A Credit Counselor Versus a Bankruptcy Attorney

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A Credit Counselor Versus a Bankruptcy Attorney

When I was drowning in debt, I knew that soon enough I would need to file for bankruptcy. I simply didn't make enough to cover the amount of debt I had accumulated. However, I was not sure whether I should work with a credit counselor or a bankruptcy attorney. I did a lot of research on the subject and found that there are pros and cons to working with both a credit counselor and a bankruptcy attorney, and that you also had the option of working with both at the same time. Ultimately, I decided to hire the attorney, but that may not be the best option for everyone. I created this website to help you understand what a credit counselor is and what they do, what a bankruptcy attorney is and what they do and how each can help you if you are drowning in debt.


Handling A Medical Malpractice Situation

Getting treated for a serious medical condition can bring on a lot of stress when a major surgical procedure is needed. You basically end up having to put your life and trust in the hands of a physician. If the physician is negligent in any way during the surgery process, it can cause a severe injury or death. If you are struggling to cope with the loss of a loved one after he or she was in a similar medical situation, taking action to get justice should be considered. Read More 

Four Things You Need To Know About Workers Compensation And Disability

If you have been injured on the job to the point where you now suffer from a disability, then you are probably going to want to know how you are going to be compensated. Here are four of the most important things to know: You Can Receive State Disability and Workers Compensation: First off, you should know that yes, you can receive both state disability and workers compensation when you have been injured and disabled. Read More 

Home Is Where The Heart Is: Dealing Your Family Home After A Death

When you lose a beloved parent, the burden of dealing with that death nearly always falls to the surviving family members. In some cases, those family members are comprised of you and another sibling or two. You will want to ensure that your parent's wishes are followed according to their will, but in some cases, the way the will is worded can cause some confusion, and that might only add to your grief. Read More 

Three Tips For Safely Turning Yourself In For A Warrant

If you have a warrant out for your arrest, it's generally best to turn yourself in; otherwise, you risk being arrested unexpectedly, which can throw your life into chaos. However, it's important to prepare yourself for the event, so you spend a little time in jail as possible. Here are three tips for safely turning yourself in to satisfy a bench warrant: Gather All the Necessary Information The first thing you should do is gather as much information about your case as possible, such as why the warrant was issued and the case number. Read More 

A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help Prove Who Was At Fault In Your Accident

Being in an accident is a confusing time. You may not know what caused the accident, and if you have injuries, your mind is more focused on those than worrying about what caused the collision. While it's important to document as many details as you can at the time, you may not be in a position to do so when you're injured. You may have to rely on police reports later and the word of the other driver. Read More