Two Questions About Wrongful Death Cases—Answered
2 February 2015
Accidents are one of the many unpleasant aspects of life, and while it is not uncommon for accidents to result in injuries, it is also possible for these accidents to lead to death. When this death is the fault of another person's negligence, it may be possible for your to file a wrongful death suit. However, if you have never been a part of one of these cases, there is a chance that you may need a couple of questions answered about this sad and complex task.
Filing A Wrongful Death Lawsuit
27 January 2015
If a person dies as a result of someone else's negligence, that individual's family may be within their rights to file a lawsuit for wrongful death. This type of lawsuit is meant to compensate survivors for their loss. These losses can include the deceased's lost wages, funeral expenses and the loss of companionship that the survivors have suffered. The following is an overview of wrongful death lawsuits, including what types of damages may be sought and recovered, who exactly can be sued and the definition of this type of lawsuit.
If You Own A Rental Property, You Need To Know Your Rights
22 January 2015
It sounds like a dream to purchase an additional home in order to gain some income by turning it into a rental property. In many ways it is a sound source of extra money and a definite way to pay off any existing mortgage. However, before you dive into becoming a landlord, you need to know your legal rights and those of your potential tenants.
Laws Cover Rental Agreements and Deposits
Planning Your Divorce: Four Ways To Financially Prepare For An Unmarried Future
14 January 2015
A lot of people carefully plan their weddings - down to the last cookie and cocktail - but they don't plan their divorce, and that's a huge mistake. While you're probably not enjoying the prospect of your divorce the same way that you once looked forward to your wedding, you should use the time before your divorce wisely, because your life after the divorce is at stake. Here's 4 tips on how to make the necessary financial preparations for your unmarried future.