13 December 2019
The final divorce decree you receive is the document that proves you are legally divorced and shows the precise agreement you have with your spouse relating to the issues of the divorce. This agreement is called a final divorce settlement agreement, and what it says is what you must follow. The only way to change anything on it is by going through the process of modification. This process is not easy to do, though, so here are some tips that can help you successfully change something your divorce agreement says.
15 November 2019
Are you planning on filing for workers' compensation? Whether you are physically unable to work for a long or short time or you have a different type of disability that leaves you mentally unable to perform tasks, you can file for disability to help you get by financially and meet all your goals. You should consider hiring a lawyer who specializes in things like workers' compensation and other things to help you get the most out of your case.
20 October 2019
It is important to remember that there is no way to know when we will pass on. Therefore, if you have some items of value, property, or cash that you would like to make sure are left to certain friends or loved ones, you will want to work with an attorney to finish your estate planning. To help you further understand the importance of this, you will want to spend a little time reviewing the following information.
23 September 2019
The discharge in Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the one thing that makes bankruptcy a great way to find relief from debt, as it is the part of a case that eliminates your obligation to any debt that qualifies for this. If you are planning on using Chapter 7, you should understand what a discharge is and how it works. Here are three things that are important to know. The types of debts that qualify
19 August 2019
The items that make up an estate can range from a home and vehicles to checking accounts and a coin collection. One commonly overlooked asset is the proceeds from a life insurance policy. To find out how such an asset is addressed after the death of a loved one, read on. Assets Subject to Probate The wide-ranging array of assets most people own are treated differently during probate depending on what they are and how they are designated.
16 July 2019
Representations, warranties, and covenants are some of the most critical clauses in any business or real estate contract, yet they are sometimes lumped together or their meanings are confused. Here are some of the basics you should know about the differences between representations, warranties, and covenants when you're looking through a potential contract before you sign something that could leave you with an obligation you don't want. What's a Representation?
12 June 2019
A driving under the influence (DUI) charge can carry extremely serious consequences. The way the laws view DUI charges has become increasingly strict in recent years. While no one can argue that those who drink and drive should be punished, being arrested is not always an indication of guilt in the matter. When it comes to defending yourself against unwarranted charges, the level of those charges can affect the potential punishment a great deal.
13 May 2019
Post-traumatic stress disorder, more commonly known as PTSD, is a mental health condition often prompted by something terrible one has undergone or witnessed. While most people may associate PTSD with being in the military, the truth is that somebody working in any field could experience PTSD. One of the controversies about reporting PTSD for workers' comp is the fact that many people don't consider filing when they don't have physical symptoms.
4 April 2019
Divorces typically don't come out of thin air. Many times, there is a slow buildup that culminates in one or both partners deciding to go their own way. If this process happens under a mutual agreement, you may think that you don't need an attorney. However, the moment you decide to divorce, it's vital for you to hire a lawyer who can help you take the journey the right way.
27 February 2019
Having your real estate attorney inform you that there's an easement on a property that you're thinking about buying may automatically discourage you from further considering that parcel of land. While it's true that the presence of an easement can be a concern, it's not one that should automatically end your consideration of moving forward with a purchase offer. Instead, ask your real estate attorney to provide as many specifics about the easement as possible; he or she can do further investigation and let you know about these details.