2018

Expecting A Visit: What To Know About The Bankruptcy Home Inspection

Filling out your bankruptcy paperwork can be a big job, but the results of a successful chapter 7 bankruptcy can provide filers with welcome debt relief. In most cases, your bankruptcy will be all over within a few months' time. Attend the two education classes, file the paperwork, and appear at your creditors meeting; it's simple and uneventful, at least in most cases. There does exist the possibility that the bankruptcy trustee will inspect your property. Read More 

3 Factors To Consider When Pleading Down A DUI Charge

Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is never ok. However, mistakes do happen, so it is wise to use these mistakes as learning opportunities. Many people plead guilty to their DUI charge, which is an option to consider. Others may choose to plead down their DUI charge, which can reduce your penalties and the actual sentence in some cases. If you are considering a reduction in your DUI charge, here are a few important things to know. Read More 

Is Bankruptcy The Right Answer For You?

Many people thought that filing for bankruptcy is the easy way out from a debt crisis but in reality, it is not. For one, bankruptcy does not simply erase debts as it only stops your creditors from collecting debts directly from you. Rather, you will surrender all your financial operations to the bankruptcy court handling your case, and it will ensure your creditors are being paid. Moreover, navigating through the filing and process of bankruptcy will be tedious and confusing. Read More 

Understanding Medical Malpractice And What It Covers

If you are a new medical professional, then you may need malpractice insurance to protect yourself from malpractice claims. This type of insurance is not understood by many individuals, especially if they are not currently employed in the medical field. So, you may be wondering who offers the insurance and what kinds of plans are offered. Who Offers Medical Malpractice Insurance? Like car insurance or life insurance, you have a wide variety of options when it comes to protecting yourself from damages. Read More 

How Would Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Work As A Criminal Defense?

When a person commits a crime, the courts will factor in the individual's mental state when determining guilt. Thus, if you suffer from PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder), it may be possible to avoid a conviction or—at least—obtain a lighter sentence if you can prove your condition was partially or fully to blame for your actions. Here are two defenses you may be able to use in your case. Self-Defense Posttraumatic stress disorder is a protective response to the experience of traumatic events. Read More