Daily Archives April 5, 2015

Selecting a Divorce Attorney

Selecting a Divorce Attorney

by: Jean Mahserjian

Selecting a divorce attorney is a critical decision making process. The person who you hire will be responsible for obtaining or maintaining your custody rights to your children, your property interests, and depending upon the side you are one, either minimizing or maximizing your support rights.
In reality, selecting a divorce attorney is also an incredibly stressful experience. Do it right and you can breath easy. Do it wrong and you will spend years making up for losses that might have been prevented.
There are a few tried and true tactics that you should be using when you select a divorce attorney. Before you even begin, you need to identify the type of case that you will be involved in...

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How to Select a Divorce Lawyer

How to Select a Divorce Lawyer

by: Scott Morgan

Selecting a divorce lawyer to handle your family law case is a very important decision. The following are a few important criteria to help in finding the right divorce lawyer.
Experience and Focus
Any divorce lawyer you consider should have substantial experience in handling divorce cases in your location. An experienced divorce lawyer will know the tendencies of the various judges in your jurisdiction and should be able to use this knowledge to your advantage. Additionally, that lawyer should practice primarily in the field of divorce law. Often people will hire a lawyer who practices primarily in some other area, thinking that any lawyer will do...

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Stop Collection Agency Harassment

Stop Collection Agency Harassment

by: Susan Chana Lask, Esq.

Owing a debt does not automatically subject you to harrassing, threatening and other inappropriate collection agency behavior. Some collection agencies go too far with what I call “renegade collectors” they will repeatedly call you at your home and/or business, threaten to send a marshall over to serve you with lawsuit papers or send intimidating letters, appearing to come from an attorney or law firm, stating that you will lose your car, wages and other property if you do not pay your debt! It does not matter that you failed to pay a debt or that you can not afford to pay your debt at this time no one should intimidate, threaten or harrass you or coerce you to give out personal or financial information...

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Divorce Online Sevice. Why Should We Lose Money An

Divorce Online Sevice. Why Should We Lose Money And Time Applying For Divorce?

by: James Wood

Attempts to use the worldwide Web as an effective means of struggle against bureaucracy are undertaken constantly and sometimes successfully. Today it is possible to fill in a tax declaration, apply for bankruptcy or to receive a legal consultation. And lately there are sites offering online divorce services.
It is usually easier to marry than to divorce, especially if the spouses who wish to do so must divide their common property as well.
Divorce is extremely difficult business in rich families. For wealthy Americans in this case, it is accepted that the former husband or wife may pay rather large sums of money for the divorce process...

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Facts On Worker’s Compensation Coverage

Facts On Worker’s Compensation Coverage

by: Jinky C. Mesias

Most people work not because they like the job but because of the compensation that goes with the job. The amount of compensation is also covered by state laws. Individual states have its own worker’s compensation laws that handle various claims from employees who are either harass or injured in their jobs. The law calls for a strict liability in terms of the fault as well as the negligence committed by the employers to be established before a claim for benefits can be brought out in court. Likewise, the law also stipulates that the injury or illness has to be acquired during the time of employment, such is required in order for the worker’s compensation system to give benefits to the injured worker...

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