Reasons to Hire a Tax Attorney

Posted on: 7 December 2021

There are many resources for tax management, including computer programs, bookkeeping, and accounting services. Thus, it is difficult to know when you should retain the services of a tax attorney as opposed to using other resources. This post highlights the likely scenarios that indicate it's time to hire a tax attorney. Tax Disputes  Are you having a dispute with the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) or state tax agencies? If your answer to this question is affirmative, it is time to seek legal support.
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How To Recover Damages After You're Struck While Rummaging Through Your Car

Posted on: 28 October 2021

When you are trying to get something out of your car, the last thing you might expect is for a car to drive past and strike you. These types of injuries can be very serious and might lead to bone fractures that can prevent you from walking again. If you are involved in an accident like this, you will want to immediately go to the emergency room and then contact a personal injury attorney.
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How Income And Assets Affect Your Chapter 7 Filing

Posted on: 21 September 2021

When you file for bankruptcy, you are handing the responsibility for your financial situation over to the trustee for your case. In the case of chapter 7, the bankruptcy trustee has the power to determine whether or not your assets and income will allow you to file and what you can do to keep your property. To learn more about the role assets and income play with a chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, read below.
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Planning Bankruptcy? How To Handle Your Retirement Accounts

Posted on: 19 August 2021

Bankruptcy protection is an excellent legal tool to protect your finances and your future. But while you deal with debt issues from your past, it's important not to sacrifice your future and how you're saving for your own retirement. What important things should you do or avoid doing with retirement accounts while seeking bankruptcy relief? Here's what you need to know. 1. Keep Contributing Many people struggling with debt try to find extra money in their monthly budget any way they can.
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