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How Can Mediation Be Used In Family Law?

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If you are dealing with a family law type of situation, then you might assume that you need to hire an attorney to help you with your case. It’s true that some family law cases are best handled with the help of an attorney. However, mediation – which involves working with a third-party, neutral mediator and the other person or people who are involved in your case – can sometimes work out well in family law cases.…

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Why Did Your ERISA Disability Claim Get Denied?

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When you signed up for your long-term disability plan from your employer, you expected it to be there for you if you got sick or hurt. Now that the worst has come about, you were relying on that disability plan to provide you with the income you need to keep your family going—but your claim was denied. What happened? Most long-term disability policies are governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, known as ERISA.…

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Tips To Get You Started With Immigrating To The United States

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So you’re finally ready to follow your lifelong dream of coming to the United States. Whether you are looking to reunite with family or start a new career, endless adventure awaits. But before any of that can happen, you will, of course, have to make sure you can actually get through immigration, and that could be easier said than done, especially if you are coming from a country where citizens have a harder time of immigrating.…

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STO Attorneys: ICO Validation And STO Protection

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The current volatility in the currency exchange market has made investing in cryptocurrency a common investment strategy. Cryptocurrencies, however, are a little like ships in international waters: the rules and regulations governing them can be confusing. ICO and STO attorneys can help you securely manage your cryptocurrency investments to make sure you stay legal and safe. ICO Validation An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is akin to buying equity in a company before it goes public.…

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Can You Avoid Parental Alienation?

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Have you heard of parental alienation? If you have an impending divorce, you might worry that you might accidentally alienate your child’s other parent. Parental alienation involves damage and destruction to an otherwise loving relationship between parent and child. Keep in mind that parental alienation does not apply to cases involving abuse and neglect. If you have been abused or neglected, you may request an order of protection or restraining order that will help you and your child stay safe.…

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Is Family Therapy During Divorce A Good Idea?

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Family therapy serves an important purpose. If you are thinking about divorcing your partner, you might wonder if it is the right choice. You might also wonder if your marriage could be saved with family therapy. You may even see how therapy can help you with the legal proceedings involved. No matter why you are considering the service, it may help you to consider visiting a professional therapist to address some of your family’s issues.…

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Party Not Go As Planned? What To Do If You're The Victim Of A Physical Assault

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When you go to a party, you don’t expect to become the victim of an assault. Unfortunately, when violence erupts, you can’t always protect yourself against injuries. If you’ve been the victim of an assault, you need to act fast to protect your rights. Here are four steps you need to take right away if you’ve sustained injuries in an assault.  File a Police Report If you’re the victim of assault, the first thing you must do is file a police report.…

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See A Lawyer About Defamation Of Character

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Defamation of character is something that has taken place when a person makes false statements about another person or even a business and those things are said in an environment where they can be heard (or seen) and lead to harm to a person or business’s reputation. The statements can be said verbally, or they may be written on any type of medium where others would be able to view it.…

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What Should You Know About a Sentencing Hearing for a Criminal Case?

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A criminal case does not get settled overnight. In fact, if you are facing charges, you will likely spend the next few months in and out of court attending hearings for the case. Typically, the case will end with a hearing known as sentencing. This is the final hearing you will likely have to be present at, and this hearing is designed for several different things. You will already know the verdict…

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What To Do After A Car Accident Traumatic Brain Injury

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A vehicle accident is one common cause of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). During an accident, a TBI occurs when the skull is hit with such force that it’s fractured, punctured, or otherwise severely injured. If you or a loved one experiences a TBI as a result of a vehicular accident, here are a couple things you need to do to promote recovery and ensure you receive the necessary compensation to cover expenses and income loss related to the injury.…

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