Family law

Wage Garnishment – Exposing the Myths and Discovering the Facts About Exactly What Can Happen
Family law

Wage Garnishment – Exposing the Myths and Discovering the Facts About Exactly What Can Happen

Wage garnishment is one of the most frightening and life-disrupting things that can happen to someone. You make plans for the money you earn and suddenly find that you are not going to be getting nearly as much in your paycheck as you thought. And that lower paycheck is going to be your reality for, […]

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How The Hell Can You Change Your Divorce Situation?
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How The Hell Can You Change Your Divorce Situation?

I was consumed with frustration and anger. With accusations, disrespect, and disdain constantly coming at me from the ex, all I could think about was how unreasonable she was being and how she was making the entire situation much worse than it needed to be. She refused to listen, was always angry at me, and […]

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Divorce Recovery Mindset Choice No. 2: Divorce Recovery – A Problem to Solve or a Person to Punish?
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Divorce Recovery Mindset Choice No. 2: Divorce Recovery – A Problem to Solve or a Person to Punish?

You Hurt Me, So I’ll Hurt You Back. We all get hurt during divorce. Therefore, it is quite normal for you to want to strike out in anger at your ex for all the pain you suffered. This can be done in a myriad of ways. You can attack your ex verbally. You can tell […]

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9 Questions To Ask Before Marriage To Reduce The Risk Of Divorce
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9 Questions To Ask Before Marriage To Reduce The Risk Of Divorce

Love with your heart, but think with your mind and keep your eyes open love was never meant to be blind and foolish. Let’s get into the most important 9 questions you need to ask before you walk down the aisle. 1. What does marriage mean to you and your fiancé? This question helps you […]

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The Best Way to Save Your Marriage Is To Catch the Early Signs Of Decay!
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The Best Way to Save Your Marriage Is To Catch the Early Signs Of Decay!

Marriage is somewhat like a pot of milk permanently on the boil. Any minute it can spill if you do not keep a watch. Therefore to save your marriage, never allow the milk pot to overflow. In other words, remain alert all the time to catch the early signs of decay. Or else, it might […]

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5 Things You Should Know About Child Support
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5 Things You Should Know About Child Support

When your marriage ends, and you had children, you should remember that the lives of the children have to go on. To give them the lives they deserve you need to pay child support to the custodial parent. If you are going through a divorce here are a few things you should know about child […]

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How to Cope After Losing a Child Custody Case
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How to Cope After Losing a Child Custody Case

Losing a child custody case may seem to you like losing your child forever. You may just be beginning to realize that you won’t be able to be with your child the way you want to be since legal restrictions will get in the way. Who can blame the parent who has lost a custody […]

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What Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?
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What Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

The answer to this question is highly subjective – it’s based upon your unique set of circumstances. Let’s take a look at some of the applicable factors. Economic Damages Economic damages, also called special damages, refer to clear, calculable losses/expenses that have resulted from your accident and subsequent injuries. Current and future medical bills: Expenses […]

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