Pets are becoming more and more like family, with about 70 to 80 million dogs owned and 74 to 96 million cats owned in the United States. As couples continue to divorce over the years, many of them are faced with what to do with their pets. Just because you may treat your pet like a child, the court doesn't do the same. The court sees your pet as just another possession like your furniture or car.
Many accident victims are surprised when they learn that they can't use police reports as evidence during the trial. However, this shouldn't be surprising given that the police were not there when the accident happened, so the report is nothing more than hearsay. Fortunately, there are still many other ways the report can help you pursue your injury claim. Here are four examples of how you can use the police report.
If you are going through a divorce, you might be frustrated with how long it is taking. In some cases you can't speed up the divorce any more than it already is. However, in many situations the divorce couple is making some mistakes that are causing their divorce to take longer than is needed. Here are a couple reasons why your divorce might be taking so long. 1. You Made It Personal
Dealing with the aftermath of a car accident that was not your fault is never easy. However, it is not something that you have to deal with on your own, as you can hire a car accident attorney. Take a moment to review the following benefits that will come from retaining an attorney to assist you through this difficult time. They Negotiate With The Insurance Company For You In many cases, there is never a need for a car accident injury claim to be taken to a judge.
You've filed for divorce. The assets and debts are divided up and the custody issues have been arranged. Everything seems to be taken care of. Right? Wrong. If you haven't cleared up the issue of income taxes, you still have some potentially sticky issues to take care of. Here are four tax issues you'll need your attorney to help you clear up before the divorce is finalized. Division of the Next Tax Refund