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Tips For An Easy, Fast, And Cheap Divorce

Getting divorced from a short-lived second marriage is usually a lot easier than getting divorced from a first marriage, especially if you and your current spouse do not have children together or own things in both names. If you have kept everything separate and decide to get divorced, here are some tips to help you get divorced in a way that is easy, fast, and cheap. Begin with a summons Read More 

Protect Your Rights, Your Assets, And Your Future—Questions For A Divorce Lawyer

No one goes into a marriage expecting it to end, so when you're faced with that reality, it can be a real challenge to even know where to start. At your first meeting with your attorney, you may feel overwhelmed, lost, and confused, and as a result you may not be prepared to ask the right questions to put you on the path to success. Below, you'll find a guide to some questions you should be sure to have answered by your divorce attorney. Read More 

Frivolous Consumer Lawsuits And Small Business Owners: What You Should Know (And Do)

Consumer protection laws against unfair and deceptive business practices vary from state to state, but one thing is common: They give customers some serious legal clout. In ordinary lawsuits, plaintiffs have to suffer actual losses in order to recover damages. Consumer protection laws, however, can entitle someone who suffered no financial loss at all to significant compensation based on a claim of false advertising. Should you be concerned, even if you're an honest small business owner who'd never intentionally defraud a customer? Read More 

Determining A Wrongful Death Claim’s Worth

When an individual dies, family members can choose to file a wrongful death claim. While all cases are different, a common question is how much is the claim worth? Although there is no way to pinpoint the exact value of a suit, there are factors you can examine that will give you a more general idea.   Shared Negligence When it comes to shared negligence, the goal is to determine whether or not the deceased was at least in part responsible for their death. Read More