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Monthly Archives: April 2020

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Car Accidents Caused by Sun In Eyes

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

When the sun is shining and the sky is clear, it is common to think it is a great day from driving because there is no rain or snow. While you will be able to avoid some weather dangers on sunny days, there are other issues. The sun itself creates its own traffic hazard… Read More »

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Ways to Improve Your Life After Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

After a divorce agreement is finalized, it is important to find happiness for yourself. A change in lifestyle, schedules, and routines can be difficult but it can yield big results. Divorce is a major change in life and chances are other shifts will need to be made as you reinvent your life. As you… Read More »

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Rush Hour Driving Can Be More Dangerous

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

Peak travel times, sometimes referred to as rush hours, can come with their own dangers. The time periods vary from area to area and sometimes the time of year can make a difference as well. Unfortunately, rush hour isn’t only an hour for many communities, but there are steps you can take to stay… Read More »

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Dividing Marital Debt

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

When a couple is divorcing, it is common for financial discussions to gravitate toward the division of assets, whether that is cash, investments, or property. While assets do need to be distributed, it is essential there is also a plan in place to deal with marital debt. If there is little to no debt,… Read More »

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Pros and Cons of Witnesses In a Divorce Case

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

Divorce cases typically do not involve witnesses. The two people divorcing, with the help of their attorneys, settle issues in the majority of circumstances. Of course, there are exceptions. There are situations when a divorce attorney will decide information from a third party would be helpful. What Types of Witnesses Are There? There are… Read More »

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Bedsores Experienced In a Nursing Home Could Be Due to Neglect

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

Sometimes referred to as pressure ulcers, pressure sores, or decubitus ulcers, bedsores are wounds on the skin. When a person’s weight presses against a firm surface for an extended period of time, restricting blood supply, bedsores can form. Individuals who live in a nursing home may be prone to bedsores if their mobility is… Read More »

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