Back To School: What To Know About Bankruptcy Financial Education Requirements

Posted on: 29 August 2016

If you have heard of people that take advantage of bankruptcy for financial reasons, then you may understand why it was necessary for the courts to add some new provisions onto the bankruptcy code. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 added two different classes for filers to undergo as a requirement to file and have a bankruptcy discharged. This law, and the resulting classes, attempt to discourage repeat filers, but everyone is required to take them.
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Answering A Couple Of Questions About Bail

Posted on: 9 August 2016

Being held in jail can be one of the least pleasant experiences of your life. When you have been arrested and is in jail awaiting a court hearing, it is important to have a thorough understanding about the process of posting bail. However, there are many people that do not have the experience to understand this process. For these individuals, having the following couple of questions concerning bail answered may prove to be enlightening.
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Worried Your Ex Will Run With Your Kids? 3 Steps You Need To Do To Keep Them Safe

Posted on: 26 July 2016

If you and your ex were involved in a volatile custody battle, and you're concerned about the safety of your children, you need to familiarize yourself with parental kidnapping. This is particularly true if your ex has ever threatened to take your children and run. According to studies, most missing children have been abducted by a family member. If you're worried that your ex might take off with your children, here are three steps you should take to keep them safe.
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What To Know When Dealing With A Dog Bite Case

Posted on: 6 July 2016

If you happen to suffer a dog bite due to an owner being negligent and not controlling their pet, it is important that you take the proper legal action. In many situations, this means taking the matter to civil court and hiring a dog bite lawyer to help you profess your case. These steps are important, so that you can get paid the money necessary to cover your expenses for medical bills and any other trauma you might have suffered.
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