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Agreements Your Legal Advisor Will Recommend To Enable You To Spend Enough Time With Your Kids

The law gives each parent a right to participate in their children's lives after divorce. Therefore, you have the freedom to discuss and decide on an agreement that will provide you and your ex with enough time with the kids. However, choosing an arrangement that will be workable for you, your partner, and your kids might be challenging. Therefore, you should consider

Am I Qualified For SSDI Benefits If I Suffer From Severe Depression?

Depression is a downcast mood that lasts for more than a few days. It is a psychological condition you can be diagnosed with which has the potential to be very debilitating. In some cases, you might even be entitled to compensation through the SSA if you are able to prove that you are suffering from depression. To accomplish this, you might need help from a disability

Time To Move On: Coping With Child Custody When A Move Is Planned

When it comes to divorce issues involving children, the best arrangements may not be appropriate forever. Children grow up and become more independent and the parent's life can change over time too. A move may or may not be in the child's best interest, so read on to learn more. Custody Choices Parents get to choose from an array of custody and visitation arrangement

Why Hiring A Lawyer For A Civil Case Is So Much Better Than Representing Yourself

If you're considering suing someone in court for a civil matter, or if you're being sued for a civil matter, you aren't eligible for court-appointed legal help. That's why it's tempting for so many involved in civil suits to just represent themselves. However, spending the money to hire a lawyer for a civil suit is a much better choice. Having professional legal repre

How to Determine if Your Child Qualifies for Disability Benefits

If your child is disabled and under the age of 18, you might be entitled to benefits under some circumstances. However, you will need to talk to a disability benefits specialist if you're not sure if you will be able to qualify. How to Prove That You Qualify To be entitled to benefits for your child's disability, you will need to prove that you are a household that ha