3 Important Steps To Take When Dealing With Debt

Posted on: 21 November 2014

Finding yourself in a financial hole is not something you want to experience. It happens, though, and in order to deal with this situation, these steps can be done. Manage Your Finances The very first thing you should do when facing debt is to manage your finances. Take a look at your assets, and see what you can sell for some quick cash. This may mean trading in your vehicle for a less expensive model or selling clothes you don't really need.
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Why You Should Consider Visiting An Elder Law Attorney

Posted on: 19 November 2014

Whether you are a twenty-something year old individual who is fresh out of college, or a more seasoned person in the twilight years of your life, visiting an elder law attorney, such as Snow James M, may prove to be highly beneficial for you.  Elder law attorneys work with clients to help them plan their estate and final wishes.  They consult with clients and make them aware of their rights so that they will receive all of the benefits that they are entitled to.
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Protecting Yourself Against A Medical Lien

Posted on: 17 November 2014

The average person has no idea what a medical lien is until they've been slapped with one. For many, their first encounter with this type of legal matter is after they have received medical treatment for injuries related to a personal injury case. Medical liens are a process that aims to ensure any party that paid for your treatment is repaid, once you have received compensation in your case. Provider and Hospital and Government liens are the most common.
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After The Courtroom Settlement: Do You Need To Pay Taxes On Your Compensations?

Posted on: 14 November 2014

It's great news when you receive a settlement from a judge in your personal injury case, as you've likely been through a long process to get to that point. After the stress of the courtroom proceedings ends, many individuals start to ask themselves new questions regarding the money won in the settlement that they hadn't considered before: "Is the settlement money I've been awarded taxable?" "If awarded punitive damages, should I be paying taxes on that sum?
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