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Securing College Funding From A Non-Custodial Parent During Or After A Divorce

During a divorce, if one parent is deemed unfit then the other parent will often be given full custody of the child or children from the relationship. Sometimes, when it is time for the child or children to go to college the non-custodial parent may refuse to pay for the child's college tuition. If you are a custodial parent who is in the process of getting a divorce or if you have already gotten a divorce, here are a few tips you should bear in mind in order to ensure that you get the non-custodial parent to assist with paying for your child or children's college education.

What You Should Know About Dental Malpractice

When it comes to malpractice, many people think about medical and hospital malpractice, but what about incidents that occur in your dental office? Personal injuries can also occur due to negligence from a dentist, oral surgeon, or other staff members and might require you to file a lawsuit. Here is some important information about dental malpractice lawsuits. What is dental malpractice? Dental malpractice occurs when your dentist fails to provide the level of care they are expected to.

Want To Divorce Your Unfaithful Spouse? Here's What You Should Do

Finding out that your spouse is being unfaithful can be one of the most upsetting things that can happen in your relationship. Although many couples work things out after infidelity, you might find that you don't want to stay with your spouse if he or she has been unfaithful. If you are planning on leaving your cheating husband or wife, you should do what you can to protect yourself during the ensuing divorce.

4 Ways You Can Get Compensation For Asbestos Exposure

Mesothelioma is a disease that is caused by extended exposure to asbestos, which was a common insulation material in the later half of the 20th century. As a result, many older buildings have asbestos in their walls without anyone knowing. If you were working for a company where you were exposed to asbestos, and subsequently developed mesothelioma as a result, there are four legal avenues through which you can seek compensation for your medical bills.

Determining Pain And Suffering For Personal Injury Claims

If you've been involved in an accident and have suffered an injury as a result, you probably already decided to hire an attorney (such as one from The Law Offices of Muro & Muro) so that you can be compensated for damages to your body, as well as damages to your vehicle and personal well-being. When you hear the term "pain and suffering" in an injury case, what does it mean, and what are the different claims victims can file under the law?

3 Reasons To Retain An Estate Administration Attorney

The best way to ensure your estate is handled the way you prefer when you die is by being proactive. It's important to be aware of the laws surrounding estates once the property owner is deceased. The key to making this happen is by consulting with an estate administration legal expert. Doing so can help you solve many estate issues while you are still living and and have the the authority to do so.

4 Types Of Evidence Commonly Used In Personal Injury Cases

Are you trying to win a personal injury case? As with any other type of trial, the more evidence you have on your side, the better. There are many forms of evidence that can be used during a personal injury trial, and it's in your best interest to collect this evidence as soon as possible following the injury. 1. Medical Documentation Medical documentation isn't just used to show that you were injured but also to determine the extent of your injuries and, as a consequence, the extent of your damages.

If You Don't Understand The Workers Comp Process, Then Consult A Lawyer Who Does

You can go your entire life without having an injury on the job. Because of that, many people don't understand the process if they do find themselves filing for it. Workers compensation is not a guarantee, and it can turn into an uphill battle, especially if you don't have a lawyer. Yes, You do Need an Attorney…Most of the Time One of the biggest misconceptions about workers compensation is that it's not exactly a legal process, and so it doesn't require legal representation.

4 Things Any Person Facing a DUI Charge Should Know

A driving under the influence (DUI) charge can be the kind of thing that can set your life off track. This is the case because some of the repercussions of DUI convictions include having your license revoked, spending some time in jail and having to participate in drug and alcohol treatment programs. If you feel that you were wrongly charged or would like to have leniency before the judge or jury, there are some important things that you must keep in mind.

Personal Injury Law: The Cost of Neglect

What do you do if you slip on a spot of ice on the sidewalk? A broken-wrist teaches the painful lesson to keep an eye on your footing. The injury described could be solely a reminder for the walker to not be so clumsy. However, what if the slip occurred on a section of sidewalk that a homeowner failed to keep clean? Who then is responsible for the injury? Deciding such issues can be confusing and complex.