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How Cohabitation Affects Spousal Support

Many formerly married people are understandably reluctant to marry again after a divorce, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they are living life solo. More than ever before, people are cohabiting without going through the legal process of getting married. Besides the obvious attractions of companionship, it really is cheaper to live as two. If you are the recipient of spousal support (alimony), you may run into some trouble when you take on a partner, especially if you two are sharing living expenses. Read More 

Have Your Civil Rights Been Violated? Find Out Now

It is important to make sure that you are well aware of your need for a civil rights attorney. This way, you will be able to take legal action against those who have mistreated you. This may also be able to help ensure that those who did you wrong will hopefully no longer do the same thing to anyone else. Here are some signs that you have been mistreated in a way that warrants you making use of civil rights attorney services: Read More 

4 Tips For Settling Your Car Accident With Your Adjuster

One of the most challenging parts of any day may involve being in a car wreck. Regardless of how good any day may have begun, this is sure to make it a bad one fast. The good news is you may be contacted in a brief amount of time by your adjuster. This is a professional that works for the insurance company and will work with you to settle your case. Read More 

What To Know If You To Hire A Citizen Of Another Country For Your Business

When you run a business, you want to hire employees that are the best and the brightest. And sometimes, the best candidate for the job is a person that is from another country rather than here in the United States. If you have found a job candidate that is a perfect fit for your company and has a specialized skill set or talent, but they are citizens of another nation, you may find yourself wondering what you can or should do to ensure that you are able to hire the person best suited for the job. Read More 

Could Your DUI Case End Up Being Dismissed? If So, Why?

One of the best possible outcomes that you can hope for in a DUI case is to have the case dismissed because that ends the possibility of some serious long-term consequences that come with a conviction. What are some of the reasons a DUI case can end up being dismissed? What are the odds that this will happen?  Some of the Reasons for Dismissal Police officers have to have a good reason, or probable cause, to make a traffic stop. Read More