Starting Over - Life After Bankruptcy

Injured Due To Negligence? Why You Need A Personal Injury Lawyer

Negligence comes in many different forms. Slip-and-falls might initially come to mind because these can occur if a store worker happens to mop the floor and forgets to put out a sign notifying others about the wet area. However, there are other types of negligence that may not be as obvious. Psychological negligence can happen and the injury may even take place because a neighbor mistakenly lets their new dog out without realizing they would bite you. Read More 

Why You Should Seek A Lawyer’s Help When Buying Real Estate Property

Due diligence on a real estate purchase opportunity involves hiring a qualified and experienced real estate lawyer to help you make an informed decision about financing the transaction. There are several legal aspects of the transaction the lawyer can look into to help you avoid problems once you have purchased the property. Here are some crucial legal aspects of a real estate purchase that a lawyer can help you address before the closure of the transaction. Read More 

Preparing For A Child Custody Hearing

Going to a child custody hearing can be a very stressful experience. You might be worried that any mistakes you make could be used against you. However, if you speak to a child custody attorney before the hearing, you might have an easier time winning your case.  Learn About the Child Custody Laws in Your State Speak with your attorney about which child custody laws would be the most relevant to you. Read More 

3 Basic Responsibilities Of A Real Estate Tax Attorney

Buying a home or investment property is a capital-intensive venture. You should make sure the process runs smoothly to avoid losing money or wasting more time than necessary in the process. There is also a lot of tax issues connected to the real estate, and like most people, you probably don't understand the real estate taxation law. A competent lawyer ensures that they settle all legal tax issues connected to the property to avert potential conflicts, disputes, or legal battles. Read More 

The Basic Principles and Steps of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Using bankruptcy to receive debt relief is a smart move for many people. While some people benefit from Chapter 7, others benefit from Chapter 13. Your attorney can determine which branch you should use. If the attorney suggests Chapter 13, it is likely because that is the branch that would provide the most relief to you. If you plan to use this branch, here are the basic principles and steps you will follow. Read More