Tips For Creating A Plan If You Are Going To Co-Parent After Your Divorce

Posted on: 26 July 2019

A lot of couples that get divorced will end up deciding to co-parent their kids. Co-parenting is an arrangement that keeps both parents highly involved with the kids, and both parents are involved in making decisions for the kids and working together for the best interest of them. If you plan on co-parenting after your divorce, here are some tips to help you create a plan together that will work well and benefit the kids.
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Denied? Take Action For Problematic Workers' Compensation Issues

Posted on: 27 June 2019

Workers' compensation claims, for the most part, pass easily through the system without issue. When things work as they should, the hurt worker receives free medical care and a disability wage until they are cleared to come back to work. Unfortunately, there are some opportunities for the claim to be denied. If you've been injured in a work-related accident or are suffering from an occupational illness, it's important that you not give up when you get a denial message in the mail.
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3 Types Of Criminal Assault

Posted on: 23 May 2019

Many criminal laws are enacted by both the federal government and state governments. This means that the laws pertaining to criminal charges can vary slightly from one state to another. Despite these variations, there are three primary types of criminal assault that exist in all states. Persons accused of assault can be charged with criminal assault, assault and battery, or aggravated assault.  1. Criminal Assault If you assume that an assault charge can only be filed for physical violence, you are not alone.
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What You Should Know About Probation Violations After Being Placed On Probation

Posted on: 24 April 2019

One of the punishments you might face after being convicted of a crime is being placed on probation. If the court gives you this punishment, you will meet with a probation officer, and he or she will explain probation to you and give you a list of conditions and rules you must follow. Breaking any of these rules can result in a probation violation. Here are several things to understand about probation violations.
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