An Overview Of Typical Alimony Rules

Posted on: 3 December 2019

If you are paying alimony or you will be soon making the payments, you should be conversant with the laws governing alimony in your state. Otherwise, you might think you have been paying alimony only to be slapped with arrears. The following are some of the rules that govern alimony payments in most states. Written Agreement The only legally-recognized alimony is the one that exists as a written agreement. Whether you negotiate alimony on your own (and it is subsequently accepted by the court) or the court determines your alimony payments, it must exist as a written agreement.
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3 Reasons To Seek Medical Treatment Even When You Think You Are Fine

Posted on: 4 November 2019

The adrenaline that rushes through your body after a car accident can interfere with many things, including noticing symptoms of injuries. Because of this, you might think you are fine when really you are not. After any accident takes place, it is always wise to visit a doctor, just to be safe. Here are the three main reasons for this: You need documentation if you plan to pursue a lawsuit
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Think About Using A Real Estate Lawyer For Your Purchase

Posted on: 25 September 2019

If you are going to buy a new house, you want to make sure that you have every last I dotted and T crossed. Missing just one little thing can mean that you are going to have problems with your purchase. That problem could mean that the sale falls through and you aren't going to get the house that you want. One way that you can make sure that you are getting everything that you need is to work with a real estate lawyer.
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Worker's Compensation And Construction: What You Should Know

Posted on: 5 September 2019

If you work in the construction industry, the odds of getting injured can be higher than in white collar jobs. In general, you can file for worker's compensation benefits if you are hurt while doing your job to help you pay your medical bills and meet your personal financial obligations. The following are some things you should know about worker's compensation and working in the construction industry: What Can You Receive from Worker's Compensation Benefits?
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