How Quickly Can You Get Through Bankruptcy?

Posted on: 11 February 2021

The idea of spending a long time going through bankruptcy is something that's hardly appealing to anyone. If you're preparing to file, there's a good chance that you'd like to know how quickly you can get from start to finish. Here are three things a bankruptcy attorney will tell a client about how rapidly they may be able to handle the process. Initial Filings Regardless of the type of bankruptcy you're planning to pursue, the courts like to see filings move quickly.
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5 Signs To Help Executors Recognize A Legally Complex Estate

Posted on: 14 January 2021

Are you an executor of a loved one's will? If so, you probably have a lot of work to do. And while some executors can do the work on their own, complex estates need the help of a lawyer. How can you know whether the estate you are executing is complex or simple? Here are five indicators that it's a complex one.  Complex Estates Have Unusual Assets. Generally, people's estates include things like a primary home, vehicles, bank accounts, and retirement plans.
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3 Important Tips To Keep In Mind About Filing A Long-Term Disability Claim

Posted on: 11 November 2020

If you are disabled and unable to work, or if there is no chance that your physical condition will improve anytime soon, you should file a long-term disability claim. A long-term disability claim gives you access to benefits you can use to support yourself. 1. Submit Your Claim Right Away With a long-term disability, you need to file a claim as soon as possible. You have a small window to file a claim once you know your injury will have a long-term impact on your ability to work.
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5 Ways A Poor Home Sale Contract Could Cause Problems

Posted on: 11 November 2020

If you're not required to hire a real estate attorney for your home purchase or sale, should you still retain one to help with the contracts? The answer is probably yes. Why? While they appear somewhat standard, real estate contracts made by nonprofessionals can be at an even greater risk of failure than most business contracts. Here are some of the most common ways that your contract could cause problems. 
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