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What is Arbitration?

May 11, 2016

Arbitration is a type of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that is often used to resolve contract disputes. These disputes can be between an employer and employee, a company and its vendors or contractors, between partners in a company or shareholders and the company’s owners, or any other pair or group of parties connected by a […]

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Sexual Harassment: Quid Pro Quo vs. a Hostile Work Environment

May 3, 2016

Sexual harassment in the workplace is never a good thing. It creates tension between employees and their superiors, which lowers productivity and can cause irreparable damage to a victim’s career. When asked, many people reply that they know how to recognize sexual harassment in the workplace, but they might not realize that sexual harassment goes […]

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Your Divorce is Final: Are You Ready to Date Again?

April 26, 2016

Don’t be scared away from starting a new relationship, but consider the impact it may have on spousal maintenance and your custody agreement.

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Are You Depressed? Unexpected Signs That You Might Be

April 19, 2016

If you have suffered an injury in an accident such as a dog bite or a car crash, you could be facing mental injuries as well as physical ones. You might feel anxiety, experience panic attacks, or find yourself feeling depressed, especially if you are adjusting to life with a significant or permanent injury. You […]

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False Accusations During the Divorce Process

April 5, 2016

If your former spouse lies to the court about your conduct before or during the divorce process, fight back by providing proof of your true character. Your divorce attorney can help you obtain and use this proof to help the court get a better understanding of you and your marriage.

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How Does Medicaid Estate Recovery Work?

April 4, 2016

Long-term care is expensive. For many individuals, using Medicaid to pay for long-term care is the only option. Medicaid can be used to cover a variety of types of long-term care, such as an in-home health aide or permanent residence in a nursing home. Most individuals are aware of the eligibility requirements for using Medicaid […]

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Four More Things to Look for When Determining the Right Long-Term Care Facility

March 29, 2016

In an earlier post, we discussed a few things to look for when touring a potential long-term care facility for your elderly loved one. Making the decision to place your loved one in such a facility can be difficult, and finding the right facility can be a long, complicated process amid the greater process of […]

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What Should I Look for in a Long-term Care Facility?

March 24, 2016

If you have determined that moving your elderly loved one into a long-term care facility is the most productive choice for him or her, you have a significant amount of planning and paperwork ahead of you. You also need to find a facility that can provide the level of care that your loved one requires […]

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Should I Place My Elderly Parent in a Long-term Care Facility?

March 10, 2016

Long-term care facilities, also frequently known as nursing homes, are settings that strive to combine the comfort of a private home with the resources of a hospital to provide a safe, secure, nurturing environment for individuals who can no longer live independently. If you have power of attorney for your elderly loved one, you could […]

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How Your Mental Health Can Affect Your Physical Recovery

March 9, 2016

When you are injured in an accident, you might consider seeking compensation for your medical bills through a personal injury claim. The physical pain will likely keep you from doing much more than resting during your recovery, but keep in mind the way your mental health can limit you as well. It is not uncommon […]

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