Weathering the Storms of Custody Challenges

Dealing With A Military Divorce? Factors To Consider As You Put Together A Child Custody Plan

In many ways, a military divorce is similar to a traditional divorce. But, there are some ways that the process is a bit different. One of the things that can be different is putting together a child custody plan. This differs because the parent in the military may move often or travel for training and deployments. This can make it challenging for there to be a stable and steady schedule that traditionally is used for child custody and visitation. Read More 

Medical Malpractice - Understanding Failure To Diagnose

Injuries that occur due to the negligence of a doctor or other medical professional are the result of medical malpractice. However, medical malpractice cases can vary greatly, with individuals often wondering if the doctor really is to blame for an injury. If you think that this type of injury may have occurred to you, then keep reading to learn a little bit more about failure to diagnose medical malpractice to see if this type of medical negligence fits your case. Read More 

How To Get Rid Of Your Student Loan Debt Along With The Rest Of It When Filing Chapter 7 Or 13 Bankruptcy

You took out student loans to go to college and improve your life. Now, your income is not what you expected after college due to not being able to find a job in your field or losing a job you may have held. While you can consolidate, re-finance, defer, or file for loan forgiveness, these programs will still leave you stuck with having to repay most, if not all, of what you borrowed unless you die or experience a disability. Read More 

Origination Fees For Liquor Licences In Las Vegas: What Applicants Need To Know

Many business owners in Las Vegas decide to apply for a liquor license to start or grow their business. Selling liquor on your premises can certainly appeal to the partygoers of Las Vegas, but you also need to make sure you're prepared for the costs this process can entail, including origination fees. Learn more about origination fees, and find out why your liquor license application could become more expensive than you expected. Read More 

Three Things You Do Not Want To Do In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you are like most who file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you do so in an effort to reorganize and pay off your debts. You imagine what life will be like once you get out of debt. Unfortunately, for many people this never happens. This is because only approximately 30% of Chapter 13 bankruptcy filers nationwide successfully complete this process. While those who fail to complete the process are unsuccessful for a wide variety of reasons, there are a few things that you definitely do not want to do if you are attempting to be in this successful minority. Read More