With tax season right on top of you, it can be tempting to save yourself some money and file your own tax return. For millions of Americans, that works just fine, but not everyone will benefit from self-filing, and a great many could actually do serious damage in the process. Unless you're a certified public accountant yourself, it's important that you know when it's time to seek out help with your taxes so you can avoid paying the wrong amount, or accidentally omitting critical information. [Read More]
What To Do After A Slip And Fall Accident
After a slip and fall accident, people experience a host of emotions, and confusion is usually the most prominent. A slip and fall accident often happens at businesses or other public places, and the aftermath of the accident must be handled exactly the right way since the property owner is usually responsible for your injuries. Below, you can read about the best way to deal with a slip and fall accident. [Read More]
Getting Married? The Prenuptial Agreement Must Come First
If you are getting married and you want a prenuptial agreement in place, a divorce or marital expert is the perfect attorney for the job. There are many reasons why people protect themselves with prenuptial agreements, and you don't want to be on the Americans that regrets not having one. A divorce can end up leaving you bankrupt years down the road if you don't have a prenuptial agreement. You could accumulate a lot of wealth and money in the future, and then your spouse decides they want to leave. [Read More]
Digging For Dirt? Stay Out Of Your Spouse's Email, Because Snooping Is A Crime.
Are you tempted to sneak into your spouse's email account? Do you suspect your spouse of having an affair? Or, do you just want to know what secrets are being kept? What if you're already going through a divorce? There might be information in that email that you could use to gain an advantage during the divorce (or maybe take a little revenge). If you're tempted at all, the best thing to do is stuff your hands in your pockets and walk away, because reading your spouse's email can result in criminal charges if you get caught. [Read More]