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Medical Claims Against NHS Continue to Rise

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According to experts from the CEO of risk management agency UK, the NHS is having to invest more and more time and effort into safeguarding itself against an increasing wave of medical negligence claims as UK begins to mimic the ‘law-suit culture’. This backs up a recent report from MPs which revealed that the Medical claims […]

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When No Win No Fee medical negligence claims are the best choice

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Suffering from a case of medical negligence is a terrible thing to go through for anyone, knowing that you have entrusted your medical care to a professional and they have let you down in a way that has affected your health. For many people in the UK, they will not know where the substandard care […]

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Divorce without war collaborative law

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Divorce is pretty common these days. Each year half as many people divorce as marry. While that creates a lot of marriages that last, it also means that many fail. Attorneys whose clients are contemplating marriage school them in divorce planning, just as attorneys whose clients are starting a business get assistance with bankruptcy planning […]

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Divorce Lawyer Says Court Is No Place For Families

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“Families don’t belong in the court of law…”, says Erin Rhames-Childs, a Fresno County Collaborative Lawyer. With divorce at the highest rates in years, local divorce courts are inundated with too many litigants, and too little time to handle them. For many, the cold hallways of a courthouse are traumatizing and some court orders for […]

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How To Have a Great Divorce

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By Jan Ferris Heenan Breaking up is hard to do. But it doesn’t have to be war. Infact, if you play your cards right, it can be a downright positive experience. Here’s how. The first few months after her husband left her were a struggle, says Sacramento tax analyst Tomi Tuel. She suffered panic attacks, […]

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Collaborative Practice Re-Defines Winning: A Mental Health Perspective

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By Susan Napolitano, Ph.D. For many children, parental divorce is more psychologically devastating than the death of a parent. Unlike with divorce, the death of a parent usually results in an outpouring of support and sympathy. Although a parent may be lost forever, the memories and images of that parent are cherished and forever treated […]

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