Struggling With Credit Card Debt? 3 Ways A Lawyer Can Help

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Credit card debt is something that many Americans have. In fact, the average American household has credit card debt balances that average out at $16,883. The problem is that some people struggle to pay off this debt and end up paying thousands of dollars in interest. Falling behind on credit card debt and failing to make payments can also have disastrous impacts on a person's financial health. For those who are struggling with their credit card debt, a credit card debt lawyer may be able to help.

13 November 2017

Heading To The Amusement Park During Vacation? 4 Steps To Take If Your Day Of Fun Results In Injuries

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Amusement parks are a fun and exciting way to get some family time in during the holidays. If you and your family plan on hitting an amusement park during the holidays this year, take some precautions to keep yourselves safe. The holidays are among the busiest times for most amusement parks, which means the possibility for injuries increases. The most important thing you can do is be aware of your surroundings at all times.

18 October 2017

A Couple Of Custody Dispute Questions You Might Benefit From Having Answered

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Going through a custody dispute with your former spouse can be an extremely emotionally charged experience for you to have to handle. Unfortunately, a lack of knowledge will make it far more difficult to make wise choices when it concerns protecting your rights when it comes to these disputes. Do You Have Options If The Other Parent Denies You Visitation? As part of your divorce proceeding, the rights and privileges for each parent will be clearly outlined.

25 February 2017

How Children Can Testify During Custody Cases

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Children don't normally testify during custody hearings; testifying in court can frighten children and affect them psychologically. However, children can sometimes contribute to the case by providing factual testimony or stating their custodial preferences. When they do, they don't have to testify in open court, but rather via various other ways, including these three: Testifying In the Judge's Chamber Even if the child has to speak directly to the judge, it's not must that they do it in court.

10 February 2017

Things To Know When Your Child Is Involved In Another Driver's Car Accident

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Finding out that your child was part of a car accident is a tough situation to be in. There are a few things that you will need to do to ensure your child gets great medical care and that you are treated fairly in the legal proceedings. Upfront Communication Is Always a Good Idea You may be very angry at the driver who involved your child in a car accident, but keeping open lines of communication is in your best interest and your child's.

29 December 2016

Who Pays College Tuition After The Parents Divorce?

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Part of your divorce settlement talks will undoubtedly include future financial support for shared children. Even if college is years away, you and your spouse should at least lay the groundwork for handling the tuition and other education-related expenses. To help you and your spouse create an agreement that works for you, there are several factors you should consider.   Custody  When your children apply for financial aid to help cover the costs of college, they will need to provide income information for the custodial parent.

8 December 2016

The Burden Of Proof In A Wrongful Death Suit

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Losing a loved one is never easy, but the burden you feel can be increased when your loved one's death comes as a result of the negligent actions of another. Many people seek legal retribution through the filing of a wrongful death suit when they lose a loved one unexpectedly. If you are thinking of filing a wrongful death suit, it's important that you understand the burden of proof that must be met in order to access financial compensation for the death of your loved one.

17 November 2016