Being pulled over for a DWI is not a situation you ever want to put yourself in because of the legal obligations that you will face. Sometimes, though, you may be pulled over for a DWI for the wrong reasons. This is because an officer may believe you to be under the influence when you’re not or when you know you haven’t had enough to drink to be over the legal limit.…Read More »
Will Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Work for You?
If you have parents who are getting up in years, you’re not alone. The Baby Boomer generation is aging, and this brings with it a number of considerations. Your parents may need help with planning their final wishes so that they can make sure that the things they want are carried out even if they are not cognizant. That’s why it’s so vital for you to hire an elder law attorney.…Read More »
Vast numbers of people filing for bankruptcy for the second, third or even fourth time has prompted major changes to the Federal bankruptcy code. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 was signed by President Bush in 2005, and requires that all filers complete financial education classes in an effort to prevent those people from becoming repeat filers. Two different classes must be completed: one prior to filing and one before your bankruptcy becomes final.…Read More »