One problem facing litigants today is the time it takes to pursue a lawsuit against a negligent party. In many cases, personal injury lawsuits can take years to reach a settlement. Meanwhile, monthly expenses continue and litigants are sometimes, financially unable to keep up. If paying the bills becomes a constant... 
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If you have been arrested, one of the first things a criminal defense attorney does is file a “Demand for Discovery” and serve it on the prosecutor.  This helps prepare the defense of your case by requiring the prosecutor to turn over information and evidence to the defense lawyer.  This is an essential tool... 
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The holiday season is almost here.  And for parents who are divorcing or who are newly divorced, the prospect can be terrifying. Many parents in this position wonder how they can possibly spend part of all of a holiday away from their children.  For most, it is a painful idea. But for the kids, the holidays don’t... 
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If you are a spouse in a divorce proceeding, how can you make sure you are paid a fair and equitable share of bonus income? How can the spouse paying support avoid overpaying? The main issue is that bonus income is discretionary and rarely known until it is paid. If a spouse’s income history for the last calendar... 
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If one doctor had checked on the results of medical tests, the plaintiff in this case would not have ended up with a permanently painful hip condition. According to court documents filed by a 52-year-old New York man, the injection he received before an MRI he had in late September 2010 sparked a serious hip infection.... 
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By Tom Breedlove, HomePay by Breedlove The holiday season is just around the corner, which means families are starting to make plans to travel, see loved ones and use up the rest of their vacation days before 2015 begins. So with the idea of time off on many people’s minds, it’s a good time to talk about how things... 
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In August, President Obama signed the Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act. The act seeks to provide a number of remedies to problems uncovered earlier this year within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), including wait times for and inadequate access to health care. The cornerstone of the act is the... 
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Probate tends to be costly and lengthy — so much so that many people seeks ways to avoid asking their heirs to go through the process at all. There are legal, probate-free means for transferring assets to heirs in the United States, but they vary from state to state. Within the metropolitan Washington area, which... 
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Jim Fausone Veterans Disability Attorney This is one of those taboo subjects you just don’t bring up in polite company.  But the reality is we hear from veterans every week about their erectile dysfunction, which can be claimed as a service connected disability in many cases. As recently reported in the San Diego... 
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There’s nothing to mediate, so we don’t need a mediator.  This is the thought of a large number of couples who want to avoid unnecessary cost when the divorce is reasonably amicable. For a couple who isn’t arguing, the idea of do-it-yourself divorce sounds excellent.  Download some forms, fill them out, pay... 
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