How Your Spouse Can Use Social Media Against You During Divorce

Posted on: 21 June 2017

These days everybody seems to live in social media. However, if you are going through a divorce, you ought to take your foot off the gas pedal, so to speak, as far as social media use is concerned. Otherwise, you may give your spouse ammunition to use against you during the divorce proceedings. Here are three types of information your spouse may be able to glean from your social media pages:
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Was Your VA Claim Turned Down Unfairly?

Posted on: 17 June 2017

It's not a rumor; Veterans Affairs offices have a few problems when it comes to approving veteran disability claims and providing proper care. Some are systematic issues of backlogs and a lack of personnel, while others are clear issues of misconduct. It can be hard to prove which camp your claim denial falls in, but there are a few things you can do to make success more likely while making sure the system is held accountable.
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Going Through Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? 3 Ways A Chapter 13 Lawyer Can Benefit You

Posted on: 14 June 2017

If you are going through a chapter 13 bankruptcy and are planning to file on your own, you should consider hiring a chapter 13 lawyer to help you. You are likely already stressed and this can lead to you making mistakes which may affect the outcome of your bankruptcy. A chapter 13 lawyer can help you before and during your bankruptcy. Below is some information about this so you can get a lawyer on your side.
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4 Different Types Of Workers Comp Settlements To Be Aware Of

Posted on: 12 June 2017

Not all workers compensation settlements are the same. If the defendant in your workers comp case is proposing a settlement, you should know what the different types of settlement are so that you can be sure of making decisions that are in your best interest.  Generally speaking, there are four major types of settlement out there that differ in terms of characteristics like how much of the related medical expenses will be covered and whether or not the employee can seek additional compensation in the future for the work related injury in question.
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