Talking About Family Court Proceedings

Involved In A Car Accident? Know What Determines Who Is At Fault

If you were involved in an auto accident with another vehicle, one of the challenges that you'll need to deal with is to determine who is at fault. That's because the person that caused the accident will be responsible for paying for the other person's property damage and medical bills. If the person at fault for causing the accident is not as clear-cut as it could be, here are some things that are considered when determining fault. Read More 

How To Know It’s Time To Seek Assistance From Family Law Services

When two people marry, they rarely think about the possibility of their relationship ending. While some couples can successfully navigate through difficult times, others may find that their relationship is no longer salvageable after some time. If you find yourself in the latter category, it may be time to seek assistance from family law services. They'll help you to navigate the legal aspects of your separation and protect your interests. Read More 

Two Big Bankruptcy Myths Busted

Myths can be harmful when they are believed at the cost of someone's financial welfare. When it comes to bankruptcy, many would-be filers are frightened away at the thought of losing property and of never obtaining credit again. Both myths are an exaggeration of things that happen only to a small minority of bankruptcy filers. Find out more below. Bankruptcy means a loss of property Chapter 7 may also be known as liquidation bankruptcy. Read More 

5 Ways A Bankruptcy Attorney Can Help You Reorganize Your Financial Situation

If you're struggling with debt, you may feel like you'll never get out from under it. This situation may even be worse if you're considering bankruptcy. You may feel overwhelmed and not know where to turn. Luckily, a bankruptcy lawyer can help you navigate the process so that you can make the best decision. Here are five ways they'll help you reorganize your financial situation: Selecting a Bankruptcy Option There are two main types of consumer bankruptcies, namely, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Read More 

When Should The Average Person Call A Personal Injury Attorney?

Sometimes on the news, you see people in big, cumbersome situations in which they need to work with a personal injury attorney. Maybe an instrument was left inside of their abdomen during surgery. Or perhaps they were harmed when construction equipment fell on them while they were walking down the sidewalk. These situations do happen from time to time, but they are not that common. These rare scenarios are certainly not the only situations in which someone should call a personal injury attorney. Read More 

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Talking About Family Court Proceedings

Hello, my name is Bridget Waller. Welcome to my site about family court proceedings. My involvement in family court was not a welcome one. Despite the difficulties experienced during that time, I focused on building my knowledge about family court proceedings rather than let the process bring me down. I created this site to share my knowledge with you all, in hopes that I can help others navigate family court proceedings with ease. I will explore every phase of the court process in great detail to help others better understand the proceedings. Please come by my site regularly to learn more. Thanks.