In An Abusive Marriage? 3 Steps To Take When It’s Time To Leave

If you're in an abusive relationship, and you've decided to file for divorce, you need to take steps to protect your safety. If you fear for your safety, you shouldn't tell your spouse that you're filing for divorce until you've moved out and found a safe place to stay. Here are three steps you should take to protect yourself once you decide to file for divorce. Find Private Ways to Contact People Read More 

Using A Bankruptcy To Stop An Eviction

When you feel like you are drowning debt, it's easy to see how bankruptcy could seem like a viable option. After all, there are few other legal remedies that can make nearly all of your debts disappear and allow you to begin again. While being hounded by creditors can make your life miserable, there are not many problems more pressing than the possibility of being kicked out of your home. Bankruptcy could present a solution for preventing an eviction, but it really depends on your landlord's actions. Read More 

What To Know About Social Security Disability And Your Child

Most people know about Social disability that covers workers who can no longer work at their jobs due to a medical condition, but what about the kind of disability that covers a child? This form of Social Security, which is also available to adults who have medical conditions and own very little property, is called Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Unlike the other kind of Social Security, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), this benefit program has nothing to do with how much you have paid into the system through past work history. Read More 

Liquor Licensing Process: Faqs For Curious Business Owners

If you are the owner of a retail store or restaurant and your location decides to make the sale of alcohol within city limits legal, you will likely want to add a new component to your business and gain the ability to sell alcohol in your place of business. Selling alcohol does require that you obtain a liquor license from the state in which you live, but this is usually a fairly straightforward process. Read More 

Knowing Your Rights When It Comes To Grand-Parental Custody

For a grandparent, it can be heartrending to realize that your grandchild is in need of some help. Parents are not always able to do the right thing, and there may come a time when you need to take legal action to ensure that your grandchild receives proper care. Grandparents now have newly-recognized legal rights to child custody and visitation, so having a good understanding about how the family courts view grand-parental custody can be a valuable asset. Read More