Seeking Help From A Family Law Attorney

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Seeking Help From A Family Law Attorney

My name is Juliette Meeks and welcome to my blog about family law. A few months ago, I was having some family issues that required me to seek the help of an attorney. I had never needed an attorney before and I was a bit apprehensive at first to schedule a consultation. Once I did, my attorney put my fears to rest very quickly. The attorney outlined my options and answered all of my questions very thoroughly. My legal matter was settled quickly and I am thankful that I decided to seek the help of an attorney. If you need a family attorney to assist you with legal matters, you should schedule a consultation right away. In this blog, you'll learn what to expect during your first visit and all of the important questions you should ask.

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The Major Advantages Of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Over Other Debt Alternatives

20 April 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're dealing with debt, you're likely considering a few different options. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is designed to restructure your debt in order to create a repayment plan, through which you can pay off your debt within three to five years. In general, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is faster and easier to recover from than Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and it has some advantages over other debt management processes. Debt Consolidation A debt consolidation involves taking out a single loan and using it to pay off all of your other debt. Read More …

When Can The Police Enter Your Apartment Without A Warrant?

14 March 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Police officers cannot just barge into your apartment without a valid reason; doing so would violate your privacy rights. However, there is a limit to your privacy, and sometimes police officers need to get into the house. Even then, they can only get in under certain conditions. Here are valid reasons that allow officers to enter your house without violating your privacy: They Have a Warrant In most cases, police officers will come to your place with a search warrant. Read More …

3 Tips For A Successful Workers’ Compensation Claim

15 February 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Getting the payout you deserve when filing a workers' compensation claim is not always an easy process. There are several pitfalls that could damage your case that you may not be aware of, especially if you have never filed a claim before. Here are three tips that can help you win your workers' compensation claim. Report Your Injury Immediately Many people try to "tough out" their injuries and finish the work day. Read More …

How To Avoid Getting Ripped Off When Taking Over A Restaurant Business

27 January 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

Scouring the market for the perfect business venture can be challenging. It's all about finding the right foundation in which you can take the existing business model and launch it into the next level with your own ideas and expertise. If you've come across what seems to be the perfect business opportunity in the restaurant industry, your main goal is likely to create a profit and run a successful company. Here are a few things to keep in mind before you decide to close on the deal. Read More …

Dealing With Pain And Difficulty As A Veteran?

11 January 2016
 Categories: Law, Blog

After leaving the military, veterans are faced with a new mission: transitioning to civilian life. As far as health goes, veterans run the gamut from combat injuries and major accidents on the job to normal wear and tear than can be expected from rough duty. Difficult living conditions and rolling and tumbling unexpectedly are no new dangers to veterans of any time period, but recognition is becoming easier. If you're dealing with challenges making it through your job, enjoying life to the fullest or even just surviving, take a look at how Veterans Affairs (VA) and legal assistance can help you recover. Read More …