Sued for Improper Child Supervision? 3 Things to Consider to Determine Fault

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If you are a teacher, babysitter, nanny, or are otherwise in charge of children, your primary job is to ensure that the children are supervised properly. If a child gets hurt on your watch, there is a chance that you can be held liable for his or her injuries. One thing that will need to be determined is exactly how much supervision is adequate for the children you watch to help decide how much fault is yours.…

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Filing For Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Protection In Maryland

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Chapter 13 bankruptcy is filed in federal bankruptcy court in the flier’s home state, but each state has its own rules concerning exemptions, or property that you can keep when filing for bankruptcy. This type of bankruptcy allows a debtor to repay creditors according to their disposable income, or money that is left over after essential bills are paid. Debtors can keep nearly all of their property unless they have substantial assets than can be liquidated to help to satisfy their debts.…

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Exploring Your Bankruptcy Options

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If you are drowning under a sea of debt, then you might be seriously considering bankruptcy. However, there are actually two different kinds of bankruptcy, and they are very different in how they play out. To help you decide which is best for you, here is a comparison of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. What is the ultimate result? With Chapter 7, some of your assets will be sold off and all applicable debts will be erased.…

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