Controlling Your Legacy

Heading Out On Your Motorcycle This Winter? How To Keep Yourself Safe

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Winter isn’t officially here yet, which means you still have some time to get another motorcycle ride under your belt. If you’ve decided to hit the road for one last adventure this year, be sure to take some precautions. Riding a motorcycle during fair weather is risky enough, especially when most motorists don’t pay attention to you. Before you head out on your motorcycle, take a look at the information provided below. Read More»

Lost Career Income And Your Personal Injury Damages

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An accident that causes injuries bad enough to put you in the hospital may deserve more than what the auto insurer is offering. If the other driver caused the wreck, it’s possible that more than just your car is damaged. While being paid for the wages you would have earned while recovering from an accident is undoubtedly possible, some people may have lost more than a few days or weeks of pay. Read More»

4 Mistakes That Can Cripple Your Workers' Compensation Efforts

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Workplace injuries can take all kinds of forms, from chronic soft tissue strain to an acute fracture or other serious event. Fortunately, almost all states require employers to provide workers’ compensation coverage. Less fortunately, many workers’ compensation claims don’t actually produce the financial support their applicants had hoped for. If you plan on making a workers’ compensation claim, you need to know that you’re doing all of the right things—and none of the wrong ones—to secure a satisfactory outcome. Read More»

What Is Co-Parenting?

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It is becoming more common for couples to agree to co-parent their children after they get divorced. Co-parenting requires that both parents get along well and work to provide the best environments for their children. There are several things you should understand about this, if you are preparing to get divorced and want to protect your kids in the best way possible. Follow your own responsibilities The first aspect of co-parenting is an understanding that each parent plays an important role in the lives of the kids and that you should agree to do your own part. Read More»

Domestic Violence Can Impact A Divorce

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If you were a victim of domestic violence during your marriage, the abuse will have an impact on your divorce process. The dissolution of a marriage is a significant step, and the court honors its duties to uncover and address every matter of a relationship in order to ensure that each party’s rights are protected and that they are treated fairly.  Financial Control Domestic violence has a lot to do with manipulation and control, even when the attacks only seem to surface in the physical form. Read More»