3 Reasons To Consider Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
28 October 2017
By the time you consider filing personal bankruptcy, your finances are most likely in serious disrepair and you may be experiencing serious anxiety. Chapter 7 bankruptcy, while a serious decision, can give you a fresh start and some breathing room by eliminating many of your debts. Here are a few of the biggest reasons to look into filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy:
You Have More Debt Than You Can Pay
Maybe you went through a bad divorce or a period of unemployment that led to relying on credit cards or personal loans for a period of time.
Three Times You Need To Contact An Attorney For A Civil Matter
28 September 2017
In any situation in which you are arrested for a crime, you need to have an attorney represent you. This is so important that people who cannot afford an attorney are allowed free representation. But when do you need to contact an attorney in a civil matter? The following are three situations when you should call a lawyer.
If you have been injured on another person's property or the property of a business, you should contact a personal injury attorney.
Dividing Divorce Assets: Are Pets Just Property?
12 January 2017
When it comes to custody decisions during divorce, you can expect to deal with some of the most contentious and divisive issues of all. Increasingly, divorcing couples find themselves dealing with not just custody of minor children, but with who gets the family pet. These animals can come to mean so much, and pet parents often find themselves engaged in a battle for ownership. Read on to learn more about how marital law applies to the family pet.
Four Things You Will Avoid With Proper Estate Planning
9 January 2017
Often a person will put off planning for their death, and there are many reasons for this. But estate planning is not about you; it is about your loved ones. With the proper planning, there are many financial problems that can be avoided after your death. The following are four of them.
Your assets will not go to the wrong people
Without a will, it is the courts that will decide which people will receive your assets, as well as how much they will receive.