Not everyone in this world dies debt-free. It would be nice if that could happen, but more often than not, people die and leave large, looming debts. The big problem here is that these debts are often attached to property that is promised in a will to an heir. So, what can you do about that? There are two ways to address this problem using bankruptcy laws and filings, but they can be somewhat complicated. [Read More]
Is That Search Warranted?
You may have seen countless television dramas where a vehicle is routinely searched during a traffic stop, usually leading to the findings of something incriminating. Real life differs a lot from fiction, but you may have wondered what rights a vehicle owner does have when it comes to searches. Read on for an exploration of your rights to a search when there is no warrant presented. Would you give your permission for a search? [Read More]
Divorcing On Your Terms: 3 Types Of Evidence That Can Be Used To Prove Emotional Abuse
After your spouse has locked you down with marriage, their demeanor may change significantly. The once loving partner you've had might eventually show their true colors and start to abuse you not physically, but emotionally. Emotional abuse comes in many forms and is considered to be a type of domestic violence. Once you realize that you're the victim of abuse, get out of the marriage and file for divorce. Establishing the fact that there was emotional abuse may be beneficial to your case although it can be difficult to prove at times. [Read More]
Getting The Most Out Of A Lawsuit: Stay Focused On Providing Proof Of Your Injuries
When you are hurt because of the negligence or willful act of another person, you are entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit for compensation. While there are other reasons to file a personal injury lawsuit such as product liability or medical neglect, you don't have to understand the intricacies of the law to have a viable lawsuit. Once you meet with an attorney to discuss the merits of your case, your job is to stay focused on your medical attention in order to provide proof of your injuries. [Read More]