How To Know When to Download a Legal Form

By | January 11, 2012

Downloading a legal form – if you’ve never done it – can be quite the learning experience. Not only do you see how easy it can be, but you start to get more knowledge about the same legal forms you were curious about. You get a deeper understanding of the legal process of contracts and signed documents.

Been Pulled Over? Know Your Legal Rights

By | January 9, 2012

Getting pulled over by a police officer can be an anxiety-inducing moment for anyone, even those who know that they haven’t done anything wrong. But while too many people channel their anxiety into aggression for the police officer, it’s important to first understand what your rights are – and what the officer’s rights are, as well. Here are… Read More »

Consider These Alternatives to Filing Bankruptcy

By | January 6, 2012

While the protections that come with filing bankruptcy might sound like a major relief to many people in debt, it’s important to remember the long-lasting ramifications bankruptcy can have on your financial life. For some people, these ramifications are well worth the protections – but for others, filing bankruptcy just might be an unnecessary backwards step on the… Read More »

When Can A Will Be Properly Contested?

By | December 27, 2011

Contesting a will can be a difficult decision – and it can have difficult consequences. Problems from inheritance have plagued mankind for millennia, and even in modern times, there are never any easy solutions for everyone. At some point, if a will is being contested, someone is going to end up unhappy. But it’s important to understand when… Read More »

When Is It Time to Hire a Divorce Lawyer?

By | December 23, 2011

If you’ve come to this article because of a troublesome relationship with a spouse, you know just how tough these situations can be. A marriage is a major investment – not only of money and time, but of your own emotions, your hopes for the future, and countless sacrifices. Talking about getting a divorce seems to erase all… Read More »

What You Need to Know About Workplace Lawsuits

By | December 21, 2011

Trouble in the workplace can be a major issue for a lot of people. After all, you likely spend around 40 hours a week at your place of work – time that could otherwise be spent with friends and family. A hostile work environment can put a damper on your entire daily routine, and the fact that you… Read More »

What Product Liability Means to Your Potential Lawsuit

By | December 19, 2011

We’ve all heard the stories in the news: a product has failed, and someone who was hurt or injured as a result of that failure is filing a lawsuit. It might seem like an unlikely scenario – at least, until product liability becomes a major part of your life.

How to Pass More Money to Your Loved Ones

By | December 16, 2011

If it’s taken you a lifetime to build up a nest egg that can help you retire comfortably and provide for the future well-being of your family, then it only follows logically that you won’t want to part with that nest egg. Yet that’s exactly what so many Americans do when they ignore the issues of estate planning,… Read More »

Hiring Someone Soon? Learn These Three Legal Tips

By | December 14, 2011

Hiring an employee is not as simple as it once was. Payroll taxes, social security, long lines for job interviews – they all make the entire process seem convoluted and bloated. But if you really need to add labor to your company, it’s important that you’re able to navigate the legal minefield of new hires without ever feeling… Read More »

Three Keys to Determining Fault in an Automobile Accident

By | December 9, 2011

Determining who is at fault in your automobile accident can have a greater impact on your financial life than you might even be aware. Not only are there future insurance implications on the line, but the actual damages you’ll be liable for as a result of the accident will be directly impacted. That’s why it’s important to know… Read More »