Daily Archives: September 5, 2012 - 3 results

Posted 5 years ago in by Staff Editor   
5 Ways to Fight a Red Light Traffic Ticket [Video]

  Traffic cameras seem to be everywhere, watching for any opportunity to harpoon drivers with expensive tickets. The spy cameras have generated multiple millions of dollars in traffic fines in many states and municipalities, but the technology is imperfect. Many drivers don’t realize there are ways to challenge these automated traffic cops. Lawyers.com Editor-in-Chief Larry Bodine outlines five things you should check if you receive a red light camera ticket: Is your car the vehicle shown in the photo? Does …

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Posted 5 years ago in Labor and Employment by Jennifer King  
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Religious Schools Must Pay for Employees’ Birth Control Some religious organizations are up in arms over a federal law requiring them to provide preventive contraceptive services they don’t agree with in their employee health plans. Obamacare requires employer health plans to cover preventive contraception services with no cost-sharing for employees. But some religious organizations claim it violates their religious freedoms. Find Out More…                                    Protect Yourself & Your Job in a Merger Company mergers happen all the time. Regardless …

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Posted 5 years ago in Divorce by Jeffrey Landers  
Divorcing Women, Your Husband Could be Hiding Assets

If you’re a woman going through a divorce, you need to ask yourself two tough questions: Could your husband be hiding assets? And if he is, does that mean you won’t get the divorce settlement you deserve? Hiding assets during a divorce is sneaky, unethical and illegal – and it happens much more frequently than most women suspect. Many couples have complex financial portfolios. Yours might include your marital residence, rental or vacation properties, bank and brokerage accounts, retirement and …

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