Is It Possible To Work And Draw SSD Benefits?

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You became disabled, took your claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) to court, and ended up winning your benefits. Now that you have been drawing your SSD payments for some time, you feel that you can do some work, even if you cannot go back to working as you were before you became disabled. People who are in this situation are left with a lot of questions. After all, being declared "

30 June 2018

Were Your Small Business Taxes Audited? What To Do

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If you have been audited because you tried to do your small business taxes on your own, it's time to reach out for help. If you don't fully understand the audit and what you need to do to cooperate or refile, you want to find a tax specialist that can advise you on what steps you should take, and how to move forward. Here are some of the things that you should be ready for, and to consider for the future when you are ready to file again next year.

1 June 2018

3 Steps To Take When Planning Your Estate When You Have A Young Family

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When you have a young family, it is necessary to have an estate plan in place. An estate plan will protect your children and ensure that they are cared for should anything happen to you and your spouse. As a young family, there are a few specific things you need to make sure that your estate plan includes. 1. Determine a Guardian for Your Children The first thing that you need to do is determine a guardian for your children.

2 May 2018

Are You Ready For Divorce? 4 Signs That Could Mean No

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Divorce is a major life change that should not be faced without deep thought and contemplation. A rush to judgment will have a dramatic effect on your life, as well as the lives of any children you and your partner share. Take the time to assess your situation before making a decision you will later regret. You're Trying to Get Your Partner to Budge Don't ever use divorce as a bargaining tool.

4 April 2018

How To Avoid Conflict When Dealing With Children's Extra-Curricular Activities

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Having children involved in extra-curricular activities is a great way to build character. For children of divorce, these activities can be an amazing outlet for stress, sadness, and feelings of loss. However, one thing that can really put a wrench into their activities is when the parents are not involved in the planning and implantation process. It can quickly become a source of contention between two co-parents if there is not a clear flow of communication.

4 March 2018

Show Me The Money: What Workers' Comp Pays For Injuries

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Workers who get hurt on the job are provided with an easy and valuable way to pay for their medical expenses, and a few other things. At no cost to the injured worker, the employer's workers' compensation carrier will foot the bill for not only medical care associated with the injury, but for a certain amount of their wages as well. Read on to learn more about what you can expect to be paid for your work-related injury.

31 January 2018

How Courts Determine Whether An Injured School Child Had Adequate Supervision At The Time Of The Injury

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Everyone knows that children cannot take care of themselves as well as adults, which is why the law expects schools to provide adequate supervision for their students. This is why the issue of supervision will come up with your personal injury lawyer during the pursuit of damages for a child who was injured in school. Here are some of the things that determine the level of supervision that is considered adequate for a child:

27 December 2017