3 Reasons To Consider Changing Your Custody Agreement

Posted on: 24 June 2017

If you currently have joint custody of your children and there has been a change in circumstances, you may be wondering if it's time to amend your custody agreement. After all, sometimes changes can adversely affect your children. Here are three examples of when it may be appropriate to consider changes in your custody agreement. The other parent has lost their job If the other parent has lost their job, you may be concerned about their ability to keep a roof over your children's heads.
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What to Do Before Filing For Divorce to Protect Your Financial Interests

Posted on: 20 June 2017

Divorce can get ugly, especially when it comes to money. While it's true that there are penalties for hiding assets in divorce proceedings, sometimes that doesn't stop a spouse who doesn't agree with getting a divorce from being spiteful. If you are contemplating getting a divorce from your spouse and you already know that doing so would start the mother of all legal battles, there are several important things to do before filing for divorce to protect the marital assets.
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The Complexities Of A Dog Bite Personal Injury Case With The Chow

Posted on: 16 June 2017

Personal injury cases with dog bites can be a very harrowing and difficult type to pursue. This is especially true if the bite was caused by a small and non-threatening dog, like a chow. That's why it is important to understand these cases and who to pursue them properly. Chows Can Be Surprisingly Dangerous Chows may not seem like a vary dangerous dog breed, but it is the second most dangerous dog in the country when measured by bite frequency.
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Protecting Financial Assets After A Parent Passes Away

Posted on: 14 June 2017

If you recently experienced the tragic event in losing your only living parent, and you are the executor of their estate, you are most likely going through a range of emotions and uncertainties regarding the financial aspects of their property. There are several steps you need to take to aid in protecting your parent's assets. Here are some tasks it is necessary to take right way to ensure your parent's financial information and asset distribution is done with as little difficulty as possible.
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