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Did You Slap The Phone Out Of Somebody's Hand During An Argument? You May Need An Assault Defense

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Arguments often go in very strange and violent directions. One of the worst places they can go is towards physical assault. And, oddly enough, slapping the phone out of a person’s hand to get them to focus on you during an argument may be assault. That said, you may still be able to frame a plausible defense against it. Assault Has Many Definitions Assault is not limited in its scope to just serious physical acts. Read More»

Fighting Child Custody Battles On A Budget

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When you are on a budget, you may be intimidated by the prospect of entering into a child custody battle with the fear that such a battle could be very expensive and unwinnable depending on your financial means. However, a child custody battle is not always necessarily very expensive and there are ways you can even receive assistance. Common Legal Expenses Whether or not your child custody case will be expensive depends on the type of custody case you will be fighting. Read More»

Myths Surrounding Private Disability Insurance And The Truth Surrounding Those Myths

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No one plans on becoming temporarily or permanently disabled. However, people get injured in car accidents, develop serious illnesses, or have to undergo surgical procedures which leave them either temporarily unable to work or permanently unable to work. A private disability insurance plan can help to cover your lost income if you find yourself in this situation. Unfortunately, there are many myths out there surrounding private disability insurance, and people are deterred from buying because of these myths. Read More»

Putting Children First: Understanding The Importance Of Child Support

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Most parents have more than just a passing worry when it comes to how a divorce might affect their children. The law backs parents up on that issue, and in fact, the family courts place the health and well-being of minor children above almost everything else. When it comes to child support, the courts have set guidelines to follow and punishments for those who fail to do so. Read on to learn more. Read More»

Denied Your Social Security? Getting Legal Help Affordably

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If you are like most, you’ve noticed the ads for Social Security lawyers who promise to help you get benefits at no cost, and you may have wondered how that is possible. The answer is that the services are not technically free of charge, but the contingency fee agreement is an awesome service for those who need it. Read on to learn more. Why You Need Help It can be devastating news to get; after all the waiting the Social Security Administration (SSA) has denied you your benefits. Read More»

How Courts Handle Complications With Religious Issues After Divorce

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Religion may be a non-issue for some divorcing parents while, for others, it is a big part of life that cannot be ignored. If you are in the latter category, then you may have a complication in your hand if you and your spouse subscribe to different religions or one of you doesn’t believe in any religion. Ideally, you should sit down with your partner to decide which religious upbringing is best for your child or whether to align them with any religion at all. Read More»

Understanding The Primary Role Of A Court-Appointed Child Advocate In A Legal Proceeding

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When children become involved in a legal battle, whether it is two parents fighting for custody or a criminal case in which a child is involved, it is common practice for the court to bring in a child advocate. The child advocate plays a vital role in legal proceedings and beyond to ensure the best interests of the child are always protected at a time when other parties involved may not have the child’s best interests in mind. Read More»

When Work Hurts: Workers Comp And Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

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Many jobs involve the use of your hands and wrists to some extent, but some depend on the almost constant use of them. When the wrist joint becomes overused, it can make simple movements, let alone work, excruciating. If your wrist area is bothering you to the point that you can no longer work at your job, you may have carpel tunnel syndrome and you may be eligible for workers compensation benefits. Read More»

The Social Security Medical Exam

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If you are no longer able to work at your job and have applied for Social Security benefits, you may be asked by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to undergo a special kind of medical exam. This exam, called the consultative medical exam (CME) is meant to give the SSA more information about your medical condition, and the result of it could have a huge impact on your ability to get benefits. Read on for what you need to know about the CME. Read More»

4 Commonly Asked Questions About Posting Bail If You Or A Loved One Has Been Arrested

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If you or a loved one have been placed under arrest for committing a crime, then you may be feeling overwhelmed by the experience. If this is your first encounter with the criminal justice system, you may not understand the process involved with facing charges and being released from custody on bail. Like many people, your understanding of the process may only have been gauged from watching TV shows and watching the news coverage of trials. Read More»