Bankruptcy: Deciding If It Is Right For You

No Will? Who Gets Access to a Deceased Love One’s Bank Account?

Even in today’s time, many people still do not have a will. Around 55 percent of Americans do not have a will or an estate plan in place. A will is a legal document that expresses your wishes of what to do regarding the distribution of your property. If your deceased loved one does not […]

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The NECC Pharmacy Case: An Example Of Why Joint And Separate Trials Are Done

One of the nation’s deadliest outbreaks of fungal meningitis in decades was utterly preventable—except that the compounding pharmacy sending out the massive quantities of injectable steroids to pain clinics in numerous states ignored obvious problem signs, like visible mold in the lab and discolored medication. Now, the first defendant is set to go on trial […]

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What Are You Deposed To Do? What To Know About Personal Injury Depositions

If you have filed suit against an at-fault driver or other negligent party, you should understand that you are now dealing with a historical and regimented legal system that includes several steps. To get from the moment of your injury to the ultimate goal, compensation, can seem like a long journey. It may help to […]

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What To Do When You Need An Attorney But Are Low On Funds

When it comes to legal matters, there is simply no substitute for being represented by a competent attorney.  Their skill and expertise can make all the difference, especially if you’re attempting to gain restitution from another party because of a negligent situation.  However, the assistance you receive from an attorney can sometimes be a bit […]

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Providing Fair And Equal Hiring Opportunities: 3 Tips To Determining To Analyzing Criminal Records Of Potential Employees

Although you should run a background check on all potential employees, you should know that approximately 65 million Americans have some type of a criminal history. Not all crimes are equal, and some are more severe than others. Rather than throwing out any resume or application with a ding in the background check, use these […]

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Filing for SSA Disability? Three Practical Tips for Handling Rapidly Changing Medical Information

A lot of people file their social-security disability claims as soon as it becomes clear that they can’t work any longer—but they may not even know exactly what’s wrong with them yet. When your medical information is rapidly evolving, there are things that you need to do in order to keep your social-security claim going […]

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When You Are Injured At A Sporting Event

The United States is a sports loving nation. During the fall, you will find millions of people glued to their televisions watching football and baseball. A few lucky people get to attend these events in person. Although these excursions are usually safe, enjoyable trips, occasionally someone is injured in the stands. If you do suffer […]

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When You’re Not The Breadwinner: Planning For Divorce Before Asking For One

It’s a tough to make the decision to file for a divorce. If you are a stay-at-home parent and your spouse is the one that makes all the money, some careful preparation before you ask for a divorce can help you in the short term. While you may want to say something right away once you […]

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Are You Required To Make A Child Visit A Co-Parent When They Don’T Want To?

Most parents want to have good relationships with their children but, unfortunately, things don’t always work out that way. One problem that can develop when people with children get divorced is the kids may not want to spend time with the second parent. This can put custodial parents in a tough situation and unsure of […]

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Help! How Can You Get Out of a Co-Signed Lease?

According to MyApartmentMap.com, the average monthly apartment rent, as of August 11, 2016, is $1,088 for a studio apartment, $1,030 for a one-bedroom apartment, $1,275 for a two-bedroom apartment, and $1,611 for a three-bedroom apartment. Due to these high rates and because some renters do not have the credit to apply for a lease on […]

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