If you have kids and are currently on the path to divorce, you want to make it as amicable as possible. Parents who have already gone through a divorce understand the impact it has on kids. The burden children take with them when parents can’t stop fighting sometimes becomes too much to handle. No matter how hard... 
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Today, the Department of Human Services made huge sweeping, unforeseen changes to Medicaid planning for Michigan married couples with their change in analysis of the Sole Benefit Trust and how it fits into the asset calculation. According to a communication from Terrence M. Beurer, Director, Field Operations Administration,... 
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Even ten years ago or less, not many people had ever heard of divorce mediation, and not many attorneys offered such option. Back then, people were quick to acquire the services of a lawyer and drag their financial and personal matters to court. The situation just gets worse from there. Not only you, but also your... 
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Sometimes the only way out of a traumatic marriage is divorce. You have to take the big step for the sake of your mental peace and better future of your children. But filing for divorce and dealing with all the legal matters on your own is not easy. You might need someone for professional help and expert advice on... 
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Lawsuits filed by oil and gas lessors against producers, alleging underpayment of royalties, are becoming more common. The recent wave of lawsuits against Chesapeake Energy is just one example Both the federal government and lessors in Texas and other states have alleged that resource producers often use questionable... 
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The United States is experiencing an oil boom.  As with every boom, hucksters are busy designing clever schemes to steal money from eager oil and gas investors. Federal officials recently accused Halek Energy, LLC with swindling 300 investors out of nearly $22 million in a Texas oil and gas project.  The company’s... 
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Filing for divorce is a huge step a person takes in ending their marriage. The second step people take is to decide on what type of divorce process they should go for. They can opt for going into the courtroom, but that would be too messy. In its place, divorcing couples should opt to end their marriage in a friendlier... 
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Watching your family falling apart right in front of your eyes is not at all a pleasant experience. The emotional trauma coupled with the mental stress of dealing with legal implications of divorce can really be nerve wrecking. However, you can do a few things to ease the procedure of divorce filing and asset distribution... 
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A transportation funding bill currently making its way through the Senate features an amendment that could suspend a trucking safety rule implemented last year. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, introduced the amendment that would suspend the so-called “restart rule,” implemented in July 2013, for at least a year. The... 
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A Lenawee County Circuit Court judge has repealed a sentencing error for Troy Wayne Cox, a repeat drunk driver who was sentenced to two to five years in prison after violating his probation for a second time. After a 20-mile pursuit, Cox was arrested on December 2, 2011 for driving while intoxicated. His first sentence... 
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