How Is A Personal Injury Settlement Distributed?

Posted on: 9 August 2016
If you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit and are expecting the court to award you with a large settlement amount, you may be wondering how much of this money you will actually receive. It can take years for a case to settle, and it can take months afterwards for you to collect the money you were awarded for your damages and injuries. As your case comes to a close, here are a few things you should understand about the way your lawyer will distribute your settlement proceeds.
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Long-Time Military Marriages: Understanding Your Rights As A Spouse

Posted on: 10 June 2016
When marrying someone in the military, you get to enjoy the same benefits as your spouse. When these benefits have expanded beyond 20 years, it can be an extremely hard transition back to civilian life. As you go through a divorce, it's important to understand the rights that you have. In a long-term marriage, there are many granted rights and privileges. By working with a military divorce attorney, you can ensure that you are granted these rights and not left with nothing after the divorce has ended.
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Know What To Expect From An Auto Accident Claim

Posted on: 13 May 2016
If you've been injured in a car accident and are filing a claim against another driver or their insurance company, you might be anticipating a large settlement. Unless you have grievous injuries, however, your settlement might not be as big as you're expecting. If you were in a typical accident and suffered some injuries, but nothing that's life-threatening, here's a realistic look at what you might get if your claim is successful.
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Understanding How Child Support Is Treated during Bankruptcy

Posted on: 14 March 2016
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy and owe past-due child support or alimony, there are several things that you should take into consideration. Child support, a non-dischargeable priority debt, can affect which type of bankruptcy you choose to file for and how you approach the proceedings. Here are some factors to take into consideration:  Domestic Obligations  Under bankruptcy law, there are 19 types of debt that cannot be discharged when you file for bankruptcy.
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