Tips For Buying A Car After A Bankruptcy Discharge

What do you do if you have just emerged from a bankruptcy discharge and you need a car? You can't just walk into the nearest dealership and drive off with your vehicle of choice. The effect of bankruptcy on your credit means that you have a harder task of buying a car than the average person. Here are a few tips and tricks you can use to make the process smoother:

3 Tips For How To Handle Your Workers' Compensation Independent Exam

Are you in the process of trying to obtain workers' compensation benefits? If so, an independent medical exam, also known as an IME, may be part of the process. An IME is ordered when there is some dispute or disagreement surrounding the injuries. For example, the employer or insurance company may ask for an IME if they doubt your injuries are work-related. Or your attorney may order an IME if you are appealing a claim denial.

3 Reasons to Hire a Corporate Law Attorney

Corporate attorneys are one of the most respected professionals out there. They make good money because they are so needed. However, many people don't understand what reasons would merit hiring a corporate attorney. Here are a couple reasons why you would hire an attorney that specializes in business law. 1. A Merger or Acquisition If you are thinking about purchasing a business, being bought out, or merging two companies, you would need to use a corporate attorney.

4 Life Events To Trigger An Estate Planning Appointment

You don't need to become the next heir to a 17th century English castle before you are entitled to make estate plans. If you experience any of the following life events, it's time to make an appointment with an estate planning attorney.  Adoption After your child's adoption has been finalized by the court, bring your court decree, child's birth certificate and other financial records to your estate attorney's office. You'll want to rearrange your will to accommodate your new child's inheritance after your passing.

3 Things That Can Cause Your Disability Claim To Be Denied

Making the decision to file for disability can be a difficult one. Most people don't like the idea of having to cut back on working, but when a health problem makes it nearly impossible to work, they really have no other choice. However, the approval rate for the first-time applicant is around 35%. That means 65% of those who apply for disability benefits will be denied and have to go through the appeals process.