It May Not Be Too Late: Understanding The Discovery Of Harm Exception


Personal injury law covers a wide variety of injuries and various forms of harm, but you only have a limited amount of time to take legal action. When it comes to things like slip and falls, car accidents, defamation, and medical malpractice, you must abide by the statute of limitations. Not all injuries are readily apparent, however. Read on to learn more about a classification of injury that is the exception to the statute of limitations rule.

24 November 2018

Can You Get Custody Of The Pet In A Divorce?


When you and your spouse decide to divorce, you have to make many important decisions. One of the decisions may revolve around who will get the family pet. Pets, though seemingly a true member of the family, are considered property in some states, like Colorado, and are subject to equitable division just like a home or other assets. The decision about the pet, however, is more difficult than other assets. Pets have an emotional attachment.

2 October 2018

Debt Matters: Understanding The Two Types Of Bankruptcy Debt


When the time comes to declare bankruptcy, it helps to understand how your debt is treated. Most people understand the gravity of a chapter 7 bankruptcy filing and want to get the most they can from it. The debt you hold and that goes onto your bankruptcy paperwork can be divided into two separate types, and it's important that filers know the differences before they file. Read on to learn more.

20 August 2018

Budget-Worthy Tips For Your Divorce


You may think that there's no way to have a less expensive divorce, but you might be surprised at what you can do to save money. Make no mistake about it, legal matters can be pricey. Attorneys, however, come in at all price points and the way you approach the matter has everything to do with what your final legal bill will be. Read on for easy-to-accomplish acts that might leave you in a better financial position post-divorce than you thought possible.

30 May 2018

2 Times When You'll Be Charged With A Crime Without Actually Doing It


It goes without saying that you'll be arrested and charged when you commit a crime. There are times, however, when you'll also face prosecution even if you're not directly involved in the criminal act. Here are two times when this can happen to help you understand the relevant laws so you can plant your defense strategy. 1. Aiders, Abettors, and Conspirators A common way people get caught in prosecutors' crosshairs is when they assist the perpetrators who actually do the criminal acts.

8 April 2018

Mind These Three Forms Of Insurance Coverage When Divorcing


Divorce is a complicated affair – one that can affect various forms of your life beyond the common ones such as child custody, support, and alimony. For example, you should take steps to ensure that you will still have your existing insurance coverage beyond the divorce settlement date. Here are three forms of insurance coverage, and what you should do about them if divorcing: Life Insurance There are two directions your life insurance policy can take if you are divorcing.

10 January 2018