Moving Out of State With a Child Custody Agreement

  • Miltary Marriage And Divorce: What You Need To Know

    12 August 2019

    When you are married to someone who serves in the military, you have to realize the strains it can put on the relationship. While many military marriages last for decades, others do not always survive. If you are married to a member of the military and you are concerned about your marriage, consider these tips: Look for Signs of Troubles If you have a gut feeling that your marriage is on the rocks, do not ignore it.

  • Major Mistakes You Should Not Make When Estate Planning

    12 August 2019

    When it comes to estate planning, many people do not realize how important the process is. Some people think that estate planning is only for those who are really wealthy, when the truth is that everyone needs to have an estate plan of some kind. If you are new to estate planning, you should know some of the mistakes to avoid, so you do not run into problems later: Not Creating a Will

  • Win Financial Compensation Following Your Run-In With A Trucker

    9 July 2019

    Even a small accident with a trucker could prove especially dangerous due to the immense size of most vehicles that are used for trucking. If your vehicle was struck by a much larger one, you may have sustained significant property damage or personal injuries. If the accident was not your fault, you may be able to file a lawsuit or negotiate a settlement in hopes of obtaining financial compensation. Here are some tips to keep in mind after a bad run-in with a trucking company.

  • Faster SSDI Approval For Some Afflictions

    12 June 2019

    When illness makes it impossible for you to continue at your job, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has a benefits program aimed at people like you. The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program targets workers who have put enough into the system via payroll deductions to qualify. Having enough work credits is only part of the qualifications, however. You must have a medical condition and show proof that it prevents you from working.

  • Legal Troubles And Filing For Bankruptcy

    15 May 2019

    Bankruptcy provides filers who have money troubles with a way of making a fresh start. Not only does a chapter 7 bankruptcy filing eliminate nearly all consumer debt, but it also puts a stop to detrimental creditor actions. To find out what might happen to a debtor's court cases when they file for bankruptcy, read on. When Creditors File a Lawsuit Getting behind on your bills can prompt a number of actions in an attempt to collect on a debt.

  • When You Are Overwhelmed With Bills: It's Time To Work With A Foreclosure Defense Attorney

    28 March 2019

    If you are at a time in your life when you are overwhelmed with your financial responsibilities, get the support you need. When you own a home and you don't want to lose your home in a foreclosure sale, you have some choices. Sitting back and ignoring the problem until it's too late is never going to benefit you. A foreclosure attorney can talk to you about stalling your foreclosure through bankruptcy or preventing the foreclosure completely if you are trying to save your home.

  • Uncovering Hidden Divorce Assets

    23 February 2019

    When a couple is happily married, hiding assets is not likely to enter your spouse's mind. Unfortunately, marriages that are coming to an end could cause a spouse to take protective actions. It's vital that you have an accurate accounting of all marital assets when going through a divorce. Read on to learn more about identifying marital property, signs of duplicity, and how to deal with hidden assets. Identifying Marital Property