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2 options are present for determining divorce terms

When you decide that your marriage is over, you need to determine your next steps. One of these is going to be filing for divorce. Typically, you have two options to make the divorce happen. In both cases, you will file a divorce petition with the court. The next step is where you have some leeway.

Taking the right steps after a car accident

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be upsetting even if you do not suffer injuries. The moment another car collides with yours, you know you will be spending time getting repairs, arguing with insurance adjusters and generally dealing with the hassle.

Plan for the days after the decision to divorce

The days immediately following the decision to divorce are filled with decisions and planning. It is imperative that you take your own best interests into account so that you can ensure that you are going to be set in a position that isn't negative. Being able to remain positive and self-sufficient during the divorce process can help you make it through it all in a much better position.

Workers can fight back against sexual harassment

Employers have a duty to ensure that their workers are safe while they are on the job. One particularly troublesome event that can threaten workplace safety is sexual harassment. It must be stopped immediately if it occurs, but a better option is to prevent it from occurring in the first place.

Structure your parenting plan to help your children move forward

You have probably heard from other people you know here in Rhode Island that the first couple of years after a divorce are difficult. The first year is probably a bit more challenging since you must go through holidays, birthdays and even the seasons without your spouse, and sometimes without your children when they are with the other parent.

Prepare for Individualized Education Plan meetings for your child

Trying to get your child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP) set in place at school can be a challenge. Everyone who is involved has input into what's going on. You can't go into IEP meetings without a clear idea of what you hope to gain from it and what your child needs from it.

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