Getting Through Your Divorce and on With Your Life

Getting Through Your Divorce and on With Your Life

  • What Are Your Financing Options If Your Only Income Is Social Security Disability?

    If you've been out of the paid workforce for a while and receive Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits in lieu of income, you may occasionally find yourself in a cash crunch when a large expense unexpectedly hits your bank account. Repairing a roof, replacing a car, and other occasional necessary expenses can require a surplus you may not have available. However, because SSD and SSI benefits are generally exempt from garnishment by creditors, it can be difficult to qualify for a loan when your only source of income is essentially untouchable.

  • Failed A DUI Breath Test? What You Should Know About Your Defense Options

    If an officer has any reason to suspect that you're driving under the influence, he or she may not only ask for a field sobriety assessment, but also a breathalyzer test. Breath tests are a common method for law enforcement to use when evaluating your blood alcohol level. It's important to understand, though, that even if you fail a breath test, it doesn't always mean an automatic DUI conviction. In fact, when you retain a DUI attorney, he or she is likely to ask you a specific series of questions to help determine if you have a solid defense.

  • Credit Counseling Vs. Bankruptcy: 3 Things To Consider

    If you owe thousands of dollars to credit card companies and are tired of being in debt, there are several different options you could use to help you eliminate the debt. Of these options, credit counseling and bankruptcy are two of the most common types. Here are three things to consider if you are trying to choose which one of these options to use. Time Frame The first thing to consider is how fast you would like to become debt-free.

  • 3 Things You Need To Know To Prepare For A Deposition

    The deposition is a very important part of a car accident case. Typically, depositions happen during the discovery phase of the proceeding, before the actual trial. Much like witnesses at a trial, people being deposed have to answer questions from an attorney while under oath, but there won't be a jury or judge present. However, the deposition may be recorded, so it can be shown in court if necessary. As the plaintiff, you'll have to be deposed just like the defendant and any witnesses.

  • What Should You Know When Hiring Your First Employee?

    If you've recently decided to expand your small business or sole proprietorship by hiring an employee, you may be excited and looking forward to offload some responsibilities on your new worker. However, there are some laws and regulations that you should keep in mind while making personnel decisions. Violating certain employment-related laws can subject you to fines, penalties, and sometimes even jail time. Read on to learn more about the factors you should take into consideration when making your final hiring decision.

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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.