Ease Your Way Into Divorce With A Legal Separation Agreement

Posted on: 2 December 2015

If you and your partner have made the life-altering decision to divorce, you likely are already well aware that the emotional, physical and financial impact on your life could be long-lasting and severe. You can help smooth the way for these changes by taking an interim step in the divorce process; a legal separation. With a legal separation document in place, you and your spouse can address vital issues ahead of the divorce decree, especially financial issues.
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What To Do When You Are Falsely Accused Of Shoplifting

Posted on: 15 November 2015

It's a scary feeling when you are out shopping, and suddenly a security guard escorts you to a back room over suspicion of shoplifting. You know you have done no wrong, but the store owner thinks you are guilty. A false arrest violates your 4th amendment rights. If you think you have been wrongfully been accused of shoplifting, here are some tips on handling falsely being accused of shoplifting. Dealing with the Shopkeeper, Guards, and Law Enforcement
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How Can You Safely Prevent Slips On Your Backyard Stone Pathway This Winter?

Posted on: 28 October 2015

Backyard stone pathways can get very slippery in winter, partly because the surface is uneven and that can make them difficult to shovel. Unfortunately, having a slippery pathway can make you liable for any injuries that occur from slips and falls. If you're hoping to use your backyard stone pathway this winter and want to ensure that it's safe for you, your visitors and loved ones, these tips will help.
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Keep Your Family Out Of Probate With These Three Tips

Posted on: 13 October 2015

Planning for your family's future is a responsible thing to do, but it can be easy to make mistakes that land your family in probate court after you pass away. Here are just some of the things you can do to keep your family away from a probate court in the future. Enter Into Joint Ownerships You may own property or part of a business and assume that when you die, those things will go to the right person.
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