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Divorce Procedures

Divorce Procedures

Divorce is a difficult time in anyone’s life. It involves many legal issues that must be considered when deciding on whether or not to proceed with the divorce. A marriage is not the only thing be dissolved, there are also many assets that may have been acquired during the marriage …

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Who Files For Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy

People file for bankruptcy for a great many reasons. Obviously, most people file for bankruptcy when they don’t have enough money to pay their bills. Some incur too much credit card debt. Others have problems stemming from loss of employment such as being laid off or fired from a job. …

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Divorce Petition Information

Divorce Petition Information

Filing a petition for divorce is the first step in starting your divorce. Your lawyer will file the Original Petition for Divorce with your local court clerk in your county. An original petition for divorce is a request that the court grant a divorce and list any asets and relief …

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Motorcycle Accident Information

Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle accidents often result in fatalities or serious injury, most often caused by head injuries. Every year there are about 2,000 motorcycle accident deaths in addition to over 50,000 injuries. Many different factors can contribute to a motorcycle accident that is usually due to negligence on the part of the …

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Auto Accident Injuries

Auto Accident Injuries

In the millions of auto accidents that occur every year, people often experience auto accident injuries as a result that can range from minor to severe, life-threatening conditions. Often times, an auto accident injury may be perceived as minor, but in actuality the damage that has been caused is much …

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Divorce with Children

Divorce and Child Custody

Working through a divorce with children is never easy. When you are choosing custody issues, you not only have to decide what is best for you, but you also have to decide what is best for your children. While you may not ever wish to see your soon-to-be ex-spouse again, …

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Absolute Divorce

Absolute Divorce

An absolute divorce permanently ends a marriage. There is a legal judgment delivered, and both parties are free to go their own separate ways, and to remarry. When an absolute divorce is finalized, there can be no inheritance of any properties from the other, unless specified in a will, and …

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Limited Divorce

Limited Divorce

A “Limited Divorce” and a “Legal Separation” are basically the same thing. Each allows the two spouses to live apart, though still married. They are both legally binding, and are for the purpose of defining the responsibilities of each of the two spouses involved. They are very restrictive, and should …

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