• What To Know About Getting Compensation Without Going To Court


    The time-line between getting injured in an accident and getting a successful judgment in court can be a long one. Taking a personal injury case to court involves a process, and this process can be interrupted by frequent delays, postponements, and continuances. Don't think for a minute that you have reached the end of your claim when your day in court finally comes; you are just beginning another section of the process.
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  • The Moth Effect -- The Frightening Draw Of Emergency Lights For Other Vehicles


    It happens with surprising and frightening frequency. It is night. And a car has broken down on the shoulder or has pulled over due to poor driving conditions. Its flashers are on to alert other vehicles. In some cases, a police officer may already be on the scene with its lights turned on. Everyone believes they have done what they can to alert other drivers that there is a vehicle stopped on the side of the road.
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  • What Type of Probate Help Do You Need?


    If you have been named as the personal representative, administrator, or the executor of an estate that has to go through probate, you may find yourself in need of a probate attorney. While this is not required by law, it is often a good investment of time and financial resources to ensure that things are done right. The type of help you need will help to dictate the skill set of the attorney you are looking for.
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  • When Might Foster-To-Adoption Be The Right Choice For Your Family?


    If you've always dreamed of having a larger family but have found that biology doesn't always allow these dreams to come true, you may be wondering about your next steps. Both in vitro fertilization and international adoption can be expensive, and you may worry that you'll still be left with empty arms despite spending tens of thousands of dollars. However, one less expensive alternative may offer you the chance to make a difference in the lives of multiple children while opening your home to the child who could legally become your own.
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  • 3 Things You Need To Know About Dating During A Divorce


    Some divorces move so quickly that they're over with before you've had time to fully process. Others, however, can drag on for what seems like forever. If yours is the latter type of divorce, you may be wondering how long you have before it's OK to begin a relationship with someone new. You may even have a specific someone new in mind. It's understandable that after a long period of separation from someone that you don't intend to get back together with anyway, you may feel ready to move on.
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