4 Common Questions About Filing For Bankruptcy

Posted on: 13 November 2014
If you're drowning in debt and feel like there is no way out, you may want to consider resetting your financial responsibilities by filing for bankruptcy. Here are 4 common questions you may have regarding the process. When Should I File For Bankruptcy? If your income is not high enough to pay your debts, bankruptcy might be the solution to help you get back on track financially. This can often happen if you have gone through a recent divorce, have outstanding medical bills, or have lost your job and cannot pay for your mortgage.
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Divorce Law: 3 Things You May Not Know About Ending Your Marriage

Posted on: 13 November 2014
Under most circumstances, you have no idea how a divorce works. You have no idea what the law states about divorce. This is specifically true for those who have never been through a divorce. There are always misconceptions regarding divorce and other aspects of the law. Here are three things that you should be aware of before you file for the dissolution of your marriage: 1. You Don't Need Your Spouse's Permission to File for Divorce.
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Did Your Mental Illness Have Something To Do With Your Crime?

Posted on: 13 November 2014
If you're in legal trouble, can your mental illness be used as part of your defense? Maybe. Read more to understand how your mental illness may help you if you are facing criminal charges. You Need To Be Candid With Your Attorney About Your Mental Illness Some people clearly appear to be mentally ill, but many people suffer from mental illnesses that aren't so obvious, such as depression or bi-polar disorder.
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3 Estate Planning Tools Everyone Should Use

Posted on: 13 November 2014
Are you under the impression that estate attorneys only service individuals with large estates worth a considerable amount of money? If so, you should know that there are many people out there that share this misconception. However, the truth is, not only do estate attorneys routinely work with everyday people, they actually offer many valuable estate planning tools that everyone should use, regardless of what their net worth may be. Below you will learn more about these invaluable estate planning tools.
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