2019

  • Why Does Social Security Ask About Your Work History When You File For Disability?

    The application process for Social Security Disability benefits can seem daunting -- and just when you think you've finished all the forms, more start coming in the mail. One of those forms asks about your prior work history, in detail, over the last ten years of your life prior to becoming disabled. Why does any of it matter? Here's what's happening and why you have to be both careful and specific when answering the Social Security Administration's (SSA) questions about your past jobs:
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  • Locked in a Legal Dispute? The Benefits of Using an Alternative Dispute Resolution Service

    Being locked in a legal dispute can be stressful. You may not know what the outcome is going to be or when the case will be going to trial, and the entire process can be costing you money in legal fees. One of the alternatives to waiting for your case to go to trial is to use an alternative dispute resolution service. An alternative dispute resolution service offers mediation services to help you and the other party come to a resolution.
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  • What If A Parent Violates A Parenting Plan?

    Putting together a parenting plan is a beneficial way to improve your parenting relationship. When you put together a parenting plan, both of you agree to specific terms. You agree to participate in getting your child where he or she needs to be or ensure that you are abiding by rules put forth by the judge. Are you afraid you may have violated your parenting plan? Did your child's other parent violate the plan?
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  • Should You Find An Attorney After A Vehicular Accident?

    Have you recently been involved in an accident on the road? If the answer to that question is yes, then you may need to see an attorney. In fact, seeing an attorney to talk about what happened and to determine if any action needs to be taken is never a bad idea. However, there are some instances in which you most definitely should not skip out on this step. If You Had to Head to the Hospital
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