Making the decision to file for bankruptcy is one that you probably mulled over for awhile, and one that you most likely aren't taking lightly. The process can take some time, and you need to be sure you're doing everything you are supposed to be doing so you don't cause your bankruptcy to be dismissed and have to start the process all over again. This can take even more time and end up costing you more money that you don't have.
Have you been injured through no fault of your own? Is it starting to feel like you're never going to be fairly compensated for your injuries? No matter how or where you got injured, it's not uncommon to have to struggle with the various insurance companies before you see a single dime. Fortunately, you do have some options. Your best option is going to include getting an attorney involved with your case.
Arbitration clauses are sneaky little things that have cropped up in all sorts of agreements. Whether you take out a gym membership, sign up for a yoga class, participate in a sporting event, or anything else that requires you to sign any paperwork, you may inadvertently be signing away your right to sue for damages if you suffer a personal injury.
However, all may not be as it seems. Even if you suddenly find out after a serious injury due to faulty equipment that your gym membership included an arbitration agreement, you may still have the ability to sue -- and you definitely need the services of a personal injury law firm.
School is almost out, and summertime is just around the corner. What does all of that mean? It means a lot of sunbathing and pool parties. Unfortunately, it also means there is a potential risk of swimming pool injuries – even injuries that aren't your fault. For example, you could drown because a lifeguard is too busy texting on his or her phone. You could even suffer a serious skin burn due to a dangerous imbalance of pool chemicals.
Is your soon-to-be ex-spouse threatening to take your children away from you so that you'll never see them again? When parents go through an acrimonious divorce, these sorts of threats aren't uncommon. However, that isn't as easily done as some people imagine. Learn more about your rights as a parent and the difficulties of a petition for sole custody.
There has to be a reason for sole custody.
For a court to award sole custody of the children to only one parent, there has to be a very good reason and that reason has to be centered around the child.