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Violations Of Divorce Decree: What You Need To Know

When you get a divorce, you will get a divorce decree. This legal document outlines the terms of our divorce and talks about issues like child support, custody, asset division, and so on. In some cases, one spouse chooses not to follow the terms of the decree. If your spouse does not follow the decree, you could end up experiencing frustrating or even devastating consequences. Here are some things you need to know: Read More 

Three Reasons To Hire An Attorney To Get You Out Of Your Modeling Contract

If you're new to the world of modeling, signing a contract with a modeling agency can be an early highlight of your career. Your contract will ideally bring you steady work, and even if you're relying on a day job to pay the bulk of your bills for now, you'll appreciate hearing about new gigs from your agency. As the months progress, things might not seem as encouraging as they once did, and this can lead you to look for work elsewhere. Read More 

Steps To Take With Your Executor Regarding All Of Your Professional Advisers

Upon your death, the executor of your estate will suddenly get a significant amount of work dropped onto his or her plate. When you've met with a probate attorney like David R Webb Attorney to draft up documents to choose an executor, it's important to then spend as much time as is needed to get your executor comfortable with the process of dealing with your affairs. One important task is to make your executor aware of all of the professional advisers that are present in your life. Read More 

Safety And Security During Office Parties

During office parties such as those held during the holidays, many employees let themselves go and expose themselves to risks they wouldn't normally face. Unfortunately, that may lead to business damages or even employee injuries, both of which are bad for business. For example, a fire outbreak can burn down the office if party attendees are left to smoke anywhere they fancy. Here are a few tips to help you maintain safety and security during office parties. Read More 

Discuss These Topics To Develop A Suitable Custody Schedule

Although there can be situations in a child custody case that the court decides how you and your ex-spouse will share custody, it's common for you to have the opportunity to make this decision yourselves. Even if you aren't on good speaking terms, you should appreciate the opportunity to have your say in how you'll approach the joint custody of your children. It's common to have the children spend 50 percent of their time with each of you, but this doesn't mean that the custody schedule is as simple as you having them for a week and then your ex-spouse having them for a week. Read More