Purchasing a foreclosed home can be an excellent way to save money whether you plan to live in it, use it to build rental income, or fix it and flip it. The key is knowing about some of the common pitfalls so you don't end up buying someone else's problem and making it your own. The following are some things to watch for. #1: Check with the city and county
28 June 2017
If you've recently been injured in an auto accident, you may have been far more focused on your physical injuries (and what it may take to recover physically) than on the legal or financial aspects of your claim. Unraveling the "who pays?" question can often be both a literal and a figurative pain in the neck, and financial and insurance matters may be the last thing you want to deal with when facing physical difficulties.
26 June 2017
Were you recently bitten by your neighbor's dog? You may never have expected that the dog would come and attack you. Did you know that over 350,000 people who live in the United States end up in the emergency room as a result of a dog attack each year? Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for these kinds of attacks to take place. Now that you were attacked, you may be suffering from a serious injury.
21 June 2017
Bankruptcy is not an issue that you want to take lightly, and if you find yourself already in dire financial straights, you may find yourself with a lot to worry about. Not sure if you should file for bankruptcy? You have options. This guide will help you make a decision. 1. You Are Facing Legal Trouble Are you being threatened with lawsuits in regards to your debt? Debt collectors may be influencing your decision to choose bankruptcy, and for good reason.
17 June 2017
If you've recently been injured on the job, you may have begun the process of filing for workers' compensation benefits through your employer. Workers' compensation is designed to provide employees who are injured with work some funds to pay medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses associated with a sudden and unforeseen injury. However, a recent bill proposed in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives could impact the way drugs are prescribed to those who are currently receiving workers' compensation benefits.
14 June 2017
If you ever receive divorce papers from your spouse, resist the temptation to ignore them even if divorcing your spouse is the last thing on your mind. Failure to respond to divorce papers may attract serious consequences, for example: You May Miss the Hearing The first and immediate effect of your failure to acknowledge the petition is that you may miss your divorce hearing. This is because when a person files for divorce and serves their spouse with the necessary papers, the spouse who has been served has a limited time within which to respond to the sermons.
6 June 2017
Many divorcing couples are faced with a myriad of decisions and situations, with issues like debt and property division, child custody and visitation and more. One issue that often gets overlooked is spousal support, also known as alimony. This form of support is still on the table, but many couples fail to give it its due. Read on for some quick facts about spousal support. 1. Originally, spousal support was a way to give financial support to a spouse who needed help after a separation or divorce.
6 June 2017