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Posted Oct 26, 2020
When a person dies due to the actions or negligence of another individual, certain survivors of the deceased may be eligible to receive compensation by filing a wrongful death suit against the responsible party. The damages you receive are meant to compensate you for both measurable and immeasurable losses associated with the loss of your loved one. Keep reading to learn what types of damages survivors can receive when filing a wrongful death lawsuit.
Posted Oct 15, 2020
At the beginning of the pandemic, many people joked about how divorce rates would climb with couples being forced to isolate in their homes together. But for many couples around the country, the toll that the pandemic can take on your relationship is no laughing matter. Keep reading to find out how COVID-19 has impacted the divorce rate in the United States.
Posted Oct 01, 2020
With the United States still dealing with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, many families are continuing to practice social distancing and limiting visits with members outside of their household. While this works for many, it present a unique problem for families in which the parents are divorced or separated. Though your children need adequate time with both parents, you may be concerned about your family’s health at this time, and the risks associated with prolonged exposure to people outside of your child’s primary household. This might lead you to wonder whether or not it’s possible to refuse visitation or shared custody during this pandemic. Keep reading to learn more about this.
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