Dividing Up The Vinyl Is No Longer The Problem: Digital Assets Are The New Divorce Wrinkle

Posted on: 3 July 2018
Years ago, couples who called it quits often had big fights over things like their vinyl record collection. Music lovers who had amassed a large, expensive collection would quarrel over whether an artist's work should be divided up and who should get the rights to which recordings. These days, divorcing couples may find themselves arguing over who get the rights to the joint iTunes account -- especially if there's several thousand dollars' worth of music inside.
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What Do You Pay When Hiring Social Security Lawyers for Your Disability Claim?

Posted on: 31 May 2018
Social Security lawyers can help you file your disability claims and win your case. They manage your appeals, when necessary, and collect and collate the proof you need to get your claim accepted. For all of the work your Social Security Disability lawyer does and will do to make sure you get your benefits, there is a price. Here is what it will cost you, and why some lawyers may wait for your benefits ship to come in.
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Step Away From The Internet: Why You Should Never Do Online Research As A Juror

Posted on: 4 May 2018
It is a civic duty and an honor to serve as a juror in a court of law. If you have never been a juror before, it is important that you understand the level of objectivity you need to have when making these important decisions that will affect the lives of other people. One problem that many jurors face is using the internet while they are serving on a jury. Some cases are very strict and will prohibit you going online at all during the case.
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How A Prenup Can Help You During Your Divorce

Posted on: 6 April 2018
A prenuptial agreement not only helps you during your marriage, but it can also help you during your divorce. Here are some of the ways a prenup can come in handy if you are divorcing. The Prenup Reduces the Negotiation Issues A typical prenup handles most of the issues that are usually handled during a divorce. This includes things like debt management, separation of marital and separate assets, and property division (not in all states).
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