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Free Legal Divorce Forms

Free Legal Divorce Forms Source: Flickr Divorce can be a long and tedious process. So many paper works to take care of and so many issues to resolve. Why go through all the hassle of having to figure things out for yourself or spend an exorbitant amount on lawyers when you can do it the

Divorce – I Do. Never Mind!

Divorce – I Do. Never Mind! Source: Flickr A divorce, or a decree of ‘dissolution of marriage’ is a court terminating an existing marriage. This is in contrast to an annulment, which states that a marriage never existed. The main issues to settle are the division of property, child custody and visitation, and child or

Personal Bankruptcy Laws Tips on Pros and Cons

Personal Bankruptcy Laws Tips on Pros and Cons Source: Flickr With the economy in such a shambles,the scarcity of jobs, and our societies love of all things credit, it’s no wonder that so many people are in trouble financially. If you feel like the only way out is a bankruptcy than you should make sure

Bankruptcy Law Firms

Bankruptcy Law Firms Source: Flickr Filing for bankruptcy can be an excruciating moment. Individuals or firms have the option of filing for bankruptcy as a last option when their debts are out of control. Bankruptcy is filed when the debt is extremely high and the creditors are practically camping at the door. Expenses due to

New Bankruptcy Law – Five Essential Things to Know

New Bankruptcy Law – Five Essential Things to Know Source: Flickr Last April, Congress passed the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act, the most sweeping reform of our nation’s bankruptcy laws in more than twenty-five years. Proponents of the bill argue that most consumers who file for bankruptcy do so simply because they do not

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