Posts Tagged ‘settlement’

  • Things To Avoid Whilst In A Divorce

    Nov 22, 12 • 1240 Views • FinanceComments Off on Things To Avoid Whilst In A Divorce

    Divorce is difficult for everyone involved, especially if you have children. Both of you can get carried away with your feelings and proceedings can turn nasty. Not only will this [&hellip...

  • The Benefits Of Debt Settlement

    Nov 10, 12 • 746 Views • FinanceComments Off on The Benefits Of Debt Settlement

    If your debt load has gotten out of hand, there are several alternatives that you can consider. One option is to go through a debt consolidation program and use the [&hellip...

  • Don’t Despair – Take Family Legal Advice And Avoid Unpleasant Circumstances

    Nov 9, 12 • 719 Views • LawComments Off on Don’t Despair – Take Family Legal Advice And Avoid Unpleasant Circumstances

    The circumstances surrounding the advice and guidance of a family lawyer are for the most part stressful for the whole family. Parents often experience the heartbreaking, life-changing impact of divorce [&hellip...

  • How To Divide Up Assets In The Wake Of Divorce

    Nov 1, 12 • 741 Views • LawComments Off on How To Divide Up Assets In The Wake Of Divorce

    Divorce law in England and Wales does not adopt a 50/50 approach to dividing assets; in fact, the law does not make an attempt to control the division of property [&hellip...

  • Class Action Lawsuits And Your Role In The Process

    Sep 13, 12 • 777 Views • LawComments Off on Class Action Lawsuits And Your Role In The Process

    Class Action Lawsuits and Your Role in the Process Class action notifications are sent throughout various phases of a class action lawsuit. Therefore, if you receive a notice, the first [&hellip...

  • 5 Things To Consider When Choosing A Personal Injury Lawyer

    Jul 25, 12 • 782 Views • LawComments Off on 5 Things To Consider When Choosing A Personal Injury Lawyer

    If you are ever injured, you need a good lawyer who will defend you in court. The insurance company and all other defendants won’t go to court without legal counsel. [&hellip...