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Don’t Hire A Divorce Attorney Who Promises You Everything!

The process of hiring a divorce lawyer can be tedious for most people. Your divorce lawyer will play a major role in the outcome of the case, and the choice you make in this regard will have an impact on the rest of your life. Considering the immense importance of a divorce lawyer, it is normal for a person to feel stressed and anxious before making the call to a prospective lawyer, after having made... 

What Are The Chief Causes of Divorce?

Divorce has always been one subject that to some is a taboo subject that needs not be discussed openly, and yet the number of people with such thoughts seems to be shrinking quickly. The number of divorces in Orange County and the United States has increased with couples now ready to jump ship rather than having to live through a relationship that they don’t think is fit to continue. In addition... 

Elder Abuse: Was Kayak Up a Creek With It’s ‘Stairlift’ ad?

WAS KAYAK UP A CREEK WITH ITS ‘STAIRLIFT’ AD? We all see humorous commercials all the time, meant to drive home a particular point. Sometimes the commercial is a bit “over-the-top” or extreme, in that in no common-sensical way can be believable in the sense of human dignity. Or indignity, if you will. But when it comes to taking care of elder parents or grandparents, can a line be crossed when... 

Student Veterans in Michigan Colleges Get On-Campus Help from VA

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs has assigned two vocational rehabilitation counselors to offer their services to veterans in colleges and universities around Michigan. Student veterans have access to expert advice from the VA about the best ways in which to use the benefits that are available to them. The counselors provide assistance on a range of issues, including applying for education benefits,... 

Financial Impairment Can Occur In Cognitively Normal Seniors

Financial Impairment Can Occur In Cognitively Normal Seniors While cognitive declines associated with Alzheimer’s diseases and other dementias are well-known, most people are unaware that seniors without dementia are also at risk for cognitive impairment, particularly in financial issues. The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center conducted a study that revealed that... 

Financial Impairment Can Occur In Cognitively Normal Seniors

While cognitive declines associated with Alzheimer’s diseases and other dementias are well-known, most people are unaware that seniors without dementia are also at risk for cognitive impairment, particularly in financial issues. The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center conducted a study that revealed that different types of intelligence plays roles in determining when... 

How To Win Custody In The Case Of False Allegations

Fathers are often unaware of their rights and seem to end up on the wrong side of the court’s decision in a whole host of cases in divorce and family law cases. One of the clearest examples of the lack of usage of father’s rights is with respect to child custody cases and especially ones that have false allegations of abuse leveled against the father. In most cases, where a father is falsely accused... 

Divorce Mediation is the New Black

Increasingly, the number of people going through a divorce has significantly increased. A large number of people are now turning to divorce mediation to try and bring curtains on their relationships. The sudden and meteoric rise of divorce mediation has almost made it ‘the new black’ (or the fashionable way of getting divorced). There are a variety of reasons this has happened, the leading reason... 

Funding for Injured Victims Prior to Case Resolution

Any type of auto accident can leave its victims saddled with physical, emotional and financial damage; a rear-end collision is no different. As reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, rear-end accidents account for roughly 29% of all automobile accidents. Depending on the extent and severity of injuries suffered, victims may be unable to return to work and faced with ongoing... 

Avoiding Michigan Probate without a Trust: PODs and TODs

For a variety of reasons, people sometimes want some or all of their assets to pass directly to specific individuals upon their deaths, outside of Michigan probate. One way to accomplish this is to set up a “payable on death” (POD) account for money in a bank account or a “transfer on death” (TOD) account if funds are in a brokerage account. Michigan probate is the process through which a court... 
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