Filing For Bankruptcy? Why You Should Consider Opting For Chapter 13

Bankruptcy is a protection that was put in place to protect people from total financial ruin. It doesn't take much for a person to fall into a situation where it becomes impossible for them to handle their debts. A single medical bill could be enough to wipe out your savings and if you go without work for a long time you could eventually get so behind that you just can't catch up. [Read More]

3 Tips For Negotiating A Plea Deal For DUI

Were you recently arrested for drunk driving? If so, you're likely concerned about the outcome and the expense. A DUI conviction can lead to hefty fines, a suspended license, community service, and even jail time. There are also court fees and your attorney's compensation. When it's all said and done, your DUI could cost you thousands of dollars. If it goes to trial, the cost could be even greater. Of course, there is a way to minimize the cost and eliminate the uncertainty about the outcome. [Read More]

4 Questions to Ask a Probate Realtor Before Hiring Them

If you're an executor of someone's estate, or you've been tasked with the responsibility of selling a decedent's home, one of the first steps will be finding a real estate agent who can handle the process with care and integrity. But you don't want to hire just anyone; you need someone who understands the delicate process involved. Here are four great questions to ask a probate realtor before hiring them for the job. [Read More]

The Driver's Perspective: Understanding How Fault Is Assigned In An Auto-Pedestrian Accident

If you are in an accident involving a pedestrian, then you may feel you have no chance to recover damages for the harm you suffered, even if you believe the pedestrian to be at fault. However, despite a common belief that a pedestrian can't be held liable for causing a car accident in which they are injured, the reality is they can be legally responsible in many circumstances. The difference in exactly how much responsibility each party bears varies from state to state. [Read More]