Unemployability Benefits: What All Veterans Should Know

After returning home from active military duty, many veterans find difficulty acclimating back into civilian life. There are many struggles to contend with, including blending back in with family, sleeping, or even going shopping. Going back to work can also be difficult, as adjusting to the workplace can take some time. In some cases, veterans are not able to go back to work for an extended period of time, or even at all. [Read More]

You Must Do These Things When Preparing To File For Personal Bankruptcy

If you lost your job and are struggling to make ends meet because you have a lot of unsecured consumer debt, then filing for personal bankruptcy might be the best option. However, there are many things you must do when preparing your case for court, including each of the following. Avoid Acquiring New Debt in the Months Leading Up to Your Filing Date If you do not have any experience with bankruptcy filings, then you might be surprised to learn that the actions you take during many months leading up to your filing will greatly affect how your case goes in court. [Read More]

Three Types Of Alimony Payments You Could Receive

Depending on various aspects of your marriage, you may qualify to receive alimony payments from your soon-to-be ex-spouse. However, there are three types of alimony you may be eligible for and, you may be given a choice about which to receive. Here's more information about each type to help you determine the option that's best for you. Lump-Sum Alimony This type of alimony is just as it sounds. Instead of monthly payments, you receive a large sum of money upfront when your divorce case settles. [Read More]

Reasons You Should Not Settle With The Insurance Company Before Your Medical Treatment Is Complete

If you were involved in an auto accident that left you injured, the insurance company may offer you a settlement to close out your case. If you have not yet completed your medical treatment and are not healed, you should not accept the offer. Here are a few of the reasons why.  You Do Not Know If Your Issues Will Resolve The top reason why you should not settle a case with the insurance company before your medical treatment is complete is because you do not know if your issues or injuries will fully resolve or not. [Read More]