Is An Ex Suing You For Verbal Harassment? What To Know
24 March 2016
If you have someone claiming that you have verbally sexually harassed them, either in person or via an electronic device, you want to talk with a lawyer right away. You want to get on top of the problem right away, and come up with your defense.
If you were sending pictures of your private parts or talking in an inappropriate manner, it may be more difficult to get out of the charges.
4 Things To Do Before Filing For Divorce
9 March 2016
A divorce can be a very emotional process, and in some cases, a lot of anger and resentment can be present on both sides. But when it comes to the dissolution of a marriage, it is important to try to remain level-headed and rational. Being organized and thinking clearly can help ensure that the divorce proceeds smoothly and that you have a plan for living life as a single person. If you believe that a divorce is in the near future, take the following steps:
How A Personal Injury Settlement Is Affected By Your Bankruptcy Case
11 February 2016
Personal injury settlements become part of your bankruptcy in a couple of ways. The settlement can be added to your bankruptcy estate or it could be added to your personal assets. How the settlement will be handled to pay off your creditors will be determined by the trustee of the bankruptcy estate and the type of bankruptcy protection chapter you filed. Here is how a bankruptcy estate works and how the type of bankruptcy chapter you filed affects your settlement.
Examples Of Situations That May Trigger The Replacement Of An Estate Executor
25 January 2016
A probate court will be reluctant to interfere in an executor's work as long as he or she is working within the directions of the decedent or for the benefit of the estate. However, this doesn't mean that an executor's job is guaranteed to last the duration of the estate. Situations that may call for the replacement of the executor include:
There Is a Conflict Of Interest
An executor can only perform his or her duties to the estate if he or she doesn't have an interest in it.