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  • Make Sure Your Workers' Comp Expert Witness Is Ready for a Deposition

    Your workers' compensation case will likely depend on what your expert witness says when they testify at a deposition. Therefore, both you and your workers' comp claim attorney will need to prepare the expert witness adequately for this role.  The Importance of an Expert Witness You will need help from an expert witness to lend credibility to the case you are making so that your workers' compensation claim will be approved.
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  • Parenting After Divorce: How Should Child Custody Be Decided?

    Before a divorce is final, parents of minor children are encouraged to create a plan that addresses child custody and visitation, if needed. To get an idea of what to expect and how these things are decided, read on. Forms of Custody Parents are generally free to make an agreement that best serves the needs of their child. You don't have to deprive your child of time with ether parent just because of a divorce and that is the idea behind child custody methods like bird's nesting and 50/.
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  • What Can You Do If You Can't Pay Child Support Because Of COVID-19?

    With COVID-19 shutting down the economy, many people are struggling to maintain their income or even to find work. This can in turn make it difficult or impossible to pay your child support. Here's what you can do. Know How Child Support Works The first thing you should do is to make sure you understand how child support works. It isn't just a number that a judge picks that is set in stone forever.
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  • Worried About A PPP Audit? How To Prepare For The Process

    If you took out a PPP loan for your small business, you might have heard about the recent call for government audits. The US government has begun auditing many of the businesses that received funds through the Paycheck Protection Program. The audits come as a result of reported fraud associated with the loan program. If you're worried that your business will be targeted for an audit, now's the time to prepare.
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  • Factors That Can Slow Down The Divorce Process

    Getting married can happen very quickly, sometimes only within one day, but getting divorced can take a very long time depending on how you go about it and what state you reside in. You might be wondering why your divorce is taking as long as it is. There are several issues that can delay a divorce especially if you're not working with a divorce lawyer. Mandatory Cooling Off Periods Depending on the state you reside in, there might be a mandatory cooling-off period.
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  • What Does A Probate Executor Do?

    Have you been named as the executor of a loved one's estate and are now not sure what the responsibilities are? Here is what you need to know about some of the responsibilities of a probate executor.  File The Will With The Local Court The first step will be to file the will with the local court where your loved one resided. You will also have the will admitted to probate and request to be named as the executor so that the probate case can be opened.
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  • Can You Beat A Case Before It Goes To Trial?

    For many criminal lawyers, the best strategy for beating a charge is to never let it get close to a courtroom. American criminal law places a lot of requirements on police officers and prosecutors before they can file charges and before a case goes to trial. Let's take a look at three ways you might be able to beat a case without facing a jury.  Don't Do the Cops' Jobs for Them
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  • How A Debt Relief Lawyer Can Help You

    Being under a mountain of debt is no way to go through life. If you're like most people, your debt is a constant nagging thought in the back of your mind. Maybe it even keeps you awake at night. Thankfully, you are not doomed to be saddled with debt for the rest of your life. Today, there are multiple options available for people to get out of debt and multiple programs and entities who can help you achieve this goal.
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  • What Is An Apostille And How Do You Get One?

    You might have been told that you need to get an apostille in order to apply for a job or to prove you are married outside of the country. The term might be a bit confusing to you if you haven't heard it before. It's simply a legal term meaning a form of authentication of documents to use within those countries that are included in the Hague Convention. What is an apostille and how do you get one if you need it?
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  • Hanging On To Assets And Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes referred to as a liquidation action. This can sound confusing, though, because most understand liquidation to be a business or retail issue and not connected to personal bankruptcy. Although it's far from common, consumers may be at risk of losing some of their assets in some cases. It's best to know what's in store when you file your chapter 7, so read below and learn more about who might be most at risk for losing assets when they file.
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