A Legal Council Guide
If you are very behind on your student loan payments, the government can take your tax refund each year until it is paid back. This can be detrimental for you if you were expecting this money for an emergency, such as paying your house loan, paying a past due electric bill, or other home bills that you are behind on. Below is some information you should find helpful in getting the government to stop taking your tax refund. Read More»
When you are injured, it can be difficult to battle the insurance companies, struggle to pay hospital bills, worry about your job, and try to pay regular monthly bills. Filing a lawsuit at the same time may feel completely overwhelming. Let these simple tips help you decide if you have a personal injury case.
You should be aware that personal injury claims cannot be sought after a certain period of time. Read More»
Being involved in an auto accident can be an incredibly frightening event. In addition to risking major injuries and the loss of life, you will also be forced to address expensive repair and medical costs. Fortunately, the legal system offers individuals a way to collect damages from the responsible driver, but many people do not realize what steps they need to take to help protect themselves from the financial ramifications of these incidents. Read More»
Having an estate plan is always a good idea. Even young people need an estate plan. This is because you never know when something is going to happen to you. An estate plan will organize your estate so that if something were to happen to you, there would be someone named to care for your minor children, and there would be instructions on how to divide the assets. However, there are some things that you don’t need to include in an estate plan. Read More»
Estate planning is something everyone should do, regardless of your social status or current income. It is an unfortunate misconception that only people who have a certain amount of wealth need to go through the process of planning their estate. By focusing on estate planning, you are able to figure out where your property will go when you pass and protect your family. Here are the important steps involved in planning your estate. Read More»