Tips for Recovering from a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The decision to declare bankruptcy is a tough one, and one usually born of sleepless nights and anguished worries of what's to come. It's only natural to feel that way, since most people are extremely reluctant to admit that their financial situation has gotten so out of control that they have no alternative but bankruptcy. You should know, however, that your financial situation will begin improve the moment you file, and will only get better from there on. [Read More]

When You're Not Married: Finding A Palimony Lawyer When You Are Separating From A Partner

When you live with another individual as a couple, but you never get married, it can be difficult to divide your assets in the event of a breakup. The laws that apply to married couples in a divorce as they separate property do not pertain to unmarried couples unless the couple lives in one of the few states that has common law marriage or domestic partnerships. When two people aren't married, any property in each person's name and any debt that one has is the separate property of that individual. [Read More]

Need To Consolidate Debt? Don'T Make These 3 Mistakes

Are you currently suffering from debt, and not sure what to do about it? It's possible to consolidate your debts to take back control of them. Those debts with a high interest rate can be consolidated with a lender that has a much lower rate, making them more manageable to pay back. Before you jump into debt consolidation, know not to make these 3 mistakes. Not Consulting A Professional Consolidating your debt is a wonderful option for some people, but it isn't the only option that you have. [Read More]

A Guide To Breach Of Contract Issues For Brokers And Agents That A Residential Real Estate Lawyer Can Help With

If you are a real estate broker or agent, you are likely to already be familiar with the possibility of being sued after a real estate deal has completed or even as the result of a failed real estate transaction. Unfortunately, there is the very real possibility that a lawsuit could result in significant financial loss. Even if the case is ultimately decided in your favor or it is dropped prior to making it to court, the issue could result in the loss of future income because of the bad PR. [Read More]