3 Ways To Help Your Child To Adjust After Your Divorce

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Divorce has impacts on children that can last well into adulthood, shaping their views about the world and effecting the way they form relationships as they make their way through life. But that doesn't mean that you have to sit back and watch your little one suffer through stress, anxiety, or other side effects in the aftermath of your divorce. Here are three effective options to consider implementing that should help your child accept the family changes they're going through and adjust to their new reality so they can enjoy a more balanced life overall:

22 December 2015

Breastfeeding Your Baby: Know Your Legal Rights In The Workplace

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You might hear about mothers in the news who have been fired from their jobs or been asked to leave a store because they needed to pump milk or breastfeed their baby. If you are a breastfeeding mother, these stories can fill you with fear, especially if you are about to return to work. What if you lose your job? Will it be difficult to find a place to nurse your baby in public?

9 December 2015

3 Main Steps Of Getting A Patent Approved

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If you have created a product that is different and unique from all other similar products, you may want to consider getting a patent on this item. By doing this, you will protect the item by stopping others from duplicating it and selling it. The downside to getting a patent is the amount of time it can take for the process to go through. The best thing you can do is hire a patent lawyer and get the ball rolling as soon as possible.

16 October 2015

How Can You Avoid Insider Trading Allegations When Trading Company Stock?

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If you work for a publicly-traded company that has enjoyed some great successes over the years, you may already be vested in this company's future profits through available stock options, profit-sharing plans, or a fully-funded pension. However, for those who have such confidence in their employer's future that they wish to capitalize on this by making some stock trades, media allegations of "insider trading" for some corporate moguls may be worrisome.

17 September 2015

Coping With Whiplash After A Car Accident

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Immediately after a car accident, you might not feel any physical effects. It is important, if you were in a car accident, to wait and talk to your insurance company about potential injuries due to the fact that many symptoms, such as whiplash, can start occurring days after your accident. You should know how to cope with whiplash after a car accident. Symptoms Of Whiplash It is important to recognize the symptoms of whiplash, as without noticing these symptoms, you may believe that you do not even have whiplash.

1 September 2015

What Recourse Do You Have If You're Injured By A Police Officer In The Line Of Duty?

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Violent, heated clashes between police and private citizens have seemed to dominate headline news for quite some time. While the vast majority of interactions between law enforcement and civilians are peaceful, in some situations an officer may cause physical injuries while trying to detain or arrest a citizen, or inadvertently harm a bystander while pursuing someone else. If you're injured in such a situation, can you file a lawsuit against the officer who caused you harm?

11 August 2015

4 Most Common Types Of Personal Injuries

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Personal injury suits are among the most common types of lawsuits that are filed in the United States. Essentially, a personal injury claim is a claim that states that an entity, whether it be a business, a person, or a group of people are at fault for an injury that is incurred by another party. Whether you are a potential plaintiff or defendant of such a case, it is important to make your self aware of the reasons for which you can file a personal injury suit.

29 July 2015

Considering A Foreclosure? The Ins And Outs Of Your First Experience Buying A Foreclosure

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After reviewing your finances, you've decided your not quite ready to buy a home – that is until you talk to your friend who raved about the money they saved purchasing a foreclosure. However, before you start down this path, it's important to note that purchasing a foreclosure, or bank-owned property, is much different from buying a home through more traditional avenues. Here are a few of the most common pros and cons of purchasing your first foreclosed home:

13 July 2015

You're Fired! Too Many Wage Garnishments Can Cost You Your Job

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When you have money problems, the last thing you want to be worried about is losing your job. Unfortunately, that's exactly what can happen if you get one too many wage garnishments. Though federal and state laws do provide some protection to debtors against being terminated solely for having creditors attach your wages, it may not be enough to keep you from getting a pink slip. Here's what you need to know about your rights and a couple of ideas on how to stop your employer from giving you the boot.

23 June 2015

Four Things You Should Do ASAP If You've Been Injured And Think You Might File A Personal Injury Claim

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Many personal injury cases are lost because the plaintiff simply does not have enough evidence to prove that the defendant is responsible for the injury. If you ever become injured on someone else's property or due to what you feel is someone else's neglect or recklessness, it's important to start acting right away. Specifically, make sure you do these four things as soon as possible, so that filing (and hopefully winning) your personal injury case goes more smoothly.

3 June 2015