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Meeting Divorce Residency Requirements

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If it’s time for you and your spouse to split up, where you get divorced might be a factor. You should be divorced in the state where you live, but states have different rules and there are some unique situations that might call for complications. Read on to learn more about meeting residency requirements for divorce. State Residency Requirements Almost all states require that you reside in the state for a certain period of time before you can call yourself a legal resident.…

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Confidently Facing Your Independent Medical Exam

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When a work-related injury puts you on bed rest instead of on the job, you will begin to appreciate the value of your workers’ compensation insurance. This employer-provided insurance coverage allows hurt workers to take it easy and allow their injuries to heal while they earn a partial wage. In some cases, the status of your injury deserves further investigation and an independent medical exam (IME) is ordered. The way you handle this medical exam can have a major bearing on the way your benefits continue, so read on to learn more.…

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Injured At Work? Tips To Help You Avoid Issues With Your Workers Compensation

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If you’ve been injured at work, and have filed for workers compensation benefits, take care to avoid causing problems for yourself. Even the smallest mistake could interfere with your claim. The insurance company will be looking for a way to minimize the claim and reduce the amount of compensation you receive for your injuries. Here are some helpful tips that will reduce your risk of costly mistakes. Watch What You Say About Your Injuries…

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Effectively Handling Custody Disputes

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Divorcing a partner when you have children can be a stressful experience, as you may not be sure what to expect or how to protect your rights. This can put well-meaning parents in a difficult – or even impossible – situation to manage. Becoming informed about the steps and strategies that parents can take will make it easier to address the types of problems and conflicts that you can expect.…

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Three Important Rules Governing Social Security Disability Claims

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Being left without the ability to earn a living due to a medically determinable impairment can be challenging. Those who have sustained an injury or developed an illness that prevents them from working can find it difficult to generate enough cash to make ends meet. Social Security Disability benefits are available to offer assistance to individuals in these situations. It’s important that you clearly understand the rules governing disability claims if you hope to successfully file for benefits in the future.…

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3 Leading Causes Of Motorcycle Accidents And How You Can Sue

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Motorcycle accidents are deadly serious business. So much so, in fact, that every motorcycle accident lawyer has a thriving practice from the number of riders that are injured every year. If you are a motorcycle owner and rider, you may want to prepare yourself for some startling incidents involving motorcycles. These three causes of motorcycle accidents, and how you can sue the other drivers or riders, will leave you with heart palpitations.…

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Post Divorce Tips For You And Your Family

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Your divorce can seem like it’s never ending. No matter what type of divorce you had, it may feel like every time you turn around you have to deal with your ex. If your divorce is over, read on for tips to help you get your life back after your divorce. Keep Communication Calm If every time you talk to your ex you end up arguing, you may want to communicate via e-mail or text message, or even through your attorneys.…

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The Social Security Appeals Process In A Nutshell

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No matter how disabled you might be, the chances of getting bad news from the Social Security Administration (SSA) is high. When you can no longer work at your job because of a medical condition, it can be tough to find that denial letter in your mailbox, but you are far from alone. You must realize that the SSA has extremely high standards for every aspect of your application process and it’s far too easy to end up having your claim rejected.…

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It's Never Too Soon: Divorce And Retirement Strategies

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As you may have heard, retirement planning and actions should start early on and the sooner the better. The divorce experience can signal a major change in your financial situation and keeping an eye on the issue of retirement needs during this time is smart. There are two divorce-related financial moves that could end up impacting your retirement planning in a big way. Read on for some thoughts on some divorce and retirement moves that are better to make now rather than later.…

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Swimming Pool Liability: Injuries That Count And Those That Don't

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If you have been injured in a swimming pool, the exact cause of your accident is of the things that determine whether you can hold the management liable for your injuries. As a rule, your chances of recovery are low if you have been injured by an obvious risk that anyone would see. Here are a few examples of such obvious risks. Drowning Due To Lack of Swimming Skills  Everyone knows or should know that swimming is a learned skill; you can easily drown if you don’t have the skill because people can’t breathe underwater.…

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