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2018

Denial Of Visitation And The Custodial Parent

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Being the custodial parent of minor children carries with it a responsibility to ensure that any agreed-upon and court-ordered visitation orders are followed. If you are having issues with any aspect of your child visitation schedule, you must follow proper legal channels to make changes. Visitation orders are handed down by a judge, and only a judge can adjust or suspend visitation. If you are experiencing problems with your current visitation schedule or with your ex-spouse, read below for information on how to best handle the situation.…

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Injured In An Auto Accident And Wrongly Cited? What You Need To Do To Get Compensation

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If you were injured badly in an auto accident but the police mistakenly cited you for the accident, you should hire a personal injury attorney. If you are hoping to get compensation for the accident and you want a settlement, you need to prove that you were not to blame for the incident. There are a few types of evidence the lawyer can get to help compile the case. First the citation will need to be dropped, and the truth of the accident revealed, so you can get the money you deserve.…

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Risks Involved In Self-Tax Preparation

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If you are considering doing your own taxes for the next tax season, then you aren’t alone. According to IRS statistics, $27 million Americans opted to self-prepare their taxes during the previous tax season with the assistance of certain software programs. However, there are certain risks involved in preparing your own taxes, and you may want to pay for professional tax preparation services to prevent these risks. Audit risk When you pay for professional tax preparation services, the firm that files your taxes often offers audit protection as part of their services.…

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