Automatic Drafts And Bankruptcy: Taking Action
15 March 2019
Paying bills by automatic draft is convenient and ensures that we don't forget about them. Unfortunately, the time may come when paying any bill becomes an anxiety-filled chore. When it becomes too much juggle the house payment, credit card bills, grocery money, and more, it may be time to consider filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are some additional considerations when some of your bills are taken automatically from your checking account, so read on to learn more.
Topics To Evaluate Before You Waive Your Right To Spousal Support
14 February 2019
In many divorce cases, the spouse who has a right to spousal support will work hard with his or her attorney to get as much financial support as possible. There are other scenarios, however, in which this partner may waive his or her right to this money. Doing so is a move that you might make for a number of reasons, many of which may be deeply personal to you. However, waiving your right to spousal support isn't a decision that you should take lightly.
What To Talk Over Before Renouncing Citizenship
7 January 2019
Moving to a new nation can be well worth it, especially if you have more opportunities in the new place than you had at home. For some countries, moving and becoming a citizen means that you must give up the prior citizenship that you had in your birth country. If you have gone through receiving citizenship in one country and you now need to renounce your citizenship for back home, you will need to make sure that all of your affairs are in order first.
What Is Actually Covered By Civil Rights Law
28 November 2018
Civil rights law can seem very abstract to people, and folks often struggle with figuring out when a particular case ought to be taken to an attorney who works in the field. Under American law, a civil rights case is one that includes questions about discrimination that allegedly occurred as a result of a victim's race, ethnicity, religious identity, perceived physical or mental disabilities, or age. The main laws that have empowered people to pursue such cases are fairly recent, and they include the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Housing Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.