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Financial Considerations During A Divorce

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Ending a marriage can impact not only your emotional status, but your financial status as well. Couples who have combined their finances for the duration of the marriage may find it difficult to face the financial challenges that come from separating these finances during a divorce. Be aware of the following financial considerations that you will need to make during your divorce so that you can be prepared to tackle these issues effectively. Read More»

What You Need To Know About Divorcing An Abusive Spouse

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It is never an easy time when a marriage comes to an end, leaving only one choice but divorce. It is even harder to live within a marriage where there is domestic violence and daily abuse from your spouse. It takes courage to apply for a divorce to end the marriage but it does make it more complicated. What you need to know if you are about to file for divorce from your abusive spouse. Read More»

Getting A Divorce? 3 Mistakes You Do Not Want To Make

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If you are going through a divorce you want everything to go smoothly. Fortunately, things can go this way if you are careful and do not make any mistakes. Mistakes can be easy to make as you are likely mad, scared, or sad, which can make it difficult to make the right decisions. To help you, below are three mistakes you do not want to make during your divorce. Not Hiring a Divorce Attorney Read More»

Not Just A Woman's Disease: Hiring A Disability/Social Security Lawyer For Fibromyalgia

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Fibromyalgia: A Complicated Diagnosis Fibromyalgia is a relatively new disease and widely misunderstood. Its symptoms can mimic other diseases, making diagnosis especially difficult. Doctors are less likely to take female patients at their word. Given that it is primarily diagnosed in women, fibromyalgia patients have struggled to have this devastating illness taken seriously.  When a patient is diagnosed with fibromyalgia, it can be a relief to finally have a name for the pain and fatigue. Read More»

Four Things That May Trigger Permanent Alimony Termination

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Permanent alimony doesn’t mean that the payments are destined to last forever come-rain-or-sunshine; it just means the payments will continue for as long as the present conditions hold. This means permanent alimony may be terminated if the circumstances change. Here are some circumstances that can trigger the termination: You Are Suddenly and Involuntarily Unemployed A substantial loss of income may allow you to terminate alimony payments, but you will need to prove that the loss is both involuntary and long-term. Read More»