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Domestic Violence Charges And Divorce: What To Expect

No one enters into a marriage with the thought that the union will end in divorce. Emotions often run high when a divorce is imminent, and fighting between you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse could result in the opening of a criminal domestic violence case alongside your divorce. If you have been arrested for domestic violence prior to the completion of your divorce, here are three things that you should expect to accompany these criminal charges. Read More 

Help! Can You Take Legal Actions Against Your Neighbor’s Loud Dog?

It is very irritating and disruptive to your home when a neighbor's dog won't stop barking. It is always better to try negotiation tactics before you call the law for assistance. Using a few of these tactics might be easier for everyone concerned, especially the dog. Approach the Neighbors If the dog is barking when the owner is away from the home, the family might not be aware the dog is being a nuisance. Read More 

What Should You Know When You Are Hurt At Work?

Being injured at work can present you with a number of challenges you need to deal with. You may accumulate hospital bills and need physical therapy or walking aids. Not only that, but you might feel a lot of pain as you recover. Because of everything you have to go through, you may be considering pursuing a workers' compensation claim, often called workers' comp. Use the advice below to ensure that the claim is processed successfully. Read More 

Three Things To Do Once You Know The Bank’s Going To Foreclose

If you're a homeowner who has gotten to the point where you know the bank is about to start foreclosure proceedings, you need to take action. Because negotiations to stop foreclosures, and the actual foreclosure process, can be unpredictable, you have to be ready for anything, even if it looks like the process will take a while. Here are three steps to take once foreclosure looks imminent. Packing and Storage Read More 

Understanding The Inspection Requirements Under Massachusetts Title 5

If you're shopping for, or already own, property in Massachusetts, you need to familiarize yourself with the state's Title 5 regulation. Title 5 applies to any property with a septic system and requires that there be a full inspection of the entire septic system before the property can be sold or the ownership can be otherwise transferred. The goal of this inspection is to ensure that the septic system on the property is in good condition and adequate for the property. Read More