Law

Moving on from a Messy Divorce: The Essential Steps

Divorce is never an easy process, but it can be incredibly messy and drawn out when there are disagreements about finances, child custody, and property division. According to a report from the U.S. Census Bureau, about one-third of all first marriages end in divorce, and the average length of a divorce proceeding is about ten …

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Helping Your Child Cope Through Divorce

Marriage is a beautiful institution. But sometimes, despite best intentions, marriages don’t work out. This part is where divorce comes in. However, when a couple decides to end their marriage, it’s not only the husband and wife that are affected but their children as well. With divorce rates reaching 2.3 per 1,000 in the United States alone, …

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Self-Improvement: 3 Suggestions for a New and Better You

It’s always good when you start thinking about self-improvement. Anyone could use a little extra knowledge or skill, whether to feel better about themselves, make their résumés more attractive to employers, or simply learn something new. To support your pursuit of a new and better you, here are some suggestions you may want to consider: …

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Avoid These Types of Lawyers If You Want to Win Your Case

Hiring a lawyer for your legal dilemmas is never easy. For instance, if you’re working with a fiduciary manager for your assets and liability risks, you may also need a lawyer to help you preserve, manage, and transfer your private wealth. Since your financial assets are a very private matter, you want to work with the …

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Police and First Aid: Are They Trained and Equipped to Administer First Aid During Emergencies?

One of today’s controversial issues includes police officers shooting unarmed civilians and not rendering first aid on the scene. Most of the time, footages show police officers in question standing back as the man they shot lies on the ground with injuries. The police officers would scout the area and call an emergency medical team instead of …

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White-collar Crimes and What Businesses Do to Prevent Them

Business owners have a lot to worry about: budgets, taxes, customers, employment, and marketing, among other things. When it comes to business losses, business owners may think about crimes like robberies, shoplifting, and other similar acts. However, what they don’t consider is that employees can sometimes be the perpetrators of these acts. These crimes, often …

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Justice

Force Majeure: The Legal World’s

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is all-encompassing. It’s not only affecting millions and millions of people’s health but also their economic standing. During the outbreak of the disease, establishments closed, causing people to be laid off at work. Small businesses have also filed their closure, as they are unable to cope with commercial rent …

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Common Myths About Wrongful Termination

When an employee believes the circumstances of their firing from the company are unlawful or illegal, that employee may file a wrongful termination lawsuit. These claims typically involve the violation of federal or state laws, including anti-discrimination laws, labor laws, whistleblower laws, or even employment contracts. These claims may also result from the employee’s belief they …

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