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How to Change or Modify a Child Support Order

After a judge has made a child support order you may decide that you want to change the order. This is possible as long as you can prove that there has been a “change of circumstances” since the original or most recent child support order was determined. Many situations may arise that lead to a need for a change in the child support order. These include income changes for either... [Continue Reading]

Can You Declare Bankruptcy More Than Once?

It’s no secret that Americans are addicted to credit cards. If you tally up the amount of personal debt most households owe, it far outweighs the entire national debt. Sometimes these issues develop because of poor financial planning, but more often than not it is circumstances beyond your control that create an untenable situation. During the recession millions of people lost their... [Continue Reading]

How to make a fatal accident claim

We can’t possibly imagine how you must be feeling.  Making a fatal accident claim is something we truly wish you didn’t have to do.  But, in a strange way, we are glad that we are the ones who are there to help you.  Because we know that our fatal accident claim process is there to claim the right level of compensation for you and your family, after your traumatic... [Continue Reading]

Why it may be time to make a fatal accident claim

If you feel that you need to make a fatal accident claim then firstly we would like to say sorry.  We are sorry for the pain you are going through.  We are sorry for the distress you are experiencing.  And we are sorry for all the stress and anguish you must be feeling. We are here to help you make a fatal accident claim.  We know that this in itself is extremely... [Continue Reading]

Sick pay for self employed workers

Are you self-employed? Are you currently ill or injured and unsure what to do next?  Sick pay for self employed workers can be a tricky one.  There are lots of people offering advice, but it is not always clear.  Getting sick pay for self employed work can certainly be confusing.  But you can! If you head to the DWP health and work website, which is a government run... [Continue Reading]

Big US Retailers Take on Visa and MasterCard in Battle over Swipe Fees

Major retailers in the US are rallying against credit giants Visa and MasterCard in an effort to fight what they believe to be unfairly inflated credit processing swipe fees. National retail chains such as Target, Macy’s and JC Penny are involved in the lawsuit, along with many other merchants. The increased swipe fees, according to the retailers involved in the legal battle, place an... [Continue Reading]

NHS Hospital Care Failings

The patient care provided within NHS hospitals seems to be a constant topic being debated in the press. The Stafford Hospital scandal, which involved hundreds of needless patient deaths, widespread abuse and poor patient care, has dominated the headlines over the recent months. At the hospital, incidents occurred such as patients being left so thirsty that they had to resort to drinking water... [Continue Reading]

Tips for contesting a will

Contesting a will is a big decision, and we understand that this might be an intense period in your life. Organisations like Will Claim Solicitors offer quality advice when it comes to contesting a will. If you are even considering contesting, then these places will understand that you require as much information to support you with your challenging decision as possible. If you visit advisors,... [Continue Reading]

What To Do If You’re Involved in a Road Traffic Accident

Accidents are, unfortunately, are a part of driving. However, being prepared and knowing what to do afterwards will mean that you won’t add stress to the already upsetting situation. Be Prepared You should keep an accident pack in your car that includes a pen and notebook at the very least. Ideally include a disposable camera in case your phone is damaged. It could also include things... [Continue Reading]

How to Limit Your Risk and Liability As a Landlord

Being a landlord isn’t always the easy life that many property owners imagine when they start leasing residences. The landlord’s life is a major source of stress for many, and can be a very risky business for the uninformed. If you haven’t got all your bases covered as a property owner, then you could be leaving yourself open to significant risk and liability from several... [Continue Reading]