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How Specialized Should An Expert Witness Be In Your Personal Injury Case?

An expert witness can play an incredibly important role in your malpractice or personal injury case. However, finding the right expert witness can become a challenge. Occasionally, you may need someone with a highly specialized area of expertise. What is an Expert Witness? An expert witness is a professional or specialist in a particular field. […]

Is Spousal Support Still Available?

Many divorcing couples never even consider the issue of spousal support (alimony). Some may believe that in today’s world of dual careers it has fallen by the wayside. These beliefs are inaccurate, however; spousal support is still an option in all states. Not taking advantage of this valuable benefit could prove to be to your […]

4 Reasons Your Social Disability Claim May Be Denied

If you’ve suffered an injury that prevents you from being able to work, you may want to file for social security disability. This money is paid to you by the Social Security Administration and is based on a few key factors. You will need to meet certain requirements to qualify for this type of compensation. […]

Child Custody And Daily Communication: Benefits And How To Determine A Communication Schedule

If you and your partner have recently split, you may be considering how you can keep your child in contact with their non-custodial parent on a regular basis. While regular visitation may not always be possible, other forms of communication, such as phone calls and emails, can be beneficial for your child. Why Daily Communication […]

What Are The Alternatives To A Contested Divorce?

While many divorces turn into a fight, yours doesn’t have to be a battle. There are many options to resolve your divorce even if you hate your spouse. Using any of the following options can greatly reduce your stress and legal costs. Collaborative Divorce In a collaborative divorce, you work together with your spouse to […]

Examples Of Child Abuse Through Acts Of Omission

You can be charged with child abuse if you cause injury to a child. You can cause injury to a child either by doing something or failing to do something, although many people are more familiar with actions rather than omissions as causes of child abuse. Here are three examples of child abuse through omissions. […]