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3 Ways Businesses Can Be Divided During or After a Divorce…

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The division of property is based upon the state of residency. In the state of Kentucky, a court must divide ...

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Filing for Social Security Disability with a Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis…

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If you are suffering from Bipolar Disorder and are no longer able to work, you should contact an attorney specializing ...

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3 Ways You Can Appeal a Divorce Decree If You Have Valid Grounds…

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Once the divorce is completed and a judgment entered, either or both spouses can appeal a trial court judge’s decision ...

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The 4 Steps of the Social Security Disability Benefits Appeal Process Explained…

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Did you know that the majority of Social Security disability claims are denied the first time? That is why it ...

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What Happens If You Get in a Car Accident While Working?

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If you’ve been in a car accident while working, it’s normal to be upset and anxious, especially if other people ...

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Disability Claim Tips – Do You Qualify for Social Security Disability?

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If you find it hard to hold down a job because of a severe mental or emotional condition—such as depression, ...

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Tips for Proving Liability If You Are Injured In an Automobile Accident…

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If the accident wasn’t your fault, having an official police report will help you hold the other driver accountable for ...

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Disability Benefits – Short Term Disability Explanations and Options in Kentucky…

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In Kentucky, or through Social Security Administration (SSA) short-term disability insurance is not guaranteed, and there are no laws protecting ...

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Many Times Insurance Companies Want to Settle Your Case. See Why That’s Not Always a Good Idea For You…

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When an insurance company offers you a settlement, they are essentially acknowledging their client’s fault in the accident. They want ...

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Social Security Disability – Understanding the Process And How To Apply If You Need Disability Benefits…

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Although disability benefits are good news for many people you will find that the process is a long and difficult ...

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Who is Responsible For a Truck Accident? The Driver? The Carrier? Or Both?

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Commercial truck accidents are different from crashes that involve only passenger cars, in part because a trucking company usually employs ...

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Have You Been In an Auto Accident? The Following Explains The Damages You Can Recover…

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If you have been in a car accident recently you are probably in need of car repairs, a rental car, ...

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If Parents Are Found To Have Provided Negligent Supervision, They Can Be Liable for Their Children’s Auto Accidents. View a Real Case Example…

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Getting a driver’s license is a major milestone for teenagers. It is also a big responsibility. While driving can be ...

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How Long Do You Have To Pursue An Auto Injury Case? View the Following Court Case Example…

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Car accidents can leave people seriously injured. Those injuries are often excruciating and costly to treat. For this reason, many ...

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Should You Sue Someone Who Injures You In a Car Accident? View What’s Involved and Make Your Own Educated Decision…

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Some people ask themselves if they should really sue because someone injured them even when they know that the insurance ...

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If I’m Injured in an Car Accident, What Should I Do Afterwards?…

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Over six million car accidents occur each year in the United States. Fortunately, most of them involve only property damage ...

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5 Things You Should Never Do To Your Children During a Divorce…

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A divorce is one of the most stressful experiences in a person’s life. It is especially more challenging when children ...

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How Adultery Can Affect Your Divorce and Possible Alimony…

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Marriages can end when one member of the couple discovers that the other has had an adulterous relationship. How important ...

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Options You Can Take When Your Ex-Spouse Stops Paying Child Support…

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The family court takes the payment of child support and alimony seriously. Very seriously. And a spouse who fails to ...

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5 Common Mistakes Fathers Make During and After A Divorce…

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When your marriage comes to an end, it’s easy to get caught up in your emotions. Overwhelmed by all that ...

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Divorce Tips For Couples Thinking About Divorcing After 50…

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Divorce after 50 can be financially devastating. The cost of living is considerably more when you’re single rather than when ...

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3 Reasons Why You Should Be Wary of Online Divorce Services…

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Getting a divorce is a stressful and often emotionally difficult process. Many people don’t want to go through the court ...

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What Are A Grandparent’s Visitation Rights Following A Separation or Divorce?…

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Kentucky is one of the few states that allows grandparents to sue for visitation if the grandchild lives in an ...

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Is a Prenuptial Agreement Right for Me?

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The truth is, marriage is not only a romantic relationship but also a type of business relationship. This dual nature ...

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Do I Have to Pay Child Support Even Though I Lost My Job?…

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If you have been making court ordered child support payments, you are aware of the financial burden that can come ...

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Who Gets the Pets in a Divorce?

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What if you are getting a divorce and you and your spouse have a pet that you both love? Determining ...

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Am I Responsible for My Spouse’s Debt in a Divorce?

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Debt and divorce go hand-in-hand like peaches and cream, only it’s definitely not so sweet all the time. If you’ve ...

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Divorce Tips – Factors That Warrant Sole Custody Of Your Children…

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Sometimes, a parent will go to court seeking sole custody of their child. This may be because joint custody is ...

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