5 Scary Facts about Halloween Pedestrian Accidents

October 31, 2015

Halloween can be full of spooky, fun frights for people of any age. These fun frights, however, can come with some real scary risks, especially when it comes to pedestrians facing the possibility of being hit by inattentive, impaired or careless motorists. To shed some light on the nature of…
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Deadly Teen Driver Accidents Mostly Caused by Inexperience, Immaturity, NHTSA Says

October 24, 2015

Earning a driver’s license has become more of an involved process for teens over the past decade or so, as a number of states have implemented graduated driver’s license (GDL) programs as a way to try to better equip teen drivers to safely operate motor vehicles. Despite these programs –…
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The Marital Home in Divorce: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

October 15, 2015

It depends on your situation and what you want out of your divorce case. Below is a more in-depth answer regarding when it is usually better to stay in the marital home versus move out during a divorce case. When It Is Not a Good Idea to Move Out When…
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How Much Is My Divorce Going to Cost Me?

October 10, 2015

Hopefully not too much, but it will depend on the specifics of your situation, including (but not limited to): The nature and complexity of your marital assets – Do you and your partner agree on what makes up the marital assets? If the marital assets are being disputed (because one…
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4 Child Custody Myths that Can Hurt You in Divorce

October 5, 2015

Child custody is often one of the more heated issues in divorce, and understanding the facts about these cases can be essential to: Preserving your interests in a custody battle Obtaining the best possible outcomes so you can get back to spending time with your child(ren). Elucidating the facts about…
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