Dads And Birth Certificates: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 18 December 2015
If you have had a child out of wedlock, and the baby's mother does not want to add your name to the birth certificate, you may be unsure what your rights are. Luckily, as long as you can establish paternity, your name can be legally added to the birth certificate, even if the mother objects. If you are in this situation, you likely have many questions about being a father and the birth certificate.
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Is It Possible To Be Arrested And Charged With DUI After The Crime Allegedly Occurred?

Posted on: 2 December 2015
It isn't uncommon for individuals who have been drinking and driving to assume they're safe from the law once they have arrived at their destination. While it is true that they were successfully able to dodge the flashing red and blue lights and bypass any DUI checkpoints, it is still possible to be arrested later for driving drunk. These types of arrests and charges are infrequent, but they can happen. Here's what you need to know about DUI charges that may crop up after accusations of a drunk driving incident:
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Workers' Compensation And Repetitive Stress Injuries

Posted on: 16 November 2015
Not all on-the-job injuries happen suddenly. Repetitive stress (or strain) injuries can occur after repeated stress to certain body parts over an extended period of time. Assembly line work, typing on a keyboard or any job that requires repeated motions can cause your affected joints, tendons, muscles and ligaments to become painful and inflamed. Since most jobs call for these motions to be accomplished on a regular basis, the tiny tears that form have no opportunity to properly heal.
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Four Financially Sound Divorce Tips

Posted on: 28 October 2015
Divorce is an unfortunate fact of life today, as 50 percent of marriages nationwide end with couples legally splitting up. If your marriage seems as though it is about to end with a divorce, you need to work on personal healing and parenting strategies but should also find some ways to protect your money and business interests during the split. With this in mind, consider these four points as you go through with the divorce process.
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