2022

Home Loan Relief

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If the COVID-19 pandemic affected your finances and you have been unable to make your mortgage payments in a timely manner, you may be at risk of facing foreclosure in the future. A loan modification process can reduce the amount that you owe your lender. Additionally, you may be able to stop the foreclosure process. Lenders And Terms A lender's objective is to provide funding for a defined term limit. If money is not paid back on time, interest is accrued.

7 September 2022

Can You Object To Requests For Discovery In Your Lawsuit?

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The legal process of discovery is unfamiliar to most people. But when you must pursue a case against an insurance company through litigation, discovery — the ability to obtain certain information or documents from the opposing side — is key to building a strong case.  However, not all requests for information are allowable. You and your attorneys have the right to object to specific interrogatories, document requests, or admissions. On what basis might you object to a request?

8 August 2022

When Distracted Driving Causes An Accident

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All car accidents can be bad. However, it can be particularly irritating to find out that you were hit by another driver and hurt because they were distracted by a device. Distracted driving has quickly become a major problem for those trying to share the roads with others. Read on to find out more. Make the Driver Pay Distracted drivers using a phone to text can be found negligent. Negligence means that the driver failed to use due care and their actions rose above simple carelessness.

13 July 2022

4 Questions About Using A Notary

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Do you need to have legal documents notarized, but have never used a notary before? If so, it will help to know more about this occupation. What Is A Notary?  While most people are used to signing documents and not thinking much of it, there are some cases where a document must be certified that you are the actual person that is putting their signature on the line. This is where a notary comes in to help you out.

13 June 2022

Creating A Living Will? Know These 4 Things

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Are you ready to create a living will, but still a bit confused about what it is and what should be included? Here is what you need to know when creating a living will. Everyone Should Have A Living Will A living will is an essential document that everyone should have. That is because you cannot predict when an emergency will happen, and many decisions need to be made in advance.

11 April 2022

How Challenging Can Your Bankruptcy Petition Be?

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If you've never been through the bankruptcy process, you likely want to know how challenging it might be. A bankruptcy attorney won't be able to give you a clear answer, though, until they've had a look at the specifics of your case. These three considerations tend to come into play. Kind of Bankruptcy Petition Bankruptcies fall into two broad categories. There are liquidation cases where the court sells the petitioner's non-exempt assets to pay creditors before discharging any unpaid debts.

11 April 2022

Hit-And-Run Accidents: What You Need To Know Before Seeking Compensation

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Determining the faulty driver in a collision is pretty easy if all the drivers remain at the scene and await police investigations. But things are different in a hit-and-run accident. The claim process is usually more complicated, and you may give up on the lawsuit since you and the police aren't aware of the other driver's identity.  However, you don't have to despair when working with a motor vehicle accident lawyer.

9 March 2022

Three Things A Mother Needs To Do In Order To Regain Custody Of Her Child

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If you are a parent who has lost custody of their child, you likely want to regain custody. However, once the courts have taken away your child, it is not always easy to get your child back. The good news is that it is not only possible, but it happens routinely in family courts. It is imperative to seek legal advice from a family attorney, but the following are a few general things you will need to do to regain custody.

25 January 2022