DIvorce, Child Custody, and Workers Comp Blog | Jeffrey M. Bloom
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It is to your advantage to file a claim for workers’ compensation as soon as the injury at your job occurs or an illness develops that is work related. Delaying filing for your workers’ compensation insurance can pose a big disadvantage to you and potentially...

Statistics are reflecting that although the divorce rate in the general population has been slightly decreasing, the divorce rate among 50-60 year olds has been steadily increasing, doubling since 1990. Of course, not everyone 50 and older is at high risk for divorcing. But, for those...

As in a divorce, an annulment is a legal court proceeding that dissolves a marriage. It is different than a divorce by the fact that an annulment looks at the marriage as though it had never taken place at all. However, unlike the “no- fault...

The workers’ compensation system varies from state to state, however, the employer generally pays for it in one of three ways. Those include premiums being sent to a state - run insurance program, payments made to an insurance company or payments made directly to the...

Whether or not you absolutely love the holidays or you find them commercialized and expectation ridden, holidays come with pressure and the added stress of a divorce during the holidays can make them unbearable. Pressure To Be “The Perfect Family” in Divorce: You see images everywhere depicting...