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Category Archives: Blog

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Handling Debt During a Divorce

Your marriage has ended, and now you are waiting for the final dispensation. Although you no longer have a spouse, you have financial responsibilities. Whether or not you have joint accounts, the credit card and household bills continue arriving. You could find yourself sinking under the weight of your debt load unless you are careful. […]

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Dealing with Joint Finances After a Divorce

Going through a divorce is difficult for both parties. The dissolution of a marriage often involves a range of emotions, from anger to sadness. Because divorce is the severing of a contract, it also has a financial aspect. People who end a marriage in a community property state have to divide assets evenly. However, what […]

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How to Identify a Wrongful Death

Days can pass uneventfully, but then suddenly your life changes in a matter of minutes. A car runs a red light and crashes into another vehicle. High winds cause a construction crane to fall onto a sidewalk. A doctor prescribes medication that kills a patient. These are just some examples of wrongful death, but there […]

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The Benefits of Choosing an Uncontested Divorce

Divorce is essentially an adversarial process. Even when both parties desire the termination of their marriage, there can still be a lot of hard feelings surrounding the situations that led them to their final decision to separate. That said, most divorces do end up being uncontested – likely due to a number of advantages of […]

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Determining Fault in a Car Accident

Establishing responsibility for accidents can be difficult in a no-fault state. That’s because there’s typically no need to determine who was at fault for the accident when it comes to handling insurance claims in these states. However, that doesn’t mean drivers shouldn’t be held responsible for their negligence. To better understand how to determine driver […]

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