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Is It True You Can’t Get Compensated For A Wrongful Pregnancy?

Sterilization is a reproductive procedure designed to eliminate the possibility of women or transgender individuals with uteruses from conceiving children. While the procedure is very effective, there is still a chance it will fail. You can sue the doctor for wrongful pregnancy if he or she does something that causes the procedure to fail and results in you becoming pregnant. However, you may have a tough time collecting compensation for damages. Read More 

5 Tips For Getting Custody Of Your Children If You Have A Previous Drug Conviction

In many cases, a previous felony conviction, such as a DUI or felony drug charge, can make it difficult for you to gain custody of your children if their other parent does not have a similar conviction on their record. However, unlike violent crimes, such as domestic violence, a felony conviction related to drug or alcohol use will not automatically disallow you from gaining partial or full custody of your children. Read More 

Challenges To Consider When Estate Planning For A Blended Family

If you recently entered into your second marriage and now have a blended family, you may want to spend some time with an estate planning attorney creating a new plan for the future of your family. Estate planning for blended families has challenges and differences you will not find in traditional families, and there are two key considerations you should keep in mind when planning your estate for your new family. Read More 

Dealing With A Military Divorce? Factors To Consider As You Put Together A Child Custody Plan

In many ways, a military divorce is similar to a traditional divorce. But, there are some ways that the process is a bit different. One of the things that can be different is putting together a child custody plan. This differs because the parent in the military may move often or travel for training and deployments. This can make it challenging for there to be a stable and steady schedule that traditionally is used for child custody and visitation. Read More 

Medical Malpractice - Understanding Failure To Diagnose

Injuries that occur due to the negligence of a doctor or other medical professional are the result of medical malpractice. However, medical malpractice cases can vary greatly, with individuals often wondering if the doctor really is to blame for an injury. If you think that this type of injury may have occurred to you, then keep reading to learn a little bit more about failure to diagnose medical malpractice to see if this type of medical negligence fits your case. Read More