A Divorce Diary Can Be An Invaluable Tool For Managing Your Separation

Posted on: 10 April 2017
When you get a divorce, there are often a lot of things that must be sorted through and dealt with. Even after your divorce is finalized, there may still be issues that need to be handled and new ones will often pop up. One thing that can help you get a handle on the chaos is to keep a divorce diary. Here's more information about this useful tool. How a Divorce Diary Can Help
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Dangers Of Kitchen Table Divorce Negotiations Without Lawyers

Posted on: 15 March 2017
If you and your spouse have mutually agreed to divorce, you may be tempted to sit down with your spouse and come up with a divorce agreement without involving any professionals. Unfortunately, such kitchen table divorce negotiations often end in heartache for at least one person. Here are a few reasons you should avoid such a divorce agreement: It Can Produce Spur-Of-The-Moment Agreements Kitchen table negotiations are, by their nature, informal and friendly.
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What To Know About Getting Compensation Without Going To Court

Posted on: 8 March 2017
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

Posted on: 19 January 2017
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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