February 27, 2024
  • 7:33 pm “Top Spots for Splitting Up: States Leading the Divorce Rate Race”
  • 7:56 pm “Road to Recovery: Enhancing Safety and Support in Lake Oswego’s Driving Community”
  • 3:06 pm Estate Planning – A Solution to Major Family Disputes
  • 3:54 pm How to Balance Screen-Time Induced Dopamine in Children?
  • 5:45 pm Car Accident Statistics in Atlanta, GA

The latest statistics have arrived, showing positive developments for certain divorce attorneys. Between 2021 and 2022, the U.S. witnessed a 3.6% hike in divorce rates, with the American Community Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau reporting that 7.1 out of every 1,000 women aged 15 and older divorced in 2022, up from 6.9 in 2021. […]

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crash survivors protesting

Recently, many people gathered at the Capitol Lawn, demanding action on Michigan’s care crisis. The protest aimed to support the car crash survivors and healthcare workers impacted by the 2019 changes to Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law. Senators Sarah Anthony and Mary Cavanagh announced a set of bills to overcome the weaknesses of Michigan’s 2019 […]

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estate planning

A recent study conducted by Caring.com revealed that nearly two-thirds of Americans don’t have any kind of estate planning document in place. This means that they haven’t yet documented their will, which is a serious concern. In America, if someone dies without a will, post their death, the family members may be happy or in […]

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NBC 5 Investigates began investigating the widespread fraud involving Texas paper license plates two years back. It is only now that Texas Governor Greg Abbott has taken cognizance of the same and signed a law that mandates the replacement of paper tags with metal license plates. However, it will still be another 2 years before […]

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A considerable number of companies are increasingly leaning towards a fully-remote or hybrid mode of work at present, thanks to the numerous benefits of the same. From reduced operating costs to lower turnover and increased employee productivity, several perks come with hiring remote staff. However, according to Atlanta employment law attorneys, allowing employees to work […]

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This month, a new legislation rule that forbids the parking of big trucks on private properties went into force, leaving local truckers needing help figuring out what to do. For residents of the Macon-Bibb, Georgia region, the new law became effective on January 1st. Commercial vehicles and trailers weighing more than 8,000 to 10,000 pounds […]

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On December 9, a hearing on whether the county sheriff and state hospital executives would be held for contempt of court was held in Denton County Courts Building. The aforementioned parties defied court orders related to transporting a jailed man to a mental health facility. However, according to Denton Murder Attorneys, he is only one […]

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A new study published by Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy on the impact of Atlanta’s ban on e-scooters and e-bikes in 2019 shows that the safety regulation might have some unintended consequences. While it may be effective in reducing congestion on the sidewalks and improving pedestrian safety, it is likely to increase overall traffic […]

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Several defendants in Harris County, Texas, were released without any hearing due to a computer system error on Thursday, 24th March. According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the number of inmates released is estimated to be between 180 to 200. As per reports, the computer system faced issues on Thursday, which continued until the […]

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While auto dealers in the US are having a good time due to the record sales figures for used cars all over the country, the same isn’t true for all the customers. For instance, in several parts of Florida, including Pensacola, customers have to wait for months after buying a used car for the dealers […]

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