Planning Your Divorce: Four Ways To Financially Prepare For An Unmarried Future

Posted on: 14 January 2015

A lot of people carefully plan their weddings - down to the last cookie and cocktail - but they don't plan their divorce, and that's a huge mistake. While you're probably not enjoying the prospect of your divorce the same way that you once looked forward to your wedding, you should use the time before your divorce wisely, because your life after the divorce is at stake. Here's 4 tips on how to make the necessary financial preparations for your unmarried future.
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Important Aspects To Consider About A Loved One's Drug-Related Death

Posted on: 6 January 2015

If you have lost someone you cared for as the result of a drug overdose and you believe that pain medication, provided with a valid prescription, contributed to the death, you need to speak with a wrongful death attorney. Unfortunately, there are many variables that pertain to the situation and it is essential to remember how challenging it can be to prove culpability in a drug overdose, even if there was only one physician prescribing the medication.
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Don't Be Guilty Of Unlawful Restraint Or Kidnapping

Posted on: 23 December 2014

You see it all the time in movies and TV shows: someone tricking or forcing someone to stay put in a place they don't want to be, or forced to go somewhere against their will. It usually turns out to be a joke a way to get someone to a bachelor(ette) party, or a misunderstanding, and all is eventually forgiven/forgotten. Even if it isn't forgiven, the crafty characters find a way to teach a character a lesson and stop their victim from talking.
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3 Important Things To Know About Motorcycle Liability Laws In Florida

Posted on: 22 December 2014

Do you like to ride your motorcycle in Florida? It is a great place to go riding. The weather is usually wonderful, and there is lots to see. From the woods to the beach, you'll see plenty of wonderful scenery on your motorcycle travels in this state. You should be aware of the motorcycle liability laws, though. Whether you're a state resident or a visitor, you will be subject to these laws if you are in an accident.
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