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Personal Injury Law

Thursday, September 30th, 2021

A personal injury can disrupt your life in various ways. As a result of a personal injury, you may have to go through physical pain and accept significant life changes, such as getting used to being in a wheelchair. We understand what you go through at every stage of your life after a personal injury...  read more

What to Consider During a Divorce?

Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

Every couple faces challenges during their marriage. In certain circumstances, these challenges can make it extremely difficult for people to hold on their status of being happily married. You must know that there is nothing wrong with filing for divorce if you have carefully evaluated all the other options. Cooperative Divorce Vs. Collaborative Divorce: Most...  read more

What to Consider When Selecting a Power of Attorney

Monday, August 30th, 2021

Power of Attorney is a legal document that essentially states that the person you name (also often referred to as a Power of Attorney but legally often called the Principal or Attorney-in-Fact) has your full authority to make decisions on your behalf. The Principal can sign contracts, sell your possessions, make financial transactions, and even...  read more

Will My Business Bankruptcy Affect My Personal Finances?

Sunday, August 15th, 2021

Business bankruptcy, just like personal bankruptcy, is a tool that can help you get a handle on your business expenses and debt. It can save your business if you use it correctly. However, many business owners are hesitant to do so because they are concerned that it will affect their personal finances. Does it? That...  read more

What to Do If Your Executor Stops Doing their Job

Tuesday, July 27th, 2021

Losing a loved one can be very hard, but the situation can be made even worse if their estate doesn’t pass through probate quickly and easily. Many people find that they can’t really get a sense of closure until probate is over. However, if the estate’s executor doesn’t seem to be doing their job, probate...  read more

Has the COVID-19 Pandemic Changed Bankruptcy?

Thursday, July 15th, 2021

The COVID-19 global pandemic has affected many areas of life, including bankruptcies. If you’re considering bankruptcy, understanding how the pandemic has affected the process may help you determine if it’s the right move for you. Because most of these changes are temporary, you may decide you need to file now in order to take advantage...  read more

Can You File Bankruptcy While Unemployed?

Thursday, June 24th, 2021

One of the most common questions people ask is if they can file for bankruptcy if they have lost their jobs. Without a steady income, it’s easy to quickly fall behind on financial obligations and find bankruptcy as your only choice. Fortunately, yes, many people do declare bankruptcy while they are unemployed. There are a...  read more

What Happens if Your Executor Resigns?

Tuesday, June 15th, 2021

While it doesn’t often happen, there is a legal process in place for the executor of an estate to resign from that position. When this occurs, it does often mean that the probate process comes to a temporary halt, but this delay may not be very long. If you are an executor who is considering...  read more

Why It’s Important to Update Your Will

Sunday, May 30th, 2021

If you’ve written a will, you may feel like your estate is now protected. However, while that is true for your current situation, it’s not necessarily the case for the future. Your will needs to be updated regularly because your life, and your estate, is likely to change. Here are a few reasons why it’s...  read more

Is Bankruptcy Different if You’re Self-Employed?

Saturday, May 15th, 2021

Being self-employed has many benefits. You get to set your own hours, decide what clients you take on, and much more. You’re the boss, and at the end of the day, all decisions are yours. However, there are some downsides to self-employment. If you’ve ever tried to apply for a mortgage, for example, you know...  read more