If you want to dissolve your marriage, one of the options you have at your disposal is an annulment. Annulments are similar to a divorce, except it legally makes it as if your marriage never existed. After the annulment, you can go back to calling yourself single rather than divorced. If you want to know more about an annulment and wonder if it's right in your case, then here are some questions and answers about annulments.
9 August 2017
There are many people who are thinking of a divorce. Since divorce is all around, and nearly everyone knows someone who has been divorced you might think that you understand the process of divorce. However, there still are some misconceptions about divorce that should be cleared up. Here are some things you should know. 1. You Will Have To Pay Your Own Divorce Bills One of the biggest stressors for people during a divorce is the money.
1 August 2017
Your first meeting with your lawyer is important in determining how smoothly your legal issues will be resolved. You need to know how to deal with your first interview to set yourself out on the right track toward getting the outcome you seek. The following are five things you should make sure you do when you meet with your lawyer for the first time: Be upfront about your legal issues
25 July 2017
If you've always dreamed of owning your own business, you may feel as though a restaurant will provide you with the best starting point. But unless you've spent a lifetime honing heirloom family recipes or designing your own unique takes on classic recipes, you may find yourself at somewhat of a loss when it comes to branding and creating a menu for your own restaurant. Purchasing a franchise license instead may provide you with the opportunity to own a restaurant or other food service establishment that has already demonstrated broad appeal and a healthy customer base, taking away much of the uncertainty you may feel as you dive into this venture.
18 July 2017
A denial for Social Security disability benefits can be disheartening. However, it could mean that you will not receive the financial and medical assistance that you need. If you are denied, you can file an appeal. Before doing so, consider these questions. What Was the Reason for the Denial? After the denial, you must decide on an argument for the appeal. The best place to start is by reviewing the denial letter that you received.
11 July 2017
Divorce records are maintained by county wherein the divorcing couples received their divorce decree. If you need copies of anything from your divorce paperwork, your divorce attorney may have them. Otherwise, if your divorce is older than a few years, you may still be able to get copies from the county courthouse where you got your divorce. Just be aware of the fact that there are some limitations and differences between the online documents and the "
13 April 2017
Have you been injured while at work? Does it seem like you're never going to be compensated for your injury? While you might hope that workers compensation will kick in as soon as you file a claim, this isn't always so. Unfortunately, you may have to do more than simply file a basic claim in order to see any money. Finding a lawyer who can help you with your case may be the best option.
10 April 2017
If you have a house you want to sell but cannot find a buyer for it, you may run across a person that would like to buy your house on contract. Selling a house on contract can be a great opportunity for a homeowner, but it also has some risks attached to it. Here are three of the risks you may have if you decide to go through with this.
4 April 2017
The government is usually immune from injury lawsuits, including those related to car accidents caused by government employees. However, there are exceptions that may allow you to sue the government if one of its drivers crashes into you. Here are three examples of situations in which your car accident case against the government might succeed: You Were Hit By a Grossly Negligent Driver Many states have raised the threshold for government lawsuits from ordinary negligence to gross negligence.
29 March 2017
Being harassed by your supervisor after suffering an injury at work that wasn't your fault is unacceptable. If he or she has been denying you time off of work and simply demoted you to a lower position, you don't have to accept it. There is something that can be done legally, and you might be able to take time off without losing your job. You just have to take the right steps to handle the situation in a legal manner so everything will work out in your favor.
17 March 2017