3 Things To Be Careful About Before Filing For Bankruptcy

Posted on: 28 April 2017

If you are planning on filing for bankruptcy soon, you need to be careful about the financial choices that you make leading up to official filing for bankruptcy. Here are three things that you need to watch out for before filing for bankruptcy. #1 Getting Rid Of Assets The first thing that you need to be careful about is getting rid of assets. Although you may think that it is a good idea to get rid of your assets to pay off your debts, the bankruptcy courts may look down on your actions, especially if you sell the assets to your family members or if you sell the asset for less than it is worth. [Read More]

3 Important Reasons To Hire A Social Security Disability Laywer

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Have you become disabled and are no longer able to work? Have you tried to file for social security and have been rejected more than once? Not everyone who becomes disabled is going to be eligible for workman's compensation. Even if you are, the money from that will eventually run out, and you'll need a more permanent source of income. To this end, you've filed for Social Security. Unfortunately, even if you qualify for Social Security disability payments, it can be a struggle to be approved. [Read More]

Time To Throw In The Towel? 4 Steps To Take Before You File For Divorce

Posted on: 26 April 2017

If you've made the decision to file for divorce, you're not alone. In 2014, alone, there were roughly 800,000 divorces. But divorce isn't easy. However, with careful planning, and a good support system, you can get through it. Here are four steps you should take to help you through the process. Make Necessary Living Arrangements Once you've decided to file for divorce, you'll need to make the necessary living arrangements. The last thing you want to do is file for divorce before you know where you're going to live. [Read More]

Why You Should Never Blow Off Even The Slightest Injury At Work

Posted on: 25 April 2017

Falls and accidents can be embarrassing. It's not uncommon for people to shrug off a fall and tell everyone that they are fine when they're actually in pain. Other times, they may not feel anything at first because the adrenaline rush from the accident and the embarrassment can actually mask pain. And in many cases, a person may not feel pain until the next day. That is because it often takes time for inflammation and swelling to develop. [Read More]