Home-Related Details To Outline In Your Separation Agreement

Posted on: 28 November 2018

In a separation, it's common for one spouse to remain in the home — often with the children, if there are any — while the other finds another place to live on a temporary basis. It's a good idea for you and your spouse to meet with an attorney to write up a separation agreement. One of the many legal services that family attorneys provide is help with separation agreements. This document will outline your roles during this challenging time in your relationship.
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Pedestrian vs. Car: How Walkers Can Get Compensation After An Accident

Posted on: 17 October 2018

If you were involved in a car accident as a pedestrian, you likely sustained some injuries, even if the driver who hit you was going at a low speed. Cars have enough weight and force to cause substantial and lasting bodily damage, and you deserve compensation to help cover the financial challenges you face as a result. If you are wondering how you can begin the process of getting the compensation you need after a pedestrian accident, follow these guidelines.
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Is It Time For The Final Breakup?

Posted on: 6 September 2018

When you were newlyweds you more than likely never even imagined that you would end up getting a divorce. Now, perhaps even after seeing a marriage counselor, after consistently trying everything you could think of to save your marriage, you may have faced the sad fact that you and your spouse will soon be dissolving your marriage. Of course, you probably are facing many different emotions. On one hand, you may be profoundly sad that you weren't able to make your dreams come true.
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Three Debt-Related Tips To Remember During Divorce Proceedings

Posted on: 3 August 2018

When you're going through a divorce, it's easy to be focused on the assets that you and your spouse currently share that you'll soon be dividing. However, you should also give some thought to your collective debts. Debt might not be something that you enjoy talking about, but there's no better time to do so than now. Together with your divorce attorney, you and your spouse can go over your debt and come up with plans on how to divide it fairly.
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