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How Overwork Can Lead to Divorce

Guest Post by Nancy Tran* In today’s modern economy, the demands of many people’s jobs can be overwhelming. Whether it’s an advertising professional working day and night to ensure that their client presentation is perfect, a software developer spending long hours trying to find the bug in their system, or a teacher with piles of […]

Keeping the House in a Divorce

Guest Author Bio: Elizabeth Roque is an in-house writer for Franklin Debt Relief. She presents information about debt relief programs, credit card debt reduction and getting out of debt on a variety of financial sites online. Divorce is a difficult decision in and of itself but after the decision has been made, there are a lot […]

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When You Can’t Avoid a Trial

Guest article by Diana Mercer, Esquire If you know your settlement goals and priorities, you’ve had a thorough conversation with your lawyer about the range of settlement, and you’ve done some soul searching yet you simply can’t live with the most recent offers that are on the table, then a trial is your remaining option. […]

Arbitrary Damage Caps

This weekend I read a report about a 12-year old child who had been rendered paraplegic by a Maryland police officer en route to a non-emergency.  The driver was going twice the speed limit for the particular road, when the child ran across the street.  The driver was convicted of speeding.  The case settled for […]