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Things You Should Not Do Before Filing A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case

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If you are considering whether or not you want to file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, then it is vital that you know about the many things you should not do prior to filing. Just as there are many actions that you should take before deciding to file your case, there are also many things you should not do to protect yourself during the bankruptcy process, such as each of the following: Read More»

Can You Collect Social Security For Diabetes?

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If you are suffering from the many symptoms of diabetes, you may be finding it more and more difficult to work at your job. Diabetes can affect nearly every part of your body; it’s not just one disorder. Social Security is meant to provide some financial relief for those unable to work at their jobs, but you must have a qualifying medical condition that is affecting you in a major way. Read More»

Discrimination Happens: Your Rights As An Employee In The Workplace

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When you are an employee at will, this means that your employer can let you go for no reason at all. Montana is the only state in which you can’t be fired without a reason after your probationary period is over. While you may be employed at will, this does not mean you have to tolerate discrimination or harassment in the work place. You also can’t be fired because you have brought up your concerns, as long as you follow the proper channels. Read More»

Limitations Of Virtual Visitation

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Some states have formally recognized child virtual visitation, which refers to visitation via electronic means. It does have its benefits, chief of which is that a parent doesn’t have to miss visitation with their child just because they live far away.  However, it does have its limitations, which include these three: Parents May Use It to Substitute Face-To-Face Visitation Virtual visitation is good, but it isn’t ideal and shouldn’t replace face-to-face visitation. Read More»

Dealing With Divorce: Using An Evaluator For Child Custody Arrangements

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After a divorce, one of the first priorities is to arrange child custody. While many parents can make these arrangements on their own, there are times when the court has to get involved, particularly when former couples cannot work together to make a decision. However, staying out of court as much as possible is ideal for the kids. An alternative to court is working through an arrangement using a child custody evaluator. Read More»