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Child Custody and What to Know about Separating Siblings

Divorce can bring a number of emotional issues to the table, and child custody can be one of the most contentious of those. Read on to learn more about a very particular aspect of child custody: separating siblings through a custody plan. Deciding Child Custody In a best-case scenario, the parents get together and decide what is best for the health and well-being of t

Workers' Compensation Claim Denied? What To Know About Appeals

It can be incredibly disappointing when you receive a denial on your workers' compensation claim. Most workers take it for granted that they will have their medical bills and some of their salary paid to them if they are in a work-related accident. The good news is that all states allow workers to participate in an appeal process. Instead of giving up, seek legal help

How A Loved One's Wrongful And Untimely Death Can Destroy Your Family's Finances

After the wrongful and untimely death of your spouse or another family member, you might be suffering in ways that you never thought were imaginable. On top of having to deal with grief that you might have never experienced before, though, you also have to worry about other impacts on you and your family. For example, your family's finances could be ruined after the l

Personal Injuries To Your Future Career

Car wrecks can have all sorts of effects on victims, and you are entitled to be compensated for all of them. One form of damage that is not often considered is that of future earnings. When an accident has caused you such severe harm that your ability to earn has been impacted, that is future earnings. Read on to learn more. Lost wages If you had to miss work because

2 Things To Do After You Have Been In A Car Accident

When you are in a car accident, you don't think that things can get much worse than the car accident you were just in. However, there is always a chance that you may end up having to go to court because of the accident, for one reason or another. If you do end up in court, you want to have as much proof for your story as possible. It's too late to do it after you have