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Understanding Chicago Vacuum Extraction Birth Injuries
If used improperly, vacuum extraction can risk the health and wellbeing of a newborn child.
New Missouri Work Comp Retaliation Standard
Missouri law forbids companies from retaliating against injured workers who file workers compensation claims. If an employee is fired or forced into resigning, the hurt employee can bring a Workers Compensation Retaliation Claim. Now, Missouri has changed the standard.
A Guide to Switchblades, Dirks and Daggers
How to tell if a knife is “illegal.” An analysis of current California knife laws.
How to Apply for Asylum and Withholding of Removal
Asylum, statutory withholding of removal, and withholding of removal under the Convention Against Torture (CAT) are three distinct forms of immigration relief.
Divorce
Help through a divorce.
Divorce In A Tough Lender's Market: Ten Simple Steps Toward (Re)financing A Home
Simple step-by-step approach to home (re)financing as part of a divorce.
Goodwill Hunting In Arizona Marital Divorces
How Arizona determines "Goodwill" in valuing businesses and professional practices.
The Rise of Domestic Break-Ups: A Lawyer's View Of The Accountant's Role
A divorce or domestic break-up needs a tax practitioner's review to address the financial consequences of the division of assets, support, and maintenance.
Alimony: The Basics
A short guide on the types of alimony that may be awarded in Tennessee divorce cases.
Downward Adjustments in Alimony or Child Support
Voluntary underemployment refers to situations where a party is willfully unemployed or only accepting jobs that pay less than their earning potential. Under Tennessee law, alimony or child support will not be reduced if there is voluntary underemployment.
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