Is It Time For The Final Breakup?

Posted on: 6 September 2018

When you were newlyweds you more than likely never even imagined that you would end up getting a divorce. Now, perhaps even after seeing a marriage counselor, after consistently trying everything you could think of to save your marriage, you may have faced the sad fact that you and your spouse will soon be dissolving your marriage. Of course, you probably are facing many different emotions. On one hand, you may be profoundly sad that you weren't able to make your dreams come true.
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Three Debt-Related Tips To Remember During Divorce Proceedings

Posted on: 3 August 2018

When you're going through a divorce, it's easy to be focused on the assets that you and your spouse currently share that you'll soon be dividing. However, you should also give some thought to your collective debts. Debt might not be something that you enjoy talking about, but there's no better time to do so than now. Together with your divorce attorney, you and your spouse can go over your debt and come up with plans on how to divide it fairly.
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Teen Arrested? How You Can Protect Your Child

Posted on: 5 July 2018

The first goal of a parent is to protect their child. However, children sometimes make bad decisions -- decisions that could land them behind bars. If your child has been charged with a crime, it is a serious matter. It's vital you know what to do to protect your child. Here are some things you should do now.  Take the Matter Seriously You and your child must take the matter seriously.
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Having A Crime Expunged From Your Record: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 3 May 2018

If you have a misdemeanor conviction on your criminal record, then you're probably aware of just how much of an impact even a minor criminal conviction can have on your life. On the other hand, many states offer expungement opportunities for convicted criminals, meaning that you can have your charge sealed from your record. From there, you no longer have to disclose your conviction to potential employers or others because it won't show up on a standard criminal background check.
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