Four Things To Consider Before You File For Disability

Few people are prepared when they hear the news that their disability claim has been denied, and the truth is, in many situations, there is nothing that could have done to prevent the denied claim. However, there are a few things you can do to keep the chances of rejection to a minimum. The following are four things to consider. Your disability is not permanent If you will only be at a loss of employment for a limited amount of time, then there is a chance you will be denied benefits. [Read More]

2 Reasons to Hire an Estate Planning Lawyer

An estate planning lawyer is an invaluable resource when it comes to figuring out exactly what is going to happen to your loved ones and your assets after you pass away. Listed below are two important reasons to consider hiring an estate planning lawyer. Ensuring That Minors are Care For One of the biggest concerns that many people have is how their children or minors under their guardianship are going to be taken care of after they pass away. [Read More]

Can You, Or Should You, Represent Yourself During Your Unemployment Appeal?

It's very possible to represent yourself during an unemployment appeal. Sometimes, the process is set up in such a way that a non-lawyer can navigate it. However, it's important to remember your appeal is still a legal process with everything that entails. So should you represent yourself? Here are a few things to consider. Know the Stages of the Appeal Process The appeal process varies from state to state. In general, you will have a small window of opportunity to start the appeal. [Read More]

Divorce, Debt And Assets In Community Property States

The vast majority of states in this county follow an equitable distribution model when dividing debt and assets in divorce, but at least 9 states follow the community property system. The differences in the two systems can have a major impact on your divorce settlement, so read on to find out more about how debt and assets are divided in a community property state. What are the community property states? [Read More]