Four Common Types Of Disputes A Business Litigation Lawyer Can Assist With

Posted on: 29 December 2019

Business litigation is a very vague term. It describes any sort of legal action taken by a business or legal action that may occur against a business. A business litigation lawyer can help businesses with the legal action that may be taken against them. Here are some of the most common types of legal disputes a business litigation lawyer can assist with: Employee Contract Disputes One of the types of disputes that a business litigation lawyer can help with is employee contract disputes.
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How To Cope With Your Social Security Disability Insurance Appeal Hearing

Posted on: 4 December 2019

As you have probably heard, being approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) almost never happens without an appeal hearing. This hearing takes place once you have applied and been turned down, and its importance cannot be overestimated. For some tips on what this hearing involves and how to get approved as a result of it, read on. There's a Deadline – Applicants who are turned down for benefits only have a matter of weeks to request an appeal.
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Small Business Bankruptcy: How Do You Separate Yourself From Your Business And Its Debt, While Still Maintaining A Future For Yo

Posted on: 30 October 2019

Bankruptcy is a big deal, whether you're a struggling head-of-household or a high-flying entrepreneur. The specific type of bankruptcy chosen can mean the difference between financial restoration or disarray, though, especially when it comes to a business filing. As a small business owner, you know you have to make some tough choices now, just as you've done all along.  Whether your business can survive or not is a major deciding factor for you, but so is your personal financial future.
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Why You Don't Want To Sign Divorce Papers Without An Attorney

Posted on: 9 October 2019

Going through a divorce can cost a lot of money. One or both of you may have to move out of the home you shared together, you may have bills that you have to pay on your own now, and then there is the cost of filing the divorce papers through the courthouse. Even though that might seem like more than enough financial responsibility to deal with, you still want to make sure that you are hiring a divorce attorney.
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