Worried Your Ex Will Run With Your Kids? 3 Steps You Need To Do To Keep Them Safe

Posted on: 26 July 2016

If you and your ex were involved in a volatile custody battle, and you're concerned about the safety of your children, you need to familiarize yourself with parental kidnapping. This is particularly true if your ex has ever threatened to take your children and run. According to studies, most missing children have been abducted by a family member. If you're worried that your ex might take off with your children, here are three steps you should take to keep them safe.
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What To Know When Dealing With A Dog Bite Case

Posted on: 6 July 2016

If you happen to suffer a dog bite due to an owner being negligent and not controlling their pet, it is important that you take the proper legal action. In many situations, this means taking the matter to civil court and hiring a dog bite lawyer to help you profess your case. These steps are important, so that you can get paid the money necessary to cover your expenses for medical bills and any other trauma you might have suffered.
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4 Things You Need To Know About Hiring A Court Reporter

Posted on: 22 June 2016

It is not uncommon to hire a court reporter for a deposition or some other legal proceeding. If you are new to hiring court reporters, you might be wondering what you should plan on when hiring a reporter. Here are some things that you should expect when you hire a court reporter. 1. There May Be Additional Fees In Addition To Time You should always ask about the range of fees that the court reporter will charge.
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Establishing Losses After A Car Accident

Posted on: 3 June 2016

When you have been in a car accident, it's important to take care of your medical, emotional and financial needs. If the accident was the result of the negligence of another person, you may have a personal injury lawsuit to file. When you receive medical care because of your injuries, and you have bills piling up, you are entitled to have these bills covered by the person responsible for your injuries.
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