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How Corporate Law Firms Can Assist Corporations With Impactful Contracts

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Corporations deal with high-stake contracts all of the time. It might be contracts for new employees or contracts for upcoming mergers. Either way, working with a corporate law firm when these contracts come up is a good idea because of the services they can provide. Choose a Particular State for Governing Laws If you’re dealing with a contract involving parties in different states, then it can be difficult figuring out which state law should be used to govern how this contract works. Read More»

Why You Need To Hire An Attorney When Filing Bankruptcy

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If you are in a dire financial situation, you might be thinking about filing bankruptcy on your own. You might not mind spending the time to fill out the paperwork yourself, and you might assume that you can do a good job of filing bankruptcy without the help of an attorney. However, although some people do end up filing and handling their own bankruptcy cases without legal representation, it often isn’t recommended. Read More»

How To Make Mediation As Smooth As Possible

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By definition, divorce indicates some form of conflict. If you are in the middle of a divorce with somebody, you may not have great feelings toward them. This can make going to court feel like a nightmare. Of course, not every divorce needs to be contentious. If you and your spouse are willing to work toward a resolution together, mediation may be the best option. This is how mediation can move smoothly for both parties. Read More»

What Happens if the Court Alleges You Committed Bankruptcy Fraud?

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The bankruptcy court takes fraud seriously and employ many consequences if it appears a petitioner is trying to abuse the system to cheat creditors out of money they are legally owed. If the trustee finds can prove you have engaged in fraud in your bankruptcy filing, here are two things that can happen. Your Assets May Be Confiscated Most of the time, people commit bankruptcy fraud—either accidentally or intentionally–when dealing with their assets. Read More»

How A Mortgage Attorney Can Assist With Foreclosure Problems

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If you have a mortgage and suffer financial hardship, paying it on time could prove difficult. It could be so bad that your lender threatens to foreclose on the property. If you’re in this tough spot, hire a mortgage attorney who can help you in a professional, effective manner. Break Down Foreclosure Laws Before a defense is developed, you first need to know what foreclosure laws apply to your state. A mortgage lawyer can carefully go over these laws and help you understand your case. Read More»