Ready to File for Divorce but Worried About Your Spouse Having Control of Too Much? Get a New Will with an Estate Attorney

27 November 2019
 Categories: , Blog

Going through a divorce can be stressful, if you are considering divorcing your spouse and you want to make sure that they wouldn't have control of your medical decisions and other benefits if something happened to you, meet with an estate lawyer. If you currently have a living will with your spouse you will want to file a new one, and it needs to be notarized so that the other will is voided. Read More 

5 Reasons To Consider Debt Settlment

30 September 2019
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

If you're feeling stuck in your current financial situation and need a way to get rid of debts, it may be time to consider using a debt settlement program. This is an option that many people choose due to the various benefits. It can help you make your way to that new financial start that you've always dreamed about. Here are the reasons to consider debt settlement:  Lower Your Debts Read More 

Tips To Consider Before Moving Ahead With A Company Merger

27 July 2019
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Are you and another company looking to join together in the near future? Perhaps you see some kind of synergy between the two firms that will allow everyone to make more money. While that's great, you should also realize that a merger is obviously a very big step with possible long-term consequences. There could be conflict as employees from the two companies come together, or you might have to end up laying some people off in order to get everyone to truly fit in with the new vision. Read More 

Getting Your Home Back When You Used It For Bail And Lost It

21 March 2019
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Using your home as collateral for bail is a very risky game. You have to be absolutely certain that the person for whom you are posting bail is innocent or that the bail will be exonerated. In all other instances, the home will be sold, the bail collected and dispersed, and you will be out on the street. If you posted your home for bail and the relative jumped bail, it means your home is not yours anymore. Read More