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Have you recently found yourself facing a legal situation and don't know how to proceed? Is this an incident that requires the assistance of an attorney working on your side? Can you get away with not hiring an attorney? These and many more questions are answered on my website. Having worked as an assistant in the legal world, I have gotten to know quite a bit about different legal situations and have provided you with several examples and pieces of advice that can help you. Hopefully, you will find everything you need to help you through this difficult time in your life.

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Should You Prepackage Your Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?
20 May 2022

Chapter 11 bankruptcy offers many benefits, the bi

Estate Planning Motivation For Single Parents
15 April 2022

Everyone needs to embrace estate planning as early

Need Alimony? Be Ready To Prove It
24 February 2022

Asking for alimony, or spousal support, used to be

Is It Time To Settle Your Divorce? What To Know
17 January 2022

When a divorce is settled, the end is certainly ne

Understanding The Disabling Factors Of Syringomyelia For Social Security Disability Benefits
1 December 2021

Syringomyelia is a rare disorder that causes a flu

Should You Prepackage Your Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 11 bankruptcy offers many benefits, the biggest of which is the ability to discuss your reorganization plan with creditors and negotiate your debt repayment prior to submitting your petition. Called prepackaged bankruptcy, here's more information about this procedure and how to determine if it's the right option for you. Bringing Creditors Onboard In a standard bankruptcy, the petitioner fills out the schedules listing their assets and debts and lets the court work things out with their creditors. Read More 

Estate Planning Motivation For Single Parents

Everyone needs to embrace estate planning as early as possible. Some estate planning tools and benefits are common, while others vary by demographic. Below are some strong reasons for single parents to plan their estates. Childcare Costs According to investopedia.com, parents who give birth to children in 2022 will use approximately $272,049 to raise the children until age 18. The approximation includes housing, food, and clothing, but not college expenses. Read More 

Need Alimony? Be Ready To Prove It

Asking for alimony, or spousal support, used to be different. Women, by and large, received alimony routinely, often without a need to prove anything. That is because alimony was often used to cover the party in the marriage that stayed home and cared for the children and home. Since that was almost always the women, they were awarded alimony. Even though it's still possible to be awarded alimony, the parties, be they women or men, must now show that they need it. Read More 

Is It Time To Settle Your Divorce? What To Know

When a divorce is settled, the end is certainly near. Settlement, in some cases, only comes after months of negotiations and stressful disagreements. A settlement is an agreement, but it's not a simple, single document – it's so much more. Read on and find out more. When Will Your Divorce Settlement Happen? Only when all main divorce issues are decided do settlements happen. Both you and your spouse must agree on several important provisions and, most importantly, the judge must approve of them. Read More 

Understanding The Disabling Factors Of Syringomyelia For Social Security Disability Benefits

Syringomyelia is a rare disorder that causes a fluid-filled cyst called a syrinx to form inside the spinal cord. The fluid found inside the cyst is the result of a blockage that is the result of a tumor, spinal trauma, or Chiari malformation. The symptoms of syringomyelia can eventually become debilitating. Fortunately, if you or someone you know suffers from syringomyelia, there is help in the form of Social Security benefits. Read More