Before You File for Divorce, Prepare Yourself in These Ways

10 October 2016
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Your relationship with your spouse may have deteriorated to the point where you are seriously thinking about ending your marriage altogether. In order to ensure that you don't make any rash decisions that could cause trouble for you in a divorce settlement, it's smart to take the following actions before you sit down with an attorney to file divorce papers. Visit a Mental Health Professional or Pastor While you may not feel that your emotional state is a problem, just your marriage, it is a valuable use of your time to consult a mental health professional before you go through with a divorce. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Understand About Workplace Sexual Harassment In Washington

1 September 2016
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If you feel that you have experienced workplace sexual harassment and want to pursue a case against your employers in the state of Washington, here are three things that you need to understand about how sexual harassment laws work, protect you, and allow you to seek compensation in the state of Washington.  #1 Washington Has It's Own Discrimination Law In addition to federal statues, Washington state also has its own discrimination laws that are broader and can be applied to more situations than the federal law. Read More 

Are You Single? Things You Should Do To Make Sure Your Affairs Are In Order

12 July 2016
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While estate planning is crucial for families and married couples, it can be just as important to those who are single. You may have thought about having a will that can simplify what will happen to your assets after you pass away. While a will is a great start, there are other things that you will have to consider as well. Create A List of Important Information To Assist Others With Your Will Read More 

Bringing Your Case Forward: Determining The Viability Of Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

26 April 2016
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If you have been injured in an accident, or because of the purposeful act of another party, you may have a viable personal injury lawsuit to file. But to determine whether you have a decent case, you will have to prove a number of facts. You will have to show the extent of your injury, that your injuries are a direct result of the accident, and that your injuries caused you financial, emotional or physical losses. Read More