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August 2016 Archives

Social Media and Divorce

If you and your spouse are having serious problems and you think divorce is the next step, be cautious on social media. Many Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and various other social media users enjoy sharing every momentous event of their lives via these platforms. You've very likely seen friends, relatives or co-workers going through a break-up online. They share all the painful details and take every opportunity to bash their ex. They may even brag about how great their lives are now going, touting a vacation or a raise. These very public posts have the very real potential of coming back to haunt them. So, beware and steer clear of this behavior when you are considering or going through a divorce.

Wrongful Death Claim: Why File One?

For a spouse or other next of kin that suddenly lost a loved one, it is understandable that the shock and trauma from the accident is hard to process. Just accepting that the loved one is now gone is hard enough. However, while it may be the last thing on your mind, it is important to evaluate legal options. There are statute of limitations so it is best not to wait.