Tips For A Do It Yourself Divorce

Not all divorces require endless court dates, drawn out negotiations, or large legal fees. If you and your former spouse are able to separate out any emotions and work together, and if you don't have any major property or custody issues to work out, a "do-it-yourself" divorce is a viable possibility. The following tips can help you prepare and file the divorce paperwork on your own. Tip #1: Know Your State's Requirements

3 Key Considerations When Filing For Bankruptcy

Making the decision to file for bankruptcy isn't one that should be taken lightly. The process involved with filing bankruptcy isn't exactly a walk in the park. There are certain things that you have to do to make sure your case goes through as smoothly as possible. Otherwise, you could end up having your case delayed or possibly thrown out. To make sure your bankruptcy case is handled in the best way possible, consider the following information.

Three Signs That Your Workers' Compensation Claim Is In Trouble

Workers' compensation benefits are designed with the idea that they should make it easier for injured employees to collect benefits and easier to keep claims out of the courtroom. Unfortunately, that isn't always how they work. How do you know when you should trust to the system and when you need to find an attorney? Look for these 3 warning signs that your workers' comp claim is in trouble and know how to handle them:

Been Injured At Work? Why You Should Not Return To Work Before You're Medically Released To Do So

If you are currently out of work due to an injury that occurred on the job, you might be ready to get back to work as soon as you can. You could be struggling to take care of yourself and your family since you aren't able to work, and you might miss doing what you love to do. However, if your doctor has told you that you are not medically released to go back to work yet, you should not do so under any circumstances.

If Your Ex-Spouse Might Be Abusing Your Child, Make Sure You Know What To Do

When you share custody of your child with their other parent, there are a lot of things that you worry about. One of them is how well your child is being taken care of when they are visiting their other parent. You can't see what's happening there, and all you have is what your child says. Your child may not want to tell you what's going on at your former partner's house.