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  • Homeowner Associations, or HOAs, are increasingly popular in newly built communities. Though most people associate them with townhouse or condominium communities, they can also exist in developments. Though the intention of an HOA is to benefit the community by establishing rules and regulations, many people find the rules imposed on them objectionable or overly burdensome. If this happens to you, you may want to contact a real estate law attorney to see if they can help. The rules that govern an individual HOA do not arise out of thin air. In most cases, they are established by the original property …Read More ➡

  • What’s the first thing you think of when you hear that there’s been a car accident? Do you picture a fender bender or a head-on collision? A rollover or a sideswipe? A lot of your mindset is going to be based on your own personal experience, but statistically speaking, there are certain types of car accidents that happen more frequently than others. The most common type of car accident in the United States is the rear-end collision. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, rear-end collisions top the list as the most common type of car accident, and it’s …Read More ➡

  • When you’re facing debt that you can’t get out from under, it is time to investigate filing for bankruptcy. Though many think of bankruptcy as a failure, it offers significant opportunity for individuals to get a fresh start and eliminate significant stress and challenges in their lives. There are many different types of bankruptcy available, but really only two that are appropriate for individuals. Those are Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The most important difference between a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is that the former leads to complete elimination of dischargeable debts, while the second …Read More ➡

  • You’ve filed for bankruptcy, and already your life has improved immeasurably. The automatic stay that was put in place has stopped the constant stream of collection notices and phone calls that you had been receiving, and that simple fact has significantly improved your quality of life. But a filing is not the same as a completed bankruptcy proceeding, and there is always the chance that your debts will not be discharged, and your case will be dismissed. Bankruptcy dismissals generally happen as a result of problems with the process. Let’s take a look at the most common reasons they happen, …Read More ➡

  • In the past when you’ve mentioned your anniversary, friends have congratulated you on the longevity of your marriage, but just because your union has lasted a long time does not necessarily mean that it has been happy or that you are still satisfied within its confines. What’s more, if you’re a senior citizen and you’ve found yourself thinking about divorce, you are far from alone. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, for every 1,000 married people who are 50 or older, 10 are divorced, and the Pew Research Center says that among those 65 and older, the divorce …Read More ➡

  • Bankruptcy offers a fresh start for people whose financial troubles have gotten the best of them, but it is not a magic wand. While filing for bankruptcy wipes away debt, it still leaves you with a seriously damaged credit rating. The good news is that the moment you eliminate your debt, taking the right steps can help you to recover and rebuild your economic status and future. The secret to success lies in having a plan, sticking to it, and avoiding the pitfalls that caused your troubles in the first place. The reality of filing for bankruptcy is that the …Read More ➡

  • Have you ever been at a party and met two people talking so comfortably and warmly with each other that you assume that they’re a couple, only to find out that they are ex-spouses? It happens more often than you think.  Though most people think of divorce as a highly adversarial process, it doesn’t have to be, but an amicable divorce is something that you both need to agree on. Though in the first weeks or months of a divorce it may seem like there are a lot of good reasons to be angry and to fight over every detail, …Read More ➡

  • Whether your wedding was an extravaganza in which you said “I do” in front of a few hundred family members and friends or a quiet little ceremony between you, your spouse, and a court clerk or justice of the peace, you entered that union with big dreams, hopes, and a conviction that the two of you would be forever. Unfortunately, life has unseen twists and turns, and though you may have expected a few bumps in the road, you never thought everything would fall apart. If you’ve found yourself facing a divorce, you are likely feeling at loose ends and …Read More ➡

  • Back in early 2017, there were a significant number of news stories broadcasting the fact that the number of bankruptcy filings that had been logged during 2016 represented a significant drop from previous years. In fact, according to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AOUSC), 2016’s bankruptcy rate dropped nearly six percent from the previous year and represented the low point for a ten-year period. That was very positive news for individuals and businesses alike and was a leading indicator of a robust economy. But even this good news had an ominous overcast, as 2016 was the first calendar …Read More ➡

  • Same-sex marriage became the law of the land in 2015, when the United States Supreme Court’s decision on Obergefell v. Hodges effectively struck down all state bans on the practice and made gay marriage legal across the land. This represented a broadening of laws that had already passed in several states, as well as in several countries around the world. With same-sex marriage now more broadly available, new questions arise about how it might change marriage associated practices, including the divorce rate, adoption, and more, and it is likely that there will be a great deal of research into statistical …Read More ➡

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