about Social Security Disability benefits. How Long Must Your Disability Last? Social Security Disability is for long-term disabilities, which means your doctor needs to prove you are going to be unable to work for at least a year.

21 December 2017