Keeping a car during bankruptcy is possible. Keeping two cars is also possible but harder than keeping one motor vehicle. Here are three factors that play a part in determining whether you can keep both vehicles: The Amount of Equity on Your Car Normally, motor vehicle exemption protects a certain amount of car equity from your trustee’s hands. Your car’s equity is the difference between its worth and what you still owe on it.…Read More »
The Debate That Changed My Life
If you have been thinking about divorce for a while but haven’t quite made the decision, it can be hard knowing when it is time. There are some signs that might indicate now is the right time to see a lawyer and file for divorce, including the following. You Don’t Get Emotional about the Thought of Divorce You might have noticed that when you used to think about divorcing your spouse, you went through a series of emotions.…Read More »
Would Failing To Properly Administer Birth Control Be Classified As Wrongful Life Or Medical Malpractice?
An article on the Newser website details an unfortunate situation where a woman was given a flu shot rather than her normal birth control medication and became pregnant as a result. While the article states the woman has filed a wrongful life lawsuit against the health clinic that made the mistake, this type of error may be better litigated as a general medical malpractice. Here’s more information about these two legal theories to help you understand why.…Read More »