Medical Powers of Attorney: Why They Matter

Will I Need To Pay Taxes On Personal Injury Settlement Funds?

Plaintiffs in personal injury cases need to be aware of any tax liabilities involved in receiving a settlement from the defendant. Those who file a claim for compensation on a personal injury need to know how much will be left over from a proposed settlement after any applicable taxes are deducted. Tax liabilities could potentially […]

Avoiding No Fault Divorce: Why Provide A Reason For Divorce When Adultery Is Involved

If you’ve already looked (even briefly) into obtaining a divorce, you’ll know that you must on paper have some sort of grounds for the divorce, a valid legal reason that states to the court why you are making this choice. In some states, you may be able to simply state “irreconcilable differences” as your reasoning, […]