October 25, 2014

Succeed at a Regular Dissolution of Marriage

Some marriages work out for couples, while some–regardless of the effort both spouses exert–do not. It is an unfortunate reality that there are unions that do not last, and that both small and big marital concerns (like lifestyle changes and trust issues) come into play one way or another. Couples can try out mediation and other ways of saving the marriage, but when such attempts fail to work, it is time for spouses to call it quits and go to the courts to have their marriages dissolved.

October 15, 2014

When to File for Bankruptcy

You’re down on your luck and money’s tight. Does that mean you should file for bankruptcy?

In many cases, the answer is “no”. After all, a bankruptcy filing has many implications, such as a precipitous drop in your credit rating and a financial red flag that will remain on your credit report for the next 7 to 10 years.

That being said, there are instances when bankruptcy may be your only resort, such as: