3 Financial Rules to Follow in a Divorce

Posted on: 3 June 2015
Financially negotiating with your spouse can be difficult during the divorce process. Unfortunately, it is necessary. To ensure that you get a fair shake in the process, it is important that you follow certain rules.  Create an Accurate Budget One of the biggest mistakes you can make is to underestimate your living expenses and income while creating a budget. A budget is very important in the early stages of the divorce process because it can help set the amount owed for temporary alimony while a more permanent agreement is reached.
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The Impact Of Texting While Driving On Car Accidents Involving Teenagers

Posted on: 18 May 2015
Texting while driving is a serious issue in the United States. Indeed, according to data from different safety agencies, such as the National Safety Council, the use of mobile phones directly contributes to about 1.6 million road accidents each year. Another statistic that is more specific to teenagers is that almost 1 out of 4 deadly crashes involving teenagers results from texting while driving. If you're a parent and concerned about the safety of your teen driver while on the road, then you should read this article.
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Getting Assistance With A VA Injury Claim

Posted on: 28 April 2015
Veterans Affairs (VA) claims can be difficult to manage because of the often confusing requirements for each claim. Severity, medical record documentation and other factors can affect the success of a claim or even change your compensation potential. If you've been denied or simply feel overwhelmed by the process, consider a few ways that a personal injury attorney could help you push the claim to approval. Bring All Evidence And Claims Together
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What Happens If Your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Fails?

Posted on: 11 December 2014
If you've been having trouble catching up on bills and can see no way out, you may be considering bankruptcy. If your income or debts are too high for a traditional Chapter 7 discharge, you may still be eligible for a Chapter 13 repayment plan. However, these plans have a relatively low success rate -- only about 33 percent of debtors who enter a Chapter 13 plan complete it successfully. What happens if you enter a Chapter 13 repayment plan and are unable to adhere to it?
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