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2018

How Expensive Is It To Hire A Divorce Attorney

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When contemplating filing for a divorce, or being on the other side of the equation, and being the one who has just been served a divorce petition by the other party; one of the first questions most people ask themselves is, “how much is this going to cost me?” Many continue down this path and wonder if they can go it alone. Representing oneself in any official court litigation is referred to as pro se representation.…

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What's The Difference Between No-Fault Suing Thresholds?

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You are required to have at least no-fault auto insurance and personal injury protection if you live in a no-fault state. If you have a car accident, it is the law that you must file a claim with your insurance company. In some cases of severe injury, you can sue in court. This is called the tort liability threshold. Threshold here means conditions relating to how severe your injury is. The verbal and monetary thresholds stem from the limited tort threshold.…

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Can't Pay a Civil Lawsuit Judgment & Not Sure What Will Happen? Consider Filing Bankruptcy

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If you’ve been ordered by a court to pay a civil lawsuit judgment yet don’t have the financial means to do so, you may want to consider filing for bankruptcy. The ramifications of not paying a civil lawsuit judgment can cause your financial situation to be far worse than it is right now. Here’s what could happen and how filing a bankruptcy can help.  Two Things that May Happen if You Don’t Pay the Judgment…

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