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Riding a bicycle can be a good travel option since it’s lightweight and allows you to keep your fitness up while producing less harmful emissions for the environment. As long as you have the endurance for it, there’s no downside to making this your primary way of getting around. That said, busy roads with lots
If you and your spouse are divorcing and there are children involved, child support and alimony is something you’ll need to think about. Here’s everything you need to know about it. What is child support? Child support is monthly payments mandated by the court once you and your spouse are formally separated or divorced and
No matter how strong your personal relationship is with your business partner, your professional relationship can still be susceptible to conflicts. These disagreements are usually settled easily by way of proper communication, but there might come a point where you’re both unable to resolve your differences and these tensions may negatively affect the business operations.
A disability is something that can change one’s perspective. Most of the time, it brings a negative and dismal spirit to the person affected. This situation brings about the disparity of ordinary life and a limited one. How can one cope when a disability strikes someone? Here are some practical ways to overcome this. Get
Whether you are a creditor’s representative or you’re handling your own business’ debt collection, there’s always a chance of facing a delinquent payer. This is the type of payer that is refusing to pay even after multiple notices and is showing no intention of paying their debt. As a creditor, how can you handle this
At the time of this writing, Long Island’s coronavirus-related death toll has surpassed 3,000 and is still expected to rise in the following weeks. Health care workers are working around the clock to make sure that all patients get the care they deserve but there’s only so much they can do in this pandemic. That