The 4 Criteria Lawyers Use To Determine If You Have A Medical Malpractice Case

Posted on: 15 May 2019
Determining if you have a medical malpractice can be tricky, which is why many attorneys have a criteria they depend on when determining if a case meets the standards for medical malpractice. #1 Did the Doctor Perform Their Duty? The first thing that your lawyer has to look at is if your doctor performed their duty. Based on the condition that you had, did the doctor do what they should have done for you?
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How A Family Law Attorney Helps You Through A Divorce

Posted on: 17 April 2019
When you have made the decision to divorce your spouse, a family law attorney is going to make the process easier. Even if you and your spouse are on good terms, the division of property can cause the two of you to start arguing. If you have children, dividing up parenting time often causes some stress as well. While you can file for a divorce and set up a temporary parenting schedule, you shouldn't sign anything that is permanent without having an attorney look it over for you.
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Getting a Second Job When You Are on a Work Visa

Posted on: 4 March 2019
Getting a job as an immigrant will often require having to apply for a visa. The company that you are hired for may have to sponsor your visa in order for you to be in the country legally. Once you have a work visa through your company, you will legally be able to begin working and making money within the country. One problem that you may discover after having dealt with your employment visa is that you do not make enough on your first job to sustain your living situation.
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Expunging A Criminal Record: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 31 January 2019
If you have a criminal conviction on your record, you may have experienced first-hand what an impact this can have on your life. For employers who run background checks, for instance, you may have a harder time finding a job. One option you may want to look into is that of having your criminal record expunged, which essentially allows your criminal conviction to be sealed off from public record. This can make it easier to secure employment or even get approved to lease an apartment.
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