Do You Have To Accept A Wage Garnishment?

Wage garnishment can affect your ability to fulfill your financial needs. Before and after the garnishment has been granted, you can act to possibly prevent or stop it. If you are facing a garnishment, here is what you need to know: Can Bankruptcy Help? One of the most commonly used options for stopping a wage garnishment is to file for bankruptcy. An automatic stay is issued once the petition for bankruptcy is filed with the court. Read More 

A Guide To A Trucking Accident Injury Case

Being a truck driver comes with certain inherent risks, so it is important that you do all you can to mitigate them. You will want to prepared for a truck accident case, whether it ends with an insurance claim, a court of law or an out of court settlement. You also need to be ready whether you were at fault or the other driver was. These cases are serious business, so keep the following tips handy in order to be prepared and aware as you drive. Read More 

Avoid Unexpected Problems: Why You Need To Hire A Real Estate Attorney

When you buy a home, you hope that the process will go smoothly, and most of the time it does. However, there are times when the purchase of a home can go south quickly. When it does, you may need to reach out to a real estate lawyer. Unfortunately, by that time, the damage may be so significant that your attorney won't be able to provide much assistance. That's why you need to hire a real estate attorney before the transaction goes south. Read More 

Is An Independent Medical Examination Always Required After A Car Accident?

In some instances, after receiving a claim for injuries suffered in a car accident, insurance companies will ask for a medical examination. The independent medical examination, or IME, is not requested for every case, but depending on several factors, it could be necessary. If you were injured in a car accident and the insurance company is requiring an IME before paying your claim, here is what you need to know. Read More 

Tips For A Friendly Divorce

Divorce is going to be hard and emotionally stressful no matter what you do, but you don't have to let this stress further fracture the relationship between you and your former spouse. If you must continue to remain in each other's lives, such as if you have kids, then it is in everyone's best interest to make the divorce as amicable as possible. The following tips can help you do just that. Read More