How to Prepare for a Divorce

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Has your marriage deteriorated so much that it is becoming increasingly likely for you to get a divorce? Read on and discover some of the measures that you can take to prepare for that eventuality. Set Up Separate Accounts Many married people do so many things jointly that it can be disruptive once the two have to go their separate ways. It is therefore wise for you to limit those potential disruptions by setting up your own bank accounts, credit cards and Internet connections.…

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Buying Property: 3 Steps to Take to Make Sure You Don't Face a Problem

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Buying a property can be a complicated and lengthy process. Not only do you need to make sure that the property you are selling is in order from a legal and financial standpoint, but you also need to make sure that everything is aboveboard with the property you plan to buy. Below is a guide to 3 things you can do to make sure that the purchase of a new property goes through without a hitch.…

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What to Do If You Believe You Have Been Misclassified as a Contractor and You Need Worker's Compensation

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If you get hurt on the job, you are entitled to worker’s compensation. However, if you are an independent contractor or a freelancer, your “boss” is not required to offer you any worker’s compensation. That said, there are rules on classifying workers as employees or independent contractors. If you believe that you have been misclassified, you should contact a worker’s compensation attorney. That professional can help you bring a misclassification case against your attorney, so you can ultimately get the compensation you deserve.…

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