How to Get Around Los Angeles During Pandemic If You Don’t Have a Car

We’re already halfway through 2020, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on our daily lives. In Los Angeles, many local businesses have been able to reopen and employees were allowed to report back to their offices since early May. The City, however, continues to warn residents that the risk of catching the virus… Continue reading How to Get Around Los Angeles During Pandemic If You Don’t Have a Car

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To Sell or Not To Sell? How to Handle Your Home during a Divorce

According to a recent survey, the divorce rate in the United States has gone down from 50 percent to 39 percent. Although this could be great news to some, divorce continues to be one of the most stressful and complicated events in someone’s life. During a divorce, you and your soon-to-be former spouse have to… Continue reading To Sell or Not To Sell? How to Handle Your Home during a Divorce

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The Detrimental Effects of Staying in an Unhappy Marriage

There was evidence suggesting that married couples tend to live longer than those who are widowed, divorced, or never married. But a recent study that delved deeper into marriages challenged this notion, yielding quite contrasting results. In this research conducted at the University of Nevada and the University of Michigan, 373 heterosexual couples were thoroughly… Continue reading The Detrimental Effects of Staying in an Unhappy Marriage

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Filing for Bankruptcy? Four Things You Should Avoid Doing

No individual or businessman would dream of filing for bankruptcy. Since the media conveys being bankrupt as a bad and unfortunate event, we can’t help doing whatever it takes just to avoid the need to declare bankruptcy. Declaring bankruptcy is not only time-consuming but costly as well. But what many fail to realize is that… Continue reading Filing for Bankruptcy? Four Things You Should Avoid Doing

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5 Common Personal Injury Claims

In the U.S., around 700,000 personal injury claims are filed every year. A personal injury claim is made by a victim who has been injured or harmed because of the negligence of others. In submitting this claim, a victim aims to receive compensation for their injuries, trauma, lost wages, mental anguish, and other adverse effects… Continue reading 5 Common Personal Injury Claims

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Premarital Counseling: Does It Help Prevent Couples from Getting Divorce?

Not all marriages are perfect that last for a lifetime. Some couples decide to end their relationships and file for divorce. In Utah, the divorce population is 19.3 percent. Couples have different reasons for ending their marriage, such as the lack of intimacy, communication, and constant arguing. Divorce can be a stressful and painful process. That… Continue reading Premarital Counseling: Does It Help Prevent Couples from Getting Divorce?

To File a Lawsuit or Not: What to Ask Before Deciding to File a Lawsuit

People have different reasons for filing a lawsuit. Some choose to sue after a property was damaged. Some do this in order to get their money back. Others want justice after getting injured. With all the varying reasons to sue, the question you’d want to answer is whether or not pursuing a lawsuit is worth… Continue reading To File a Lawsuit or Not: What to Ask Before Deciding to File a Lawsuit

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