3 Things You Should Do to Prepare & Protect Yourself from a Lawsuit

Posted on: 5 April 2017
Lawsuits are incredibly common. There are many individuals who think that they will never find themselves dealing with a lawsuit, only to be disappointed to discover that they are dead in the middle of a dispute. The best thing that you can do for yourself is to be prepared. You need to plan and protect yourself as if a lawsuit is going to happen. That way if something does go south, and you are sued, you are at least protected.
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Ademption and the Case of the Missing Bequest

Posted on: 27 January 2017
By now, everyone knows that they need to make a will. It provides valuable guidance for your loved ones when it comes to the distribution of your property and when dealing with the debts you leave behind. Usually, people make out a will and then forget it. Wills need to updated every few years to reflect changes in property, people who you no longer wish to inherit that property, and more.
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Greyhound Therapy: Patient Dumping Puts Psychiatric Patients At Grave Risk Of Harm

Posted on: 10 January 2017
A state-run mental hospital in Nevada has found a unique solution to patient overcrowding: give unwanted patients a one-way bus ticket to anywhere they want to go. Nicknamed "Greyhound therapy," the process has finally resulted in a class action lawsuit against the hospital. However, patient dumping isn't a new phenomenon—especially with low-income patients who haven't got the insurance to pay. This is what you should know. A psychiatric crisis is as real as any physical crisis.
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Rebuilding Your Credit After A Bankruptcy

Posted on: 4 January 2017
If you are feeling the heavy burden of financial hardship, then you may be considered bankruptcy as a solution. Working with a skilled bankruptcy lawyer, you can use a bankruptcy filing to help you get back on track when it comes to your finances. Unfortunately, many bankruptcy filers don't learn from their mistakes and find themselves without good credit in the years after their bankruptcy has been discharged. Here are three things that you can do after you file for bankruptcy to rebuild positive credit.
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