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Partnering Domestically: Making It Legal

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More couples than ever before are finding themselves living with each other, without the so-called “benefit” of marriage. Just because you’re forgoing the legal marriage act, however, doesn’t mean that you should proceed without any legal protection or support whatsoever. More and more states are beginning to recognize domestic partnerships as a bonafide relationship status, with the accompanying benefits. Read on to learn more about getting some recognition and getting it down on paper when it comes to your...

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Don’t Be Defenseless: What To Know About DUI Defenses

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For those who find themselves arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), you may be experiencing a mixture of feelings. Shame, fear, anger, and disgust are common, and dealing with your loved one’s reactions can only add to the confusing mixture. Relax and take a deep breath; your life is far from over. Just because you were arrested for the charge does not mean that you will be convicted and sentenced. You have a long way to go on your road to clearing your name, so keep a firm grip on your emotions. While a good defense attorney...

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3 Things You Shouldn’t Skip After A Car Accident

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Getting in a car accident can be a scary experience, and it can leave you wondering what to do. It can be easy to skip some of the important steps after an accident because you’re tired, overwhelmed, or just plain ready to go home. However, there are a few steps that you should not skip; these are three of them. 1. Filing a Police Report If the accident was not your fault, there is a chance that the other driver might ask you to exchange insurance information or might offer you cash in exchange for not calling the police. This might not...

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Two Things People Get Wrong About Emploment Lawsuits (And Why You Need A Lawyer’s Help)

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For an individual, an employment lawsuit is something that is fairly rare. Most people likely only know a small handful of people who have sued their employers if they know anyone at all. Because it’s something that most people simply don’t deal with, there’s a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to suing an employer. Here are two of the biggest things that people get wrong when it comes to an employment lawsuit. #1: An employment lawsuit is easy money If you’re going up against a multi-million or...

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Can You Sue If Your Pet Is Killed By Another Party?

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When your pet is killed through another’s negligence, you do have legal options for recovering compensation for its death. Although it is impossible to assign a monetary value to your pet’s life, you can receive compensation for damages, such as emotional distress and loss of companionship. If your pet was killed, here is what you need to know.   What Should You Do Immediately After Your Pet’s Death? Although it might be difficult to focus on taking legal action after your pet’s death, it is important that...

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3 Ways To Reduce Your Small Business Tax Burden

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Owning and operating your own small business can be an exciting way to generate the income needed to support your family. Unfortunately, many small business owners find themselves facing a significant and unexpected financial burden when filing tax documents for their business. If you are looking for a simple way to increase the profitability of your small company, reducing your tax burden could be a simple solution. Here are three ways you can reduce your small business tax burden in the future. 1. Put your family members to work. When it...

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Two Types Of Short-Term Alimony That May Be Available To You

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When judges award alimony—also called spousal support—they look at a variety of factors to determine if alimony is warranted and the amount that should be paid. One of those factors is the length of the marriage. The majority of the time, a judge will only order alimony when the couple has been married for a long time (e.g. a decade or more). However, even if you were only married for a few years, it may still be possible to get alimony from your spouse. Here are two options available to you. Rehabilitative Alimony Rehabilitative alimony is...

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Need Help With VA Claim Evidence?

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Veterans Affairs (VA) claims and appeal can be hard to file, even if you have all of the right information on hand. There are a lot of requirements for the types of evidence used, and you need to get it right the first time to avoid jumping back into paperwork queues because of long wait times after a denial. To avoid unnecessary delays, here’s a few claim system details and ways that a lawyer can help.  Getting Service-Connection Just Right The crucial point of a VA disability claim is creating a link between your injury or...

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3 Tips For Reducing Your Liability As A Motorcyclist

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As a motorcycle rider, you may be at a higher risk for having an accident and suffering serious injuries than if you were driving a car. Unfortunately, the stigma surrounding motorcyclists as being unsafe on the road can make your case more difficult to prove when you are not at fault. There are several precautions you can take to reduce your risk of serious injury and to improve the chances of proving your case when you are not at fault. Wear The Proper Helmet Wearing a helmet is a necessary part of being a responsible motorcyclist, but...

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The Probate Process In 3 Simple Steps

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Many people don’t give the probate process a second thought until it directly affects them. While the unknown can be intimidating, just like anything else, the probate process can be broken down into logical and easy to understand steps. If someone dies, probate is very likely to happen, whether the deceased had a will or not. Read on to get the process broken down into 3 simple steps. 1. The filing of the will Once the will has been located and read to any pertinent parties, it must be filed in your local county probate court. The...

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