Many people know they need an inventory of their assets when approaching divorce. However, the identity and value of your assets are not the only information you need during a divorce. You need an accurate picture of your finances to get a good divorce settlement. Below is some information you should have. Your Spouse's Income Know your spouse's income from all sources. For example, include the day/main job, business, and bonuses.
1 June 2023
Do you have a friend or family member who died due to others' behavior? If so, you likely want to hold those individuals responsible for their actions. Even if their actions aren't criminal, you can still hold the party responsible in civil court with a wrongful death lawsuit. As the name suggests, a wrongful death lawsuit can be filed when a person's actions lead to another person's death. Below are a few things you and your wrongful death attorneys will need to prove in court to be successful in your wrongful death lawsuit.
28 April 2023
When dealing with a personal injury case, it can be difficult to decide when it's time to push for a high settlement. After all, you don't want to settle for less than what your case is worth, but on the other hand, you don't want to end up in court fighting over every dollar. So how do you decide when the time is right? Take a look at the following tips for help.
29 March 2023
If you are applying for Social Security Disability benefits, it's important to understand that many applicants are denied. The key is to understand your denial letter so that you can adequately form an appeal. There are some key things to look for in your denial letter that will help you do that. Here's a look at some of the most important information. Understand The Timeline For Your Appeal At the top of your denial letter is a decision date.
13 February 2023
Being a dentist is one of the most satisfying professions, as it's always a good feeling knowing that you're responsible for better oral health among many people. On the other hand, it's a career that takes many years to build as one has to complete undergraduate education and then go to a dental school before being registered by their state's and national dental boards. It can be a painful experience and a waste of years of study to lose your practice license over allegations of professional misconduct or malpractice.
6 January 2023