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Your Guide to Debt and Bankruptcy

About 10 years ago, I secured my dream job with one of the largest corporations in the country. The job came with a substantial increase in pay and I soon looked for a large house for my family. After living the life I dreamed of, I was let go from my current position. I had a large amount of savings, but the economy took a turn for the worse and savings were quickly drained. I soon became stressed about finances. I could not pay the mortgage and bill collectors started to call my house. I refused to be defeated though, so I met with a bankruptcy attorney instead. I live a much simpler life now with my family, and I want you to know that financial stress does not have to affect you for years. Read my blog to learn about bankruptcy, debt laws, and how to hire an attorney.

5 Ways An FLSA Attorney Can Help You

When you're treated unfairly by your employer, it can be a frustrating and upsetting experience. You deserve to be treated fairly and get the payment and benefits that you're entitled to. If you've been taken advantage of or if your employer is refusing to honor things like overtime pay or minimum wage, you want to make sure that you get legal counsel. An attorney can help protect your rights. Keep reading to better understand the many ways in which an FLSA attorney can help you. Read More 

Scenarios In Which Grandparents May Want To Fight For Visitation Rights

Although grandparents will frequently play an important role in the lives of their grandchildren — often in the form of babysitting — they don't usually get custody of the grandchildren unless there's a difficult situation with the parents. If you're a grandparent, you'll ideally be able to spend time with your grandkids whenever you want. However, if there are certain issues that are preventing you from being together, you might wish to talk to a family attorney and fight for some visitation rights. Read More 

Things To Avoid During Your Divorce

Going through a divorce might be something you never expected to do, yet it is something that happens to approximately 50% of all married couples. If you are hoping to get through this divorce without too many problems or too much stress, here are several things you should avoid doing during the divorce. Racking Up New Debt A divorce can often be financially devastating for one or both spouses, and it can be tempting to use credit during your divorce to get by. Read More 

3 Signs Your Criminal Defense Lawyer Might Have Been Negligent When Handling Your Case

If you found yourself in trouble with the law at some point, your first action might have been to head to a local criminal defense attorney's office to ask for help. This is -- and should be -- the first step that many defendants take when they're facing criminal charges. You probably assumed that your lawyer would help you in any way possible, and he or she was supposed to do so. Read More 

Starting A Non-Profit: What You Need To Know

A non-profit organization is a business that is dedicated to creating awareness about a certain societal need or other concern. Non-profits exist for animal rights, women's rights, welfare in general, and other types of needs across the world. You want to start a non-profit, but you don't know how to begin. Consult with a human rights or a business law firm such as Legal For Good PLLC to help you get started, and learn what you need to know about a non-profit startup here. Read More