Child Custody: 3 Factors That May Affect The Decision

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When it comes to divorce, child custody tends to be among the hardest part of the settlement. Couples with the most difficult relationships are able to come to agreements on property division, but when it comes to the care of their child, things can get a bit more complicated and serious. If you are filing for a divorce with children, it is important that you are familiar with the various factors that will play a role in the decision of child custody.

6 January 2020

3 Ways A Tax Advisory Service Can Help You As A Small Business Owner

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As a small business owner, you are probably keenly aware of the fact that filing your taxes is important. You may need a little bit of help along the way, though, which is what a tax advisory service is for. These are just some of the ways that a tax advisory service can help you out as a business owner. 1. Telling You What Is and Is Not Tax-Deductible As a business owner, you probably know that there are a lot of different tax deductions that you can take when you file your taxes.

3 December 2019

Limitations Of Prenuptial Agreements

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A prenuptial agreement can go a long way in helping you deal with various marital and divorce issues. However, prenuptial agreements do have their limitations. Below is an overview of such limitations. Doesn't Cover Everything A prenuptial agreement is meant to help you navigate marital responsibilities, divorce issues, and the death of a spouse. However, the agreement doesn't cover everything, which means there will still be issues you have to handle on your own or with the help of the court.

14 November 2019

Which Route Should Your Personal Injury Case Take?

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Trying to cope with injuries and everything else after an accident can be tough. Most accident victims are frustrated by the way the at-fault driver's insurance carrier is handling their claims but are not sure they need to speak to an attorney. To help you decide what to do, take a look at the below signals that will show whether or not you need legal help or not. You Might Want To At Least Speak To A Personal Injury Lawyer If:

16 October 2019

Child Support: 3 Things You Should Know About Modifying It

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If you are divorced and have custody of the kids, you may decide to ask the court for a modification of your child support at some point in life. Modifying the child support simply means changing the amount your ex-spouse is paying you, and this is not generally a simple process. If this is something you are considering, you should know the following things about this subject. You cannot simply ask for a modification whenever you feel like it

11 September 2019

Why The HOA Needs To Have An Association Attorney On Retainer

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If you are in charge of a newly developed HOA, or home owners association, you will want to consider retaining an association attorney. Even if you think that you have things under control and that the guidelines and HOA rules seem to cover everything you can think of, you are still going to want to retain an attorney. To help you understand why it is best to always have an attorney that you can reach out to on behalf of the HOA, you will want to continue reading.

7 August 2019

Tips For Vetting Expert Witness For Your Personal Injury Case

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Before you choose someone to be an expert witness for a personal injury case, you and your personal injury attorney will have to vet the person. The following are some of the tips to use for the vetting process. Scrutinize Academic Credentials In most cases, a person becomes an expert on a subject by going to school and studying the subject. Therefore, the academic credentials of your potential expert witness should be your first port of call during vetting.

4 July 2019