Courtney Lewis

Custody Problems? 4 Steps To Take When Your Teen Refuses To Comply With Custody Orders

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If your teenager has decided to fight the custody orders, and you've been unable to force the issue, you need to take steps to protect yourself. The last thing you want is to be found in contempt for not following the custody orders. It's not uncommon for teenagers to fight against ordered visitation, especially when they have other ideas about how they want to spend their time. If your teen is refusing to visit the other parent, here are four steps you need to take to protect yourself.

23 January 2020

4 Reasons To Hire A Lawyer When Getting Divorced

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It can be a very stressful time in your life when your marriage is ending, and this can put you in a severely lousy mood. Fortunately, getting the best legal advice possible will make your divorce one that may go smoother. Knowing the top reasons to choose a professional lawyer to assist with this process may be helpful. 1. Decide on the divorce   It's vital to select the right method for ending the union.

26 December 2019

Tips To Help You Navigate Through The Divorce Process

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Divorces can be anywhere from an amicable and easy-going process to a downright tug of war, and anything in between. You can't control or predict what your soon-to-be ex is going to do, and divorce can sometimes bring out the worst in someone. To help you navigate through the divorce process, there are things you can do. Read on for a few helpful tips to use as a guide. Remember That Change Can Be Good

4 December 2019

3 Ways A Tax Advisor Can Help You During Tax Time

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If you are getting ready to go through tax season, you might be hoping for as much help as you can get. This is where using the services of a tax advisor can help a lot. These are some of the ways that a tax advisory service can help you during tax time: 1. Helping You Determine How to File Your Taxes One of the first decisions that you have to make when filing your taxes is how you want to file them.

4 November 2019

Why The Timing Of A Personal Injury Settlement Matters So Much

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Almost everything comes down to timing and personal injury matters are no exception. If you aren't careful, you could miss out on the compensation you need and deserve. Read on to find out how to time your settlement acceptance just right. It's Too Soon to Settle Right after an accident with injuries, you have to give yourself time to recover. Being in an accident brings changes to your health, your emotional state, and your financial situation.

9 October 2019

Can Truck Cargo Cause An Automobile Accident?

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An accident involving a cargo truck can be catastrophic for everyone on the roadway. While some accidents can be attributed to negligent action on behalf of the drivers of either vehicle, other accidents are a result of cargo falling from the truck. If you can prove the cargo on a truck was not loaded correctly and it was the direct cause of your accident, you may have a good cause for a lawsuit.

5 September 2019

Find The Right Personal Injury Lawyer When You Work With A Referral Company

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Trying to find a lawyer that will look over your personal injury case can mean weeks of making calls and not hearing anything back. Lawyers can get busy, and it may be difficult to find the ones who are ready to consider your case. When you work with a referral service, you have access to assistance 24 hours a day. Your case is screened by the referral service, and only referred to attorneys who is available to take your case.

1 August 2019

Custody Of Pets During Your Divorce: What You Should Know

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If a divorce is in your future, you likely have a lot of questions running through your brain. One question that may arise is what will happen to your pets during the divorce. Here's what you need to know about establishing custody of your pets during the divorce process. The Law Views Your Pets as Property Even though many households view their pets as an extension of their family, the law does not agree.

3 July 2019

Handling A Family Dispute About A Will

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When money is involved in a situation, it can lead to the closest family member getting into a dispute that tears them apart. For instance, it is common for people to create wills before death that warrants their beneficiaries money and assets. However, the beneficiaries can contest the will if they feel as though it is suspicious, such as a specific family member being granted more than the other beneficiaries. If your loved one left a substantial amount of money and assets behind that your family is now arguing about, the best way to get through the situation is with the assistance of a family lawyer.

25 May 2019

Filing for Divorce? What You Need to Know About Permanent Alimony

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In days long past, alimony was sometimes issued as a permanent payment to a former spouse. Today's legal system has since modified alimony to be what is seen as temporary payments to help a spouse transition into living on their own and supporting themselves. While most alimony orders are indeed temporary, there are certain situations where alimony can be ordered as permanent compensation still. Here's what you need to know about the possibility of seeking permanent alimony.

25 April 2019