What Should You Be Telling Your Family About Your Estate Planning?
4 January 2017
Like many people who are planning what will happen with their assets after they pass away, you might be limiting many of your financial planning discussions to your estate attorney only. However, being able to talk to your family about the issues that will affect them when you die is important for many reasons. For one thing, they can start to process their feelings about what your plans are while you're still around to discuss them; they can also offer input and suggestions that will make everything easier for all of you.
Back To School: Bankruptcy Educational Requirements
15 December 2016
If your financial situation has worsened and you are thinking about declaring bankruptcy, you should know that there are some additional requirements that attempt to ensure that you learn from your financial mistakes. Read on to learn more about these classes that you must take before you can get your bankruptcy finalized.
The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 was a powerful bit of legislation aimed at preventing people from having to declare bankruptcy again and again.
Three Personal Injury Law Notions And Misconceptions
15 December 2016
Suffering accidental injuries can be a devastating experience for your physical and financial health as well as your quality of life. Sadly, misconceptions about personal injury lawsuits can discourage people from fighting for justice when they have been victimized by an accident that resulted in major injuries, expenses, or damages.
Myth: You Must Accept The Offer From The Insurance Company
For many major accidents, the person responsible will have insurance that should pay for the damages and losses you suffered.
Getting Your Disability Benefits Back After You Lost Them
28 November 2016
Once you have Social Security disability benefits, you can remain on disability indefinitely or you can return to work. If you choose to return to work, you have to be very careful about the sum of money you make every month, or you could lose your benefits. If you lose your benefits because SSA now considers you "gainfully employed" and therefore no longer disabled, it may be even more difficult for you to regain your disability benefits in the future.