2 Things You Can Do To Minimize Stress During A Divorce

Posted on: 29 December 2016
Going through a divorce can be incredibly stressful. It is not unusual for both spouses, as well as the children, to feel a surge of stress, experience depression, and have an overall decrease in quality of life during the divorce process. Although you cannot completely rid yourself of all of the stress during a divorce, here are some things that you can do to help to minimize it:  1. Take Care Of Your Finances
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3 Ways An Officer Can Test Your Sobriety

Posted on: 9 December 2016
If you ever get pulled over because the police officer thinks that you are driving under the influence of alcohol or other mind-altering substance, they are going to do several things. While you always have the right to refuse to do any of those things, if you do, you are probably going to end up being arrested no matter what and compelled to do other testing.  Field Sobriety Test One thing they are going to require you to do is a field sobriety test.
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3 Steps To Filing A Personal Injury Claim And Lawsuit

Posted on: 18 November 2016
If you have been in a car accident, you are probably considering filing a personal injury lawsuit. A lawsuit may be the best option for you to get what is owed you, but before you start filing lawsuits, you need to take some steps. Here are some steps that should be taken before you file a lawsuit. 1. Objectively Determine The Amount You Are Owed First, you need to go through and determine how much money you are owed because of the accident.
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Don't Go Alone: Getting Legal Support for Your Social Security Disability Appeal

Posted on: 27 October 2016
The process of applying for Social Security Disability is long and arduous, and, sometimes, after all the paperwork, anxiety, and a long wait, you end up disappointed. Getting denied benefits is quite common, but the situation is understandable when you consider how easy it is to make mistakes on your application or fail to provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) with the needed proof and documentation for your medical condition. The important point to keep in mind is that the denial should simply be considered a necessary step in the right direction.
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