Legal Articles
  • Thawing the Healthcare Cold War
  • by James Purcell
  • The American healthcare system is more fractured and "tribal" than ever before, even in today's modern age. Even the recent healthcare reform enacted by the federal government, controversial as it is, isn't enough to truly reform the current state of the healthcare industry which sees so many disparate groups of care givers, patients, insurance companies, and facilities locked in a "cold war" with each other.
  • Changing the Healthcare Landscape, One Paradigm at a Time
  • by James Purcell
  • Despite recent legislative efforts to reform healthcare, the fact is there are still many challenges to a system where payments for the most vital and important service most people will ever interact with are tied to nothing more than stock dividends and profits. The vision to see new paradigms and guide the various players in the healthcare arena towards them is what's needed for true healthcare reform.
  • Preserving Commercial Relationships Through Mediation
  • by O. Meredith Wilson
  • When it comes to settling disputes, a few options are as effective as mediation. When agreeing disputing businesses agree to undergo mediation, they are given an opportunity not only to preserve a valuable business relationship that might otherwise be destroyed but also to settle a disagreement outside of the courtroom.
  • Improving Dispute Resolution by Advocating the Moral Path
  • by O. Meredith Wilson
  • Helping both sides of a dispute recognize and accept the good in the intentions of the other side is perhaps the most difficult challenge, but most effective accomplishment of a mediator. By participating in mediation, both parties are opening themselves up to a better, more holistic resolution to their dispute and a successful mediator is able to shine a spotlight on these intentions.
  • How To Use Reference Letters In Your Case: The Social Study Investigator
  • by John Powell III
  • There are two ways that these letters can get in front of a judge and this article discusses the first one. In this method, you go through the social study investigator. When you do this, the substantive statements of support for or against a person can get in front of the judge without hitting the roadblock of being classified as inadmissible hearsay.
  • The Case for Mediation in Estate Disputes
  • by Scott Corlew
  • Mediation is a wise option to consider for any legal issue, but it is actually the best one when heirs are headed into litigation to dispute over estates and wills. It makes a better scenario for everyone involved to take the dispute out of court and into mediation. Because mediation is much less expensive than going through litigation, its use for estate disputes is rising steadily.
  • Children Under the Family Law Act
  • by Alan Chapman
  • Sometimes it is necessary to obtain a parenting order. A parenting order can deal with a variety of issues including with whom the child or children live, how much time the child spends with each parent and the allocation of parental responsibility.
  • Screening Judgments
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • Every judgment need to get verified out completely. That means verifying the judgment is still valid, that the judgment debtor may possess available assets, and the original judgment themselves have an IQ above 50.
  • Why Are Lawyers So Expensive?
  • by Samantha Knowles
  • Any Law Office has different grades from partners (directors) to associates to professional assistants to secretaries. All must and want to be paid at the end of the month which is normal commercial business and not to be wondered at.
  • How Insurance Adjusters Closely Scrutinize All Aspects Of An Injury Claimant's Medical Records
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • How Atlanta Insurance Adjusters Closely Scrutinize All Aspects of an Injury Claimant's Medical Records When filing a claim for injury benefits after an accident, an Atlanta personal injury attorney can advise you to expect close scrutiny of your medical records. Slappey & Sadd, LLC, has experienced Atlanta personal injury lawyers that carefully review your claim and discuss your best legal options. Call 404-255-6677 for an appointment.
  • The Case for Mediation in Employee Disputes
  • by Claude Ames
  • To provide a more private and positive environment while working through difficult issues and reaching a resolution together, companies should seriously consider taking their employee/employer arguments to mediation. Doing so would result in savings in time, money and professional relationships.
  • Resolving Conflict Through Mediation
  • by Alan Scott
  • There will always be challenges in the interaction between parties, especially when a drawn-out lawsuit stems from stalled negotiations. In these types of lawsuits, distrust, demonization and defensiveness will be common. Rather than letting the parties waste time arguing at the outset of the negotiation meetings, a mediator's role is to determine and implement techniques that address these interactional challenges upfront.
  • How to Avoid Being a Victim of Credit Card Fraud
  • by Graham Brightwell
  • Credit card fraud happens every day in many different ways. You cannot always prevent this from happening, but you could make create obstacles to make it harder for a person to get hold of your card numbers and credit cards. Treating your account numbers and credit cards like cash is a good way to start preventing any misuse.
  • Regaining Inner Power During Divorce
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • When going through a divorce it is hard not to feel powerless and out of your element. The territory of divorce is usually one that is undiscovered for most couples. When a divorce has been decided upon it becomes imperative that you understand your rights when it comes to everything from spousal support to child custody to the division of marital assets.
  • Enjoying Your Life Once Your Divorce Is Final
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • When your marriage ends one life ends and a new one begins. The problem is that not everyone is ready for this to happen. Sometimes one partner in the marriage was not willing to accept that the marriage was ending and therefore the process of moving on and letting go of the past is more difficult than it should be.
  • Smart Ideas About Credit Cards
  • by Wendy Miller
  • Do not accept the first credit card offer that you receive, regardless of how good it sounds. While you may be tempted to jump on an offer.
  • Executors and Legal Wills in Deceased Administration
  • by Graham Brightwell
  • The assets and unsettled debts of a deceased person will become part of his or her estate. The will (if one is made) serves as legal basis for the executor to implement wishes of the departed.
  • Obtaining Personal Growth Throughout Your Divorce
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • For most women and men the divorce process is an unpleasant one. Unfortunately divorce tends to play out in a very dreadful manner that leaves both parties at a loss and filled with heartache and sorrow. It also leaves both parties filled with wonderful opportunities that take time to fully discover.
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