Protect Your Pet: How To Provide For Your Pet After You Pass

Posted on: 25 April 2019

If you're in the process of planning your estate, don't forget about your beloved pet. They'll need to be cared for following your passing. Unfortunately, if you haven't left clear instructions, your pet could end up being passed around between family members or placed in an animal shelter. Here are four steps you should take to ensure that your pet continues to be cared for after you pass. Include Your Pet in the Will
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What To Do If You Are Retaliated Against For Whistleblowing

Posted on: 20 March 2019

Most managers like to say they have an open door policy and that any employee is welcome to come in and talk to them about anything. But there's a clear difference between paying lip service to that idea and truly meaning. If you recently reported something to your boss or HR department at work and now you feel like your superiors are retaliating against you, you may have a legal case on your hands.
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3 Tips To Get The Best Personal Injury Settlement

Posted on: 10 February 2019

It can be particularly expensive to recovery from personal injuries following an accident. This is especially true if you need to miss work in order to recover. For that reason, it is important to take into account all of the potential damages when you negotiate for a potential settlement from the liable party. To help ensure that a fair settlement is calculated and that you don't look over possible damages, you may want to consider hiring a personal injury attorney.
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Why You Should Always Hire An Attorney When Going Through A Divorce

Posted on: 3 January 2019

Few people get married with the knowledge that the union is going to end in divorce. You choose someone that you must have by your side and think that they will always be there. However, the reality is that anywhere from forty to fifty percent of marriages end in divorce. If you've reached the point where it seems like your relationship has run its course and the two of you have decided to part ways, here are some powerful reasons why you should never divorce without the assistance of a divorce attorney.
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