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How collaborative divorce works

The end of a Florida marriage can be a challenging time which is why divorcing couples should consider collaborative divorce as an option to resolve their divorce. Collaborative divorce is a resource available to divorcing couples through the family law process and provides an alternative to a litigated divorce.

Collaborative law divorce is a divorce process that encourages collaboration between the divorcing couple to resolve their divorce-related concerns. The collaborative law divorce process is a process that the divorcing couple agrees to and helps them resolve divorce-related concerns such as property division, child support, spousal support and child custody through negotiation. It can also involve the help of other professionals including counseling professionals and financial experts to help the divorcing couple resolve their concerns.

Protections for motorcyclists to keep them safe on the roadways

Motorcycle accidents can result in catastrophic injuries for victims which may require medical treatment and care and recovery time away from work which is why legal protections are so crucial for motorcycle accident victims and their families to be aware of. These protections can help with damages suffered in a personal injury accident as recently discussed in this blog.

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month so in addition to being familiar with the legal protections available when motorcycle accident victims are harmed in a motorcycle accident, it is helpful to also be familiar with protections to help keep motorcycle riders safe on the roadways. When motorcycle riders are harmed by a careless or negligent driver, personal injury claims can help motorcycle riders obtain the compensation they need to recover from the negligent driver.

Methods to keep parental conflicts away from the children

Everyone living in the home is impacted when the parents decide to divorce. While adults in the home can find ways to cope with the changes that are coming, children often have troubles. Parents must be prepared to help their children to work through everything. This might not be easy, but it is necessary.

Parents must remember is that their behavior during the divorce can have a direct impact on the children. When there is a lot of tension and conflict, the kids might have a negative reaction. Finding ways to minimize this can help everyone involved.

Many types of damages in car accident lawsuits

This blog recently discussed the help car accident victims can receive with soft tissue injuries they suffer in a car accident. It is also helpful for car accident victims and their families to understand generally the types of damages that may be available when they are injured in a car accident.

When a negligent driver causes a car accident that results in harm to victims, they may be responsible to help compensate victims for the damages suffered. Damages can include medical expenses and future medical care costs as well. Additional damages can include compensation for lost wages and lost-earning capacity if the victim suffers permanent harm that impacts their ability to earn a living. Damages for permanent disability and disfigurement may also be available as well.

Parenting styles might evolve after the divorce

Working out the specifics of a child custody relationship can be rather challenging, especially in the immediate period after the marriage ends. You have to ensure that you are emotionally ready to handle this process. Some parents might find that this is a difficult task because the wounds from the separation are still so fresh.

You might see divorced parents in the media or online who have an amazing relationship. They seem to thrive on working together for the benefit of the children. What you don't see is the time and effort it may have taken to get to that point.

How personal injury law can help with soft tissue injuries

There are a variety of different types of injuries victims of car accidents may suffer including brain injuries, broken bones and internal injuries. Another type of serious injury victims of car accidents may suffer are soft tissue injuries.

Soft tissue injuries include bruises or contusions; sprains or damage to ligaments due to overextending a joint; and strains due to overuse of a muscle or a tendon. Whiplash injuries are also common soft tissue injuries suffered in car accidents. Whiplash injuries occur when the head of the victim is violently thrust back and forth during a car accident. While sort tissue injuries may be initially evident, it is not uncommon for soft tissue injuries to worsen over time.

Errors during surgical procedures can produce serious injuries

Medical professionals have a duty to ensure that their patients are remaining as safe as possible. When a patient is having surgery, they are putting their full trust in every person in the operating suite. This complete trust is usually founded, but there are instances in which the patient suffers harm while on the operating table.

Surgical errors are often the result of human error. Some are due to recalled medical products. In all cases of errors during a surgery, the patient is the one who suffers. They might choose to seek compensation for the damages. One way that patients can remain safer is for surgical centers and hospitals in Florida and around the country to have protocols in place to reduce the risk of errors.

The ways a wrongful death claim for damages can help

Wrongful death claims for damages are an important protection for the families of victims of fatal accidents. A wrongful death claim for damages can help families of victims of fatal accidents recover compensation to help with the challenges they face after unexpectedly losing a loved one.

After the unexpected loss of a loved one, surviving family members may face a difficult time which may be made worse by the financial and emotional strain they face and the knowledge that the harm was caused by the negligence of another party. A wrongful death claim can help surviving family members recover compensation from the party liable for the harm they have suffered, including the loss of their loved one and associated damages.

Who is accountable for medical malpractice?

Medical malpractice can not only result in injuries and harm to the victim but may also result in death which is why victims of medical malpractice and their families should be familiar with how a medical malpractice claim for damages works and also who may be liable to compensate victims for their damages. Medical malpractice damages may help victims and their families with the variety of concerns they face.

Medical malpractice refers to medical negligence such as when a medical care provider has provided medical care that falls below the standard of care as determined by what is ordinary in the circumstances. Parties that may be liable for medical malpractice damages include medical professionals such as doctors and nurses, as well as hospitals and other medical staff.

Dividing property? There are various methods to use

You have numerous properties thanks to a life of investing, but now that you and your spouse want to split up, you're not sure what's going to happen. You know that your assets won't necessarily be divided equally, but you're not sure what's really fair.

You owned one property prior to your marriage, and it's rented out now. This home may be excluded as separate property, in some cases, so long as no marital money contributed to that property during the marriage. If it did have marital money going to it, then the likelihood is that your once-separate property is now marital property.

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