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The 3 Main Types of Alimony

The 3 Main Types of Alimony  When alimony is established by the courts, it is often one spouse who is struggling financially during a separation or divorce. There are several factors that a judge may consider before imposing an alimony order. Perhaps the biggest contributing element to an alimony dispute is whether the paying spouse

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What Are Damages in a Lawsuit?

Lawsuit Damages You’ve probably heard about the concept of suing for damages. If you become involved in a lawsuit, this term is critical to your case. Whether you are suing another individual or entity for a personal injury, malpractice, or any other reason, you’ll want to recover enough damages to pay for your medical costs.

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Getting a Job with a Criminal History

Criminal Record Colorado’s “ban the box” law went into effect for employers with at least 11 employees, and it will apply to all employers in the state on September 1, 2021. These laws prevent employers from asking potential hires about their criminal history on applications, essentially banning the once-widely-used checkbox people marked to disclose their

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What All Fathers Should Know About Child Support

Child support can be a very sensitive topic that makes separated partners even more at-odds with each other. In many scenarios, it is custodial mothers who receive payments from non-custodial fathers. However, in some instances mothers may pay child support to fathers with sole custody. Which parent is court-ordered to pay child support and for

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Getting Help with Domestic Abuse

Family law has many situations in which a suit can be filed, and domestic violence is one of them. Domestic violence can come in many different forms such as physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, financial abuse, and psychological abuse. There are a few steps that can be taken when involved in domestic violence. Get

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Common Myths About Shoplifting

Criminal Lawyer If you’ve recently been charged with shoplifting, you likely feel overwhelmed and unsure of what to do. You may envision yourself spending time in jail or getting rejected for jobs in the future. While it’s scary to be charged with shoplifting, it’s important to stay calm and do everything you can to move

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Wondering How Long You Have To Hire an Attorney?

Personal Injury Lawyer If you were in a car accident that was someone else’s fault and did not receive any compensation for it, your best option is likely to file a lawsuit against the responsible party. Everyone who suffers at the hands of another person has the right to compensation, even if that suffering was

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Is Probate Always Required?

Family Lawyer Probate Court Probate is the court that handles the administration of your estate when you die. Many people believe that probate is mandatory in every situation. However, it may not always be necessary to go through the expensive and time-consuming probate process. Probate is compulsory only if there is no other way to

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Alimony 101

Contentious topics abound in divorce. The demise of a marriage is typically not something that happens overnight, and over time, the wearing away of the marital bonds may eat away at the parties’ emotional cores. Alimony, also called spousal support in some states, is a hot topic in divorce. While some couples can quickly come

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Tax Rules for Wrongful Death Damages

Award Taxes If you’ve experienced a wrongful death in your family, whether from medical malpractice, corporation negligence, the misconduct of an individual, or other devastating situation, you may have gone through a lawsuit where your family collected wrongful death damages. These are often awarded to compensate anyone who was dependent on the person who passed

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