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Navigating Bankruptcy and Personal Injury Lawsuits: What You Need to Know


Facing bankruptcy is a scary prospect for anyone, and it becomes even more complex when other issues are involved, such as a potential personal injury lawsuit. In these situations, understanding your rights, obligations, and the potential outcomes is crucial to making the best

Demystifying 3 Bankruptcy Debt Categories: Empower Your Financial Journey by Understanding Secured, Unsecured, and Priority Debt

Introduction to Bankruptcy Debt

When money troubles get tough, figuring out the complicated world of bankruptcy can feel overwhelming. One of the important aspects to understand when considering bankruptcy is the classification of debts. Debts are not created equal


Cosigning a loan or financial agreement for a friend or family member might seem like an act of support or your attempt to help someone. However, it is important to understand that cosigning comes with its own set of risks and potential problems. There are often-overlooked challenges of being a cosigner, which is why

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Before filing bankruptcy, some clients are fearful. Does the bankruptcy court take everything I own? Will I keep my house? Will they take


Florida’s alimony law, Florida Statute §61.08, underwent a significant transformation on July 1, 2023, with the implementation of a revised alimony law. This law introduced changes that impact the way spousal support or alimony is determined, calculated, and awarded in divorce cases throughout the state. Most importantly, the new alimony law removed permanent periodic

On July 1, 2023, Florida implemented a significant overhaul of its parenting and timesharing laws, reshaping the way child custody and visitation arrangements are determined in divorce and separation cases. This article aims to provide an insightful exploration of the key aspects of Florida’s new parenting and timesharing law, as well as discuss the ways