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Preserving Evidence After a Car Accident

After a motor vehicle accident, you may be injured or in a state of shock. While making sure you and any passengers in your vehicle are okay and calling 911 immediately, you must also keep your wits about you and try to preserve as much evidence relating to the accident as possible. The evidence you » Read More


Domestic Violence Affects Everyone in the Home

Domestic violence includes harmful behaviors as distinct as physical assault, threats of physical assault, sexual improprieties, the stripping away of financial autonomy, stalking, imprisonment, and undermining one’s state of mind. Domestic violence is a common reason for divorce. The psychological effect of domestic violence is deeply cruel and can affect every person in the household. » Read More


Can I Be Fired Over My Social Media Post?

We have all heard the stories about teachers getting fired for posting pictures holding an alcoholic beverage. In one case, a 24-year-old teacher, vacationing outside the United States, lost her job due to pictures posted to her Facebook account. In each photograph she was seen sipping or holding alcoholic beverages. In 2017, a Chicago police » Read More


Stadium Liability at Sporting Events

Sporting events are a wonderful way to relax, be entertained, and share in the sense of camaraderie that cheering on the same team often brings. Watching a game or event live and in person as opposed to on television brings on a sense of excitement, but what happens when the excitement of live action culminates » Read More


Distracted Driving and Personal Injury Claims

There are endless diversions that compete for a driver’s attention while they are at the wheel. Changing the music can take the eyes off the road, as well as breaking up an argument between two children in the back seat. There are also roadside accidents to look at, food to eat, and energetic pets that » Read More


Divorced Couples and Student Loans

After couples go through divorce, it can take a long time for their accumulated debts to be settled. Marital debt such as home mortgages, car payments, and student loans need to be paid on time no matter what; not doing so makes matters much worse. Outstanding student loans can be tricky for divorced couples. Many » Read More


Sexual Harassment Continues Despite #MeToo Movement

In 2006, Tarana Burke first coined the phrase, #Me Too, to symbolize her solidarity with other women who had been also victimized by sexual harassment in the workplace. More than 10 years later, the phrase has become synonymous with an entire movement of victims of sexual harassment who are stepping up to say no more. » Read More


Making Alimony Payments Tax Deductible

One of the reasons why tax laws are hard to understand is because of the frequent changes made to them. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will change the way tax deductions for alimony payments work for all legal separations and divorce agreements executed after December 31, 2018. It will have no consequences for couples that » Read More


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