How Your Previous Car Accident May Be Used Against Your Personal Injury Claim

Posted on: 21 March 2017

If you were previously involved in a car accident during your lifetime, that information may be used against you by the defendant should you decide to file a personal injury claim in relation to the car accident that you are currently involved in. Here are the two most common ways that the insurance company and/or the defendant may try to use your previous car accident against you. #1 Preexisting Injuries
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Tips For Winning Custody Despite Having A Disability

Posted on: 10 March 2017

If you should get a divorce and have children, you are likely going to want to take custody of your children. However, if you have a disability, you might worry that you are going to be considered to be less fit. The courts might worry that you are not going to be able to physically prevent a child from running into the street if you are in a wheelchair or that you won't wake up to help a child if you have a narcolepsy.
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What Happens To Your Residual Income After Your Death?

Posted on: 3 May 2016

The recent untimely death of pop superstar Prince -- reportedly without a will in place to govern the ownership and use of a "vault" of unreleased recordings -- has illustrated a problem that affects far too many families. In fact, the majority of adults with children die without a will, often leaving a legal and logistical mess behind them as grieving family members struggle to piece together the financial puzzle. And dying with a source of residual income (like book or music royalties, a patented product, or certain types of small businesses) can become even more complex.
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What Happens When A Spouse Dies During A Divorce?

Posted on: 4 December 2015

It's not unusual for separating spouses to wish the other person would just drop dead, especially if the divorce is acrimonious. What would happen, though, if one spouse actually did die during the proceedings? While it may immediately resolve some issues such as child custody, the death of a spouse could complicate other matters. Here's what you need to know to be prepared if your spouse dies during your separation.
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