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What Damages Are Commonly Awarded In A Nursing Home Abuse Case?

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The main purpose of a nursing home is for someone who is elderly or disabled to be cared for in the same loving manner that their own family members would do if the family were able to provide around the clock care. Sadly, that is not the case in some nursing homes. Some nursing homes employ workers that do not have the patience and understanding that is required to be a caregiver. Read More»

What A Divorce Lawyer Does For A No-Fault Divorce

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Getting divorced can be one of the most difficult things a person can go through. That’s why it’s important to have the professional expertise of someone who understands the process. This is true even for a no-fault divorce. While a no-fault divorce can seem like it would be easy, especially if you and your spouse are amicable, that doesn’t mean legal challenges can’t arise now or in the future if your relationship amicability changes. Read More»

2 Reasons To Use An Attorney To Set Up Your Nonprofit

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If you are going to set up a nonprofit agency, getting started isn’t necessarily as easy as just opening your door and hanging out your tile. There are things that you are going to have to do in order to make your new agency a success. If you miss one of those things, it could turn around and cause you all kinds of problems in the long run. That’s why you want to make sure that you are doing everything right. Read More»

Bills Got You Down? How A Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help

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It’s hard to enjoy life when you have the heavy burden of excessive debt hanging over your head. You smile with family and friends, but in the back of your mind, you are plagued with fears and worries. Will you be able to keep your home? Will your car be repossessed when you wake up in the morning? How are you going to handle the next harassing phone call from a debt collector? Read More»

Criminal Defense Against Evidence Found In A Search? Yes, You Do Have Options

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If you have been arrested for a crime following a search by police, you may assume that there’s little you can do about the charges, especially if the charges are related to something that was physically found during the search. What many people don’t realize, however, is that you may still have a sound legal defense even if there was incriminating evidence found during a search. Here are a few things that you should know. Read More»