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  • Supplemental Needs Trusts- Essential Estate Planning Components

    Having a family member with disabilities can pose a challenge. Depending on the severity of the disability, your loved one may be unable to live alone or generate an income. If you are providing a high level of care for your loved one, you may worry about his or her well-being after your passing. Fortunately, there is a vital estate planning tool that you can utilize to help ensure the needs of your disabled loved one are taken care of after your death. [Read More]

  • Case Value Determination And Your Personal Injury Attorney

    When another driver causes an accident, you are likely entitled to be paid money damages. It can be extremely difficult to deal with the results of an accident on your own and most people find that a personal injury attorney is important. When you meet with your attorney for the first time, you should be prepared to have your case evaluated. Read on to find out why this is so and what to be ready to explain to the attorney. [Read More]

  • Personal Testimony And Your Personal Injury Case

    Taking quick action after a car accident is important. Vital evidence needed to prove your case can be lost if you fail to act. One of the most vaunted types of personal injury evidence is that of witnesses. Surprisingly, there is more than one type of witness when it comes to accident cases. Read on to learn more about three categories of personal injury witnesses. Eye-witnesses If someone saw your car accident unfold, you are fortunate. [Read More]

  • What Disability Determination Means to Your Social Security Claim

    If you cannot work at your job because of a medical problem, the Social Security Administration (SSA) might be able to help. This agency provides workers with a monthly income if they qualify for benefits. However, the qualification process is far from simple Read on to learn about the steps to approval. The Initial Set of Qualifications Applicants must meet the following minimum standards before the SSA sends the application to the disability determination examiner. [Read More]

  • What To Know When Considering Divorce

    When a marriage is beyond being salvaged, legally separating through a divorce may become an undeniable need. While the legal process for ending a marriage is very well defined, those needing to petition for this process will frequently find their inexperience with these proceedings presents a sizable challenge. Should You Let The Other Spouse Know That You Are Considering Divorce? One of the first questions that individuals will have when it comes to filing for divorce is when to alert the other spouse. [Read More]

  • Common Mistakes People Make When Seeking Help From A Bail Bond Company

    If your loved one has called you to let you know they have been arrested, you may find yourself stressed out, worried and in unfamiliar territory. Unfortunately, though, this can lead you to making common mistakes when it comes to trying to bail your loved one out of jail. Here are a few of the common mistakes that people make when it comes to bail bonds companies and how you can avoid these mistakes. [Read More]

  • Did A Practical Joke By Local Teens Cause You Severe Injuries? Call An Injury Lawyer Now

    Accidents happen, but when you were the victim of a senseless crime and ended up seriously injured, you need to get a lawyer for your own best interests. If teens were trying to play a practical joke and you now have serious injuries because of what they did, you don't deserve to suffer. Talk with a lawyer about how the practical joke took place, what type of injuries you have, and what the road to recovery and the cost for treatment will be ahead of you. [Read More]

  • 4 Common Mistakes To Avoid When Filing For Chapter 7

    For many people going through severe financial hardship, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be a wise choice. Specifically, this type of bankruptcy allows for those who file (and get approved) to extend their repayment periods on their debts, eliminate some (or all) of their debts, and still keep their assets in the process. Before you decide to begin the process of filing for Chapter 7 yourself, however, there are some common mistakes you should be careful to avoid. [Read More]

  • Turned Down For A Insurance Claim? What To Do

    When you've got home, health, life or vehicle insurance, you probably feel protected. If something happens, you just imagine that you'll complete a claim and wait for the insurance company to pay for relevant costs. Getting a denial could be shocking; you might wonder how you'll pay for repairs, bills and other financial obligations. Luckily, you still have a chance even if you've been denied; you can dispute it. If you're thinking about fighting an insurance claim denial, consider these dispute tips. [Read More]

  • Are You Being Prosecuted For Embezzlement After An Accounting Error?

    Being an accountant for a large corporation can be a difficult situation. This fact is particularly true if you make a mistake that somehow costs your company money. In some instances, you may be pursued for embezzlement! Thankfully, it is possible to win this kind of case. An Error May Be Interpreted As Embezzlement While errors and embezzlement often seem the same to your company, they obviously differ in many ways. [Read More]