When Guardianship Is Important

Posted on: 16 November 2022

Guardianship laws are very specific, and they should be thoroughly understood if you have children. Unfortunately, many parents don't realize how important guardianship declarations can be. There are a few common situations where guardianship is an important consideration, and you need to understand when guardianship might apply. Here's a look at some of the situations where you should reach out to a local guardianship attorney for help.  Are The Child's Parents Deceased?
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4 Reasons To Contact A Child Custody Lawyer If You Have A Child Custody Case

Posted on: 20 October 2022

Custody issues can be tough to deal with and may even tear your family apart. If you're like many parents, you want to be with your kids after separating from your spouse and may be willing to do whatever it takes to make that happen. If you have a physical custody case, you should contact a child custody lawyer. They'll help you navigate the legal process and ensure you get the best results.
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Personal Injury Lawyer: 3 Tips To Help You Collect Substantive Evidence

Posted on: 27 September 2022

You may sustain injuries when someone's dog attacks you or if you consume a defective product. Also, falls and slips, food poisoning, a reckless driver, a negligent nursing home, premises liability, medical malpractice, and workplace accidents could also be a cause. Of course, you would want to take a legal approach so the negligent party can compensate you. However, the legal process is usually rigorous, and you must prove they were negligent to be compensated.
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How To Get Back On Track With Estimated Taxes

Posted on: 29 August 2022

Estimated taxes are supposed to be paid ahead of tax time, but when you're dealing with rising costs and falling income, it's very easy to fall behind. And it's understandable; you have to pay rent and buy food. But making up the estimated taxes turns out to not be that easy, and you can find yourself in a spiral where, year after year, you end up adding back taxes to an ever-growing amount.
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