Getting Ready to Take Your Bankruptcy Education Class: What to Know

Posted on: 1 April 2021

To successfully file for bankruptcy, there are several requirements that filers had to meet. Educational classes are one of those requirements, and you cannot get your debt discharged if you don't take the classes. One of those classes has to be done before you file and the other has to be completed before your case is final. Read on to find out more about the debtor education class. Part of the Process
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Understanding Your Custody Rights As A Father

Posted on: 1 April 2021

So many child custody discussions focus on a mother's right to primary custody of the children and the agreements that are necessary for visitation and child support payments. However, this approach to child custody conversations often leaves fathers in the dark. As a father, it's important for you to understand that you have rights, too. Understanding your rights will help ensure that you have a fair amount of time with your children and protect that relationship that you have as a parent.
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How To Prove Retaliation After Reporting A Case Of Discrimination

Posted on: 8 March 2021

You have the right to report discrimination or harassment in the workplace. Unfortunately, some employers will not respect this right and will try to retaliate as a result of your report. If this is the case, you may need to consult with an attorney who has experience with retaliation cases.  Protected Activities While your employer is allowed to punish you or even terminate employment for your actions, they are not allowed to retaliate against you for certain protected activities.
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How Your Stocks Will Be Handled After You Pass Away

Posted on: 1 February 2021

If you own stocks, you might wonder what will become of them when you pass away. This is based on the provisions you made before you passed away and will be affected by probate. There are several matters you might want to discuss with an attorney. Jointly Owned Stocks If you own stocks with your partner, the jointly owned stocks will belong to them after you pass away. However, you might also own stocks entirely on your own and these will be handled differently.
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