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CPR stands for Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation where cardio means "heart" and pulmonary means "related to lungs" and resuscitation is a medical word which means "to revive".

CPR is a life-saving treatment used in medical emergencies such as heart attack or cardiac arrest. A cardiac arrest may be caused by a heart condition, suffocation by blockage in the food pipe, drowning, electric shock, etc.

This technique is a combination of chest compression and mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing. It helps restore blood circulation to the heart and brain until professional medical treatment is available, as it delays the tissue death and damage to the brain. People who often handle emergencies like doctors, lifeguards, firefighters are trained in providing CPR.

CPR does not require any special equipment. One just needs to perform it in a proper sequence or order for it to work.

Steps for ensuring the right CPR is given to patient in case of emergency:

    • Make sure the patient is lying on the ground on his back on a firm surface. Knell beside him and place the heel of your hand on the center of his chest.

    • Keeping your arms straight, cover the first hand with the heel of your other hand and interlock the fingers of both hands together. Keep your fingers raised so they don’t touch the patient’s chest or rib cage and give chest compressions.

    • Open the airway- slightly open his mouth and give rescue breaths.

    • Repeat these steps till professional help arrive.

Consequences of CPR

Survival rates- Usually people who receive CPR on time survive the attack and hence the death rates have decreased in the past because more awareness is spreading about CPR among people.

Injuries- Usually people are not injured while they are given CPR, but with wrong knowledge patients rib cage might get hurt while getting CPR.

A lawyer isn’t always crucial for a divorce especially when you have no marital assets or children to take care of. Oftentimes, this comes up when you're getting an annulment or when you’ve been married for only a brief period of time. The easiest routes through divorce court involve relinquishing all of your rights for equitable support, as well as spousal support. If you don't want these things, then you don't need a lawyer. All you need are the forms, which you can normally get from your local courthouse or clerk's office.

Whenever children are involved, you will want to have a lawyer assist you with the agreement when you think your rights as a parent could be severely restricted, or you may find yourself in a difficult position or when you have assets in the marriage to be divided or want spousal support, you will also want a lawyer. You should also get a lawyer if your spouse decides that she/he wants any of these things, since you could easily find yourself in danger of losing your child’s support, business share or any other asset.

What is child support and custody?

If parents cannot come to an agreement regarding the custody and support of their child, one or both of the parents can file a lawsuit seeking court intervention. Generally, courts seek to maintain the parent-child relationship, and will not inhibit a parent’s ability to see his or her child without just cause. When most people think of the term custody, they think of the right to determine a child’s primary residence.

Custody is far more complicated than simply determining where a child lives. In addition to setting forth parameters regarding physical custody, or where a child lives, custody orders can define legal custody of the child, which can include determining which parent has the right to make decisions regarding the child’s education, medical care, and religious upbringing.

Financial, emotional stakes are high when disputes arise in the wake of a loved one’s demise. Hence, it gets vital for people to see past their emotions and reach the most efficient, satisfactory resolution possible. It requires tough litigation and sometimes it only takes communication.

What are probate, estate, and trust litigation?

The process of challenging a provision of the last will is known as probate litigation. In other terms, Probate is the formal legal process that gives recognition to a will and appoints a personal representative who will administer the estate and distribute assets to the intended beneficiaries. A trust is a type of legal formation of an assurance whose purpose is to hold assets for beneficiaries that are controlled by a trustee.

 The most common type of conflict which arises tends to fall into one of the following categories:

    • Contest for will- If any one person thinks, that, will which was already be made by the deceased is not valid or has been made in the wrong circumstance then they can contest for the will and try to raise legal action against it.
    • Trust contests- Similarly Trust contests are raised when a type of pre formed trust is sought to be invalid or mismanaged by the administration made to run it.
    • Elective share litigation- Elective share means related to inheritance, which helps describe a share of the estate which the surviving spouse of the deceased may claim in place of what the deceased left them in their will.
    • Breach of fiduciary duty- When one party has an objection to act in the best interest of another party, it is known as a fiduciary duty. It the party acts contrary to that duty it is called the breach of fiduciary duty.

    • Estate planning malpractice- Estate planning these days has become a big task as to find the right property is hard. Fraudulent or disputed lands might ignite estate ownership issues later.

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