Three Situations When You Need To Consult With An Attorney About A Fire Insurance Claim

Posted on: 28 February 2017

If you are having problems with your fire insurance claim, it may be time to speak to an attorney. There are lawyers who have a lot of experience dealing with fire insurance claims on a homeowner's policy. The following are a few situations when you need to consider calling an attorney. Your claim is delayed Although a fire insurance claim may take longer than you anticipated, at some point it may seem the delay is much longer than it should be.
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Bankruptcy, Payday Loans, And You

Posted on: 15 February 2017

For some, a payday loan is just one more sign of a decaying financial situation. If you need some emergency cash and don't have other resources, it may be an option of last resort. You may wonder, however, if you can include that payday loan on the bankruptcy that you're considering filing. It's only natural that you have a good understanding of what can, and what cannot, be included in achapter 7 bankruptcy filing.
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3 Tips For Succeeding & Selling Yourself In Your Big Law Firm Interview

Posted on: 25 January 2017

If you are trying to secure a position with a larger law firm, here are a few tips that will help you put you on the path of success with your law firm interviews. #1 Research The Law Firm Don't go in blind to the interview. You should know as much about the law firm as possible before you arrive for your interview. Read all of the pages on their website.
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What Could The Repeal Of Common Law Marriage Laws In Alabama Mean For Your Estate?

Posted on: 30 December 2016

If you're an Alabama resident who has never sought the formality of a marriage ceremony, you may be relying on this state's common law marriage laws to provide your partner with the ability to legally inherit from you upon your death and carry out your end-of-life wishes if you're incapacitated in an accident. However, a change to state law taking effect in 2017 could render your common law marriage void. Read on to learn more about how changes in Alabama's common law marriage laws could affect your final wishes and what you'll need to do to maintain the legal protections you've enjoyed while cohabitating with your partner.
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