Getting Through Your Divorce and on With Your Life

Getting Through Your Divorce and on With Your Life

  • Can You Sue Your Landlord For Mold-Related Health Problems?

    Does your apartment or rental home have mold? Have you told your landlord and been ignored? It is not healthy to live with mold. Mold of any kind can cause allergies and sinus issues in some people. Some types of mold, such as toxic black mold, can cause severe health problems, and can even be deadly to humans and pets in very bad cases. It is the responsibility of the landlord to maintain the property in a liveable condition.

  • Child Support Obligations Can Wipe Out Your Deceased Spouse's Estate In Texas

    Marriage to a person who has children from another relationship often involves making compromises to ensure the needs of both the previous and current families are met. If your spouse is responsible for paying child support, however, Texas' change in child support laws could cause you to be hit with a big bill when your husband or wife dies that may wipe out his or her entire estate. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself and your family.

  • Drowsiness And Driving: A Bad Mix

    If you have ever been involved in a car accident, you probably know how overwhelming and frustrating this experience can be, but if you're not careful you could end up in another accident down the road. According to Drowsy Driving, approximately 100,000 car accidents occur each year from drowsiness. While being tired isn't against the law, feeling tired can be dangerous if you are behind the wheel of a car. Here are three things you should know about driving while you are tired.

  • Police Ignorance Of The Law May Still Result In Criminal Conviction

    It is reasonable to expect police officers to know and understand the laws they are enforcing. After all, criminals cannot use ignorance of the law as a valid defense; therefore, police officers should not be allowed to use the same type of legal ignorance as an excuse to violate citizens' rights. However, a recent ruling by the United States Supreme Court may have opened the door for such an eventuality. Here's more information about this issue, and what you can do to defend yourself in court.

  • Rear-Ended Someone? You Don't Have To Accept Full Fault

    If you've been in an accident where you rear ended someone else, you may be feeling hopeless about your case. Doubtless you've heard from relatives and your insurance company that the person in the back is always 100% at fault in rear end collisions. However, this may not be the case when it comes to your accident. Depending on the details of your accident, you may be able to prove the other driver was partially at fault.

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Getting Through Your Divorce and on With Your Life

Going through a divorce? I know how you might feel – alone, stressed out, and probably even a little sad due to the loss of the life you have always known. Whether you have children or not, you might even feel a little guilty about the break down of your relationship. But I'm here to tell you that a divorce is not the end of the world. In fact, once you get used to the idea and start to move on with your life, you may find just as much, if not more, happiness than you ever had while you were married! Getting through the proceedings of your divorce in a dignified manner is the first step, and hopefully this website will give you the insight, support, and motivation you need to get through the process as painlessly as possible.