Understanding Your Personal Bankruptcy Options

Posted on: 25 September 2015

If you are considering personal bankruptcy, then there are a few things that you should know before proceeding. First of all, what are your options? The two main types of bankruptcy available to you are known as Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The other chapters tend to apply to more unique situations or to businesses. So what is Chapter 7? Chapter 7 is also known as liquidation, which should give you some idea of how the process works.
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Family Law: 3 Things To Know About Prenups

Posted on: 7 September 2015

A prenuptial agreement, also called a prenup, is a legal document that helps to protect your finances and personal property, as well as that of your future spouse. While completely optional, the prenup is recommended in many cases. Whether you want one to protect your current financial status, or you and your spouse both simply want that extra security before getting married, here are some things you should know about prenuptial agreements.
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Protect Your Future Through Engagement And Information - Questions To Ask Your Disability Lawyer

Posted on: 18 August 2015

If you suffer an injury or illness that makes you unable to work and provide for your family, you should be able to take comfort in knowing that social safety nets will provide you with a degree of protection. Unfortunately, the government tends to challenge a sizable portion of disability claims, and if you're struggling with maintaining your composure during the process, it's important that you find help anywhere you can.
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Constructive Possession Charges: When The Drugs Really Weren't Yours!

Posted on: 4 August 2015

Your college roommate seemed like an okay guy to share space with - until the night that the police raided your dorm room and you both ended up arrested because he's been dealing a few drugs to supplement his income. Why would you end up arrested along with him? It's called "constructive possession" and it's used to convict people every day for the possession of illegal drugs, even when they aren't the actual owners.
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