Can Addressing Mental Health Issues Increase Workplace Safety?
On behalf of Law Office Of Deborah M. Truscello posted in Divorce on March 30, 2021
Most people spend a significant amount of time at work, and daily events outside of work can have an impact on someone’s job performance and mental health. The National Safety Council dedicated a portion of its annual networking and trade show to address the problem of how employers should be doing more to handle mental… Read More
Can I Live with a New Partner Before My Divorce is Completed?
On behalf of Law Office Of Deborah M. Truscello posted in Child Custody on March 23, 2021
Living with another partner before a divorce is finalized is not recommended; however, every situation is different. For those wishing to cohabitate before a divorce is completed, they should reconsider if children are involved, if they share property, or if there is potential alimony. How Could My Children be Affected? A parent who has children… Read More
How can I File for Separation?
On behalf of Law Office Of Deborah M. Truscello posted in Child Custody on March 16, 2021
Rather than a divorce, many couples choose a separation. By separating, the couple is still legally married and can decide to divorce later. While separated, the couple is usually still connected through financial responsibilities and their children. Some states allow legal separations and handle alimony, child support, child custody, and the division of marital assets…. Read More
The Majority of Car Accidents Happen Close to Home
On behalf of Law Office Of Deborah M. Truscello posted in Car Accident on March 3, 2021
Dolphin Technologies analyzed 3.22 million car trips between 2018 and 2019 and found that 25 percent of all accidents happened during the first three minutes of driving. Additionally, another 14 percent of collisions happened within the first six minutes. In the United States, studies reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) showed similar… Read More