You've filed for divorce. The assets and debts are divided up and the custody issues have been arranged. Everything seems to be taken care of. Right? Wrong. If you haven't cleared up the issue of income taxes, you still have some potentially sticky issues to take care of. Here are four tax issues you'll need your attorney to help you clear up before the divorce is finalized. Division of the Next Tax Refund
The death of a loved one is heart wrenching, but this process can be doubly painful and troublesome if another party wrongfully caused your loved one's death. When this happens, you will need to cover all your bases and make sure that you are able to put your best foot forward. While these payments will not bring back your loved one, they will help you to recoup money for lost income, punitive damages, pain and suffering and other instances.
If you are undergoing financial difficulties, you may have already had to take advantage of a payday loan. These loans are usually reserved for people who have exhausted all other remedies for emergency cash. If your financial problems are severe enough, you may be considering filing for bankruptcy, which will allow you to make a fresh financial start. If you have taken a payday loan and are contemplating filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy, read on to find out how bankruptcy will treat your payday loan.
Psoriatic arthritis is a chronic, painful disease that affects about 1 million men and women in the United States alone. If you're afflicted with this condition, can you qualify for Social Security disability benefits? Possibly. This is what you should know about the disease and how to get your claim approved. Psoriatic Arthritis Is An Autoimmune Disorder Psoriatic arthritis is a type of autoimmune disorder. There's no definitive test for it, but one of its hallmarks is a scaly rash (psoriasis) that typically appears around the elbows, knees, scalp and genital areas (although it can appear anywhere on the body).
Sometimes when an employee decides to sue his or her employer, there is a justifiable cause. However, it is not always easy to discern a valid reason for a lawsuit, and the process can be difficult. Here are a few things you should consider before filing a suit: Is your employer's problem really just a lack of compassion? There is no legal requirement for your employer to treat you nicely. In fact, legal grounds for a lawsuit do not include being generally unfair or even "
Have you recently been let go from your job? Do you feel that the termination was illegal in any way? It is time for you to stand up to unfair employment practices by your former employer. An employment attorney helped me get through an impossible time more easily. I had no idea how serious the repercussions for terminating my position could be for the company, nor did I know how much the company would owe me for doing so. Thankfully, the attorney took the time to answer each and every question that I had and discussed all of my options. I have included much of what I learned on my website to help others learn what they could be owed if they were unlawfully terminated from their jobs.