By now, you already know that you have two main options when filing for bankruptcy — Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Which option is suitable for you will depend on various factors, like your financial situation and how you want to achieve debt freedom.
Sometimes, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is your only option. For example, if you have too much income, you may not qualify for Chapter 7. And, even if you're eligible for Chapter 7, there are situations when filing for Chapter 13 is more advantageous.
After you have been approved of SSDI benefits, you will not necessarily be approved for these benefits forever. The SSA will look for evidence that you no longer qualify for benefits and will then send you a notification that informs you that your benefits will be terminated. This helps ensure that there are enough benefits for everyone. However, there are some cases in which the SSDI might mistakenly deny you benefits when you should still qualify.
Will you soon be going through the probate process and don't know what to expect? If so, it helps to know what your probate lawyer is going to ask so that you can be well prepared.
What Financial Accounts Currently Exist?
It's important to create a list of all financial accounts that the estate has, which includes checking and savings accounts, credit cards, and investment trading accounts. This will be one of the first steps, which is to determine how much cash is on hand to help pay for expenses associated with the probate process.
Whether you are a custodial or non-custodial parent, it can be challenging to hammer out the details of a child custody agreement. In addition, laws regarding child custody and child support vary from one state to another. As a result, child custody laws can be complicated, and sorting through these issues may require the services of a professional. In these cases hiring a child custody attorney is often your best option for resolving child custody issues.
Drinking and driving is a dangerous combination and even more dangerous when you're in an unfamiliar area while on vacation. Driving while intoxicated can lead to criminal charges and civil lawsuits, as well as the loss of driving privileges, especially if the drunk driver crashed and killed someone. At this point, the charge would be that of aggravated DUI and vehicular homicide.
If you got a call from your vacationing loved one after they were charged with an aggravated DUI and/or vehicular homicide, it's crucial that you help your loved one hire a criminal defense lawyer.