Have You Been Rejected by Social Security Disability?
Many people who file for disability benefits through social security are rejected. When this happens, you may feel like your options are few and that you will not be able to pay your bills. I have been working with social security on behalf of clients for many years, and I understand why certain applications for disability are rejected and what you can do to be approved. This blog will help you understand the process of assessing a disability claim and specific steps you can take to increase your chances of being approved for disability payments. When you are hurt and cannot work, you may need legal help to get disability payments. This blog can help.
One of the responsibilities that you'll face when …
When your financial situation is bad, it can resul …
Often when young couples get married, they are bro …
Drafting wills and trusts with the help of an atto …
Divorce is rough -- particularly when your spouse …
One of the responsibilities that you'll face when you're the executor of someone's estate is deciding what to do with the person's assets. Generally, the person's last will and testament will outline his or her wishes regarding financial and other assets, but the reality is that you'll have a number of other possessions that you need to deal with. Giving family members and close friends the ability to select certain items that they want can help to narrow down the number of items, but you'll likely still have a large job when it comes to getting rid of them.
When your financial situation is bad, it can result in a dark cloud over almost everything. Once you make the decision to get your financial life in order by filing for bankruptcy, however, you will begin to see the clouds lift away. It might be difficult to imagine but you will be offered the opportunity to use credit again, so read on and get some tips for coping with those offers when they begin to arrive in your mailbox.
Often when young couples get married, they are broke, living check to check, and trying to pull their funds together to buy assets and to make smart financial decisions. If you know that you are in line to inherit money, make a large amount of money, or that you may come into business ownership or other ventures, you want to talk with a lawyer about getting a prenuptial agreement.
This isn't the most romantic thing to talk about when you are ready to wed, but it's something that can save you from a lot of complications later on.
Drafting wills and trusts with the help of an attorney who specializes in such matters requires you to make some important decisions about your assets and who in your life will get them. For some people, these decisions are easy — for example, lots of people divide their assets evenly among their children. For others, however, a complicated family situation may present some challenges. If you have a blended family, you'll need to give some careful consideration to your relationships with each person and how you want your assets to be divided in the event of your passing.
Divorce is rough -- particularly when your spouse won't co-operate. It's particularly problematic to deal with a spouse that pulls a disappearing act before he or she can be served with the notice that you've filed. Some spouses simply refuse to accept the reality that a marriage is over and will go to great lengths to avoid letting it happen.
It's not the court's job to get a copy of your Complaint for Divorce and other relevant papers to your spouse.