Can A Child Divorce Their Parents: More Information On The Emancipation Process

If you are a child who wants to “divorce” their parents because of abuse, addiction or other issues, emancipation may be the right choice. An emancipated minor assumes the responsibilities of an adult before their 18th birthday, and is no longer under parental control and care. Read further to learn how to become emancipated, and to find out about the rules and liabilities that go with the severing of parental ties. The Emancipation Process In most circumstances, your legal guardians or parents are responsible for you until your...

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3 Steps To Take After Taking A Dangerous Drug

Although most (if not all) drugs have side effects, you may take a drug and develop a severe side effect that you were not expecting. This can happen, for example, if you have taken a defective drug. Here are three steps you need to take if you wish to make a claim for your injuries. Consult Your Physician The first concern should be for your health, which means you should seek prompt medical attention. Don’t take another drug to counteract the side effects or try home remedy options because they may complicate the situation. If you try...

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Should You Have A Living Will Or A Power Of Attorney?

No one likes to think about medical illness or injury in a terminal sense, but you can’t predict your own future. Having things in order and written down before you are incapacitated means that your wishes will be followed and your best interests observed in the event of a medical issue. You may be wondering, though, if you should have a living will or a power of attorney. Here is a little information about both to help you understand what they are.  What is a Living Will? A living will is a legal document that spells out exactly...

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