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Is Probate Expensive?

Is Probate Expensive?

Thinking about your own mortality is not something anyone likes to do, but it’s important so you don’t leave your loved ones with a mess after you’re gone. Knowing what documents you need and what goes into each document is confusing. That’s why it can be important to get help … Continue reading

5 Symptoms to Watch for After a Car Accident

5 Symptoms to Watch for After a Car Accident

Injuries are not always apparent immediately following a car accident. Sometimes, it can take a person days or even weeks to feel the full effect of a trauma, which is why it is necessary to go to a doctor following an accident regardless of your initial pain level. While auto collisions can … Continue reading

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Motorcycle accidents can wreak more havoc on the body than car accidents. Considering the amount of damage that can occur when motorcycle riders sustain accident-related injuries, riders may need extended recovery time and financial support during that period. When a lengthy recovery is necessary, medical expenses and debt from lost … Continue reading

Social Security Lawyer FAQ:  How can a social security lawyer help me with my claim?

Social Security Lawyer FAQ:  How can a social security lawyer help me with my claim?

Although many people think that filing for social security should be relatively easy, it is actually more often than not, a challenge. An average of 75% of people will be denied social security after applying for it their first time (and without a social security lawyer). Being denied can be … Continue reading

Workers’ Compensation When Driving Back to a Home-Based Office

Workers’ Compensation When Driving Back to a Home-Based Office

Workers’ compensation claims can become more difficult when you work from home. Workers’ compensation normally begins to cover you when you drive on company business, not for a commute. When you work from home, it can be more difficult to understand what’s covered. Employers will often try to deny claims … Continue reading

What to Do When Your Loved One Is Neglected in a Nursing Home

What to Do When Your Loved One Is Neglected in a Nursing Home

As much as you’d love to take care of your loved ones in your own home, you may not have the time, money, space or patience to care for them. This is why many families pay to have their loved ones live in nursing homes. In most cases, the family … Continue reading

Are There Legal Ramifications for Elder Abuse?

Are There Legal Ramifications for Elder Abuse?

It’s incredibly difficult to come to terms with the fact that someone you love is being abused or mistreated – especially in an environment where you believed they were safe. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 500,000 adults over the age of 60 are … Continue reading

Does Spousal Support Get Discharged if You File For Bankruptcy?

Does Spousal Support Get Discharged if You File For Bankruptcy?

During a divorce settlement, it may have been established that one spouse pays recurring payments to the other in spousal support. This arrangement may have been created so that one spouse doesn’t endure severe financial hardship as a result of the separation. In many cases, spousal support is used for … Continue reading

4 Times to Consider a Lawyer for Debt Settlement

4 Times to Consider a Lawyer for Debt Settlement

Debt happens. Unfortunately, it often doesn’t sleep, as interest builds and builds until you find yourself in a difficult situation. You might have creditors threatening to send your bills to collections, debt collection agencies calling you and could be in a world of confusion because you currently don’t have a … Continue reading

Dropping Your Married Surname After Divorce: 4 Steps

Dropping Your Married Surname After Divorce: 4 Steps

Divorce can change your life in many ways, and unless you have children with your ex-spouse that require you to co-parent, you may want to cut ties completely before starting a new life. One way to do this is to legally reclaim your maiden name; however, you may not be … Continue reading