Daycare Abuse: Know The Signs And Take Action

Posted on: 30 October 2017

When you envisioned your life with children, you may never have imagined that you would be leaving them at a daycare center or babysitter for the day. Fortunately, if you do need or want to work there are more good choices available for care for your little one than ever before. If you are like most, you've heard the horror stories about children abused or neglected at these places and you likely felt grateful that your child is being kept in a safe and healthy environment.
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Is There A Way To Prevent A Prenup From Being Invalidated?

Posted on: 4 October 2017

It's not unusual for spouses who happily sign prenuptial agreements at the start of marriage to challenge the validity of those contracts when divorce proceedings have been initiated. If you had your soon-to-be ex-spouse sign a prenup to protect your money and assets, you may be wondering if it's possible to prevent the contract from being invalidated. It depends on the pretext your ex is using to challenge the prenup.
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Three Situations When You Need To Consult With An Attorney About A Fire Insurance Claim

Posted on: 28 February 2017

If you are having problems with your fire insurance claim, it may be time to speak to an attorney. There are lawyers who have a lot of experience dealing with fire insurance claims on a homeowner's policy. The following are a few situations when you need to consider calling an attorney. Your claim is delayed Although a fire insurance claim may take longer than you anticipated, at some point it may seem the delay is much longer than it should be.
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Bankruptcy, Payday Loans, And You

Posted on: 15 February 2017

For some, a payday loan is just one more sign of a decaying financial situation. If you need some emergency cash and don't have other resources, it may be an option of last resort. You may wonder, however, if you can include that payday loan on the bankruptcy that you're considering filing. It's only natural that you have a good understanding of what can, and what cannot, be included in achapter 7 bankruptcy filing.
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