• 5 Common Reasons You Could Be Denied SSDI Or SSI Benefits

    For anyone in need of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, getting a rejection letter in the mail can be a deflating experience. But chances are you're not the only one - upwards to 65 percent of claims for SSDI and SSI are denied at the initial phase. There are plenty of reasons why your initial application for SSDI or SSI disability benefits could be denied, as explained below.
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  • What to Do Before Filing For Divorce to Protect Your Financial Interests

    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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  • Personal Injury Accidents: 3 Types Of Evidence That Can Prove Emotional Damage To Relationships

    It's unfortunate, but an accident does not only inflict physical injuries. More often than not, it also inflicts emotional distress and even emotional damage to one's relationships. If your relationships have suffered as a result of you getting into an accident, you might be able to seek compensation through non-economic damage claims. It's difficult to put a price tag on emotional distress, and it's also difficult to prove without a doubt that the accident has caused damage to your relationships.
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