4 Common Mistakes To Avoid When Filing For Chapter 7
21 May 2018
For many people going through severe financial hardship, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be a wise choice. Specifically, this type of bankruptcy allows for those who file (and get approved) to extend their repayment periods on their debts, eliminate some (or all) of their debts, and still keep their assets in the process. Before you decide to begin the process of filing for Chapter 7 yourself, however, there are some common mistakes you should be careful to avoid.
Turned Down For A Insurance Claim? What To Do
16 April 2018
When you've got home, health, life or vehicle insurance, you probably feel protected. If something happens, you just imagine that you'll complete a claim and wait for the insurance company to pay for relevant costs. Getting a denial could be shocking; you might wonder how you'll pay for repairs, bills and other financial obligations. Luckily, you still have a chance even if you've been denied; you can dispute it. If you're thinking about fighting an insurance claim denial, consider these dispute tips.
Are You Being Prosecuted For Embezzlement After An Accounting Error?
17 March 2018
Being an accountant for a large corporation can be a difficult situation. This fact is particularly true if you make a mistake that somehow costs your company money. In some instances, you may be pursued for embezzlement! Thankfully, it is possible to win this kind of case.
An Error May Be Interpreted As Embezzlement
While errors and embezzlement often seem the same to your company, they obviously differ in many ways.
Some Things To Know About Criminal And Civil Courts
15 February 2018
If you have been wronged by someone you might be wondering what steps you should take to make sure that justice is served. In some cases the person has committed a crime and that crime harmed you. You might wonder what you can do to ensure that you get what you are owed and that the state convicts them of a crime. Here are some things you need to know about difference in criminal and civil court.