What To Do After An Accident When You Suspect The Driver Was Drunk

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Getting into a car accident is always a bad thing to go through, but it can be even worse when the other driver was drunk when the collision took place. If you are in an accident with someone that you suspect is drunk, it is important to take the right steps right after the accident occurred, and here are several things to understand about this. Tell the police right away

28 May 2019

4 Benefits That Come With Incorporating Your Start-Up

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When you start a business, make sure you don't skip over the legal side of things. You need to make sure you set up the legal structure of your business in a way that protects your business. One way to protect your start-up is by incorporating it. Incorporating your business will help protect your brand, increase the authority of your business names, protect your personal assets, and ensure the longevity of your new business,

21 April 2019

Useful Services an Attorney Can Provide After a Severe Slip and Fall Accident

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No one ever wants to slip and fall on a commercial property. It's embarrassing and can be extremely painful. If you suffer one of these accidents on the account of negligence, then you need to hire a slip and fall accident attorney immediately. They'll manage your case by providing the following services.  Initial Case Analysis  Before you ever pursue legal action against a property owner for a slip and fall accident, you first need to assess the strength of your case.

26 March 2019

2 Emotional Mistakes To Avoid When Seeking Custody Of Your Child During Divorce Proceedings

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If you are going through a divorce and a child is involved, you may be trying to obtain either sole or joint custody rights. However, you may be worried that your emotions may get the better of you during this difficult time. If so, try to avoid the following emotional mistakes while you are seeking custody of your child during a divorce. 1. Talking Bad About the Other Parent Whether or not you wanted the divorce, you may be harboring resentment and anger toward your spouse.

18 February 2019

Time to Help the Community? 4 Ways to Secure Funding for Your New Nonprofit

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Starting a nonprofit organization is a great way to help the community. However, it's not always easy to get the funding you need to get your nonprofit off the ground—or to keep it afloat once it is up and running. Unfortunately, lack of funding can put a lot of beneficial nonprofits out of business before there's an opportunity to do any good. Here are four steps you can take to get the funding you need for your nonprofit.

10 January 2019

3 Things To Understand About Alimony

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When you and your spouse decide to call it quits, you may wonder if you could request alimony payments from your spouse? Alimony is something that is above and beyond child support payments, and it is a totally different type of payment, and here are three important things you should understand about alimony if you are thinking about requesting it. Every state has different rules The first thing to understand is that the rules and laws relating to alimony are set by the states.

3 December 2018

How to Avoid Contact with Your Ex-Spouse During a Divorce

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Once the process of getting a divorce is already underway, it's usually a good idea to limit the amount of contact you have with your soon-to-be ex-spouse. Frequent contact during this period is the perfect opportunity for either of you to say or do something that will make matters considerably worse due to the complex emotions that surround a divorce. However, avoiding contact is easier said than done. You and your spouse may have adopted similar routines or even frequent the same places.

22 October 2018