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Divorce Tips For Military Families

Going through a military divorce can be one of the most challenging things you will ever do. It is important to know what resources are available to help you get through this tough time. This blog post will discuss tips for surviving a military divorce. When it comes to divorce, members of the military face a unique set of challenges. For one, service members are often deployed for long periods, making...

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The Two Most Common Personal Injury Claims In Winter

Winter weather can be harsh, and every year it causes accidents that lead to personal injury claims. If you've been injured in a winter weather-related accident, you need to determine who is at fault and the severity of your injuries. Today we will talk about the most common forms of personal injury in winter. The two most common types of personal injury claims include the following: - Car accident...

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Robbery Vs. Burglary- What is the difference?

Holidays are whimsical when friends and family get together to spend quality time and usually eat fantastic food. Holidays are also the prime time for desperate people to search through neighborhoods for empty homes to rob or gain materialistic items. A big question is why people rob or break into homes. There are several reasons for the uptick in burglaries and robberies during the holidays: Many...

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How To Regain Your Visitation Rights During The Holidays

The holidays are a time for family, friends, and loved ones to come together and celebrate. For many people, this means spending time with their children and grandchildren. However, for some parents who have lost custody of their children, the holidays can be sad and lonely. Parents need visitation rights during the holidays to continue being a part of their children's lives. Even if they cannot be with...

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What happens when I get a DUI?

When you drink and drive, you put yourself at risk, your passengers, and anyone else who shares the road. Driving under the influence of alcohol is a serious offense that can lead to jail time, fines, and losing your driver's license. If caught driving drunk, you will take a breathalyzer test to determine your blood alcohol content. The legal limit in most states is .08%. If your BAC exceeds this limit,...

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Agency vs Attorney-Which is best when adopting?

When it comes to adopting a child, there are two main ways to go about it: through an adoption agency or with the help of an attorney. Both have pros and cons, so it's important to weigh your options before deciding. Adoption agencies are typically run by social workers who are experienced in the adoption process. They can provide you with resources and support throughout the process, from finding a...

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Is A Visitation Lawyer Worth It?

After being served with visitation rights, it is important to adhere to the court's visitation rules and laws. A visitation attorney can help ensure that you follow the proper procedures and do not violate any court orders. Attorney services can also help if there are disputes or problems with visitation. If you have been served visitation rights, contact a visitation attorney today to learn more about...

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Protective vs Restraining orders–What’s the difference?

Regarding domestic violence, there are two types of orders to protect the victim. These orders are called restraining orders and protective orders. Although both types of orders serve the same purpose, there are some key differences between the two. Both types of orders typically forbid the person named in the order from having any contact with the protected individual, although the specific terms of each...

What Happens If I Don’t Pay My Child Support?

When it comes to child support, it is important to understand the consequences of not paying. If you don't pay, here are five things that could happen: 1. You could go to jail. If you owe child support and don't pay, you could go to jail. The state of Utah has a number of tools at its disposal to get you to pay, including imprisonment. In Utah, failure to pay child support is a criminal...

Can Men Get Alimony?

When it comes to divorce, there are a lot of questions that come up for both men and women. One of the biggest questions is whether or not the man can get alimony from the divorce. The answer to this question is yes, a man can get alimony from a divorce. There are a few factors that will go into determining whether or not a man is eligible for alimony, but in general, there are a few reasons why a man...

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