Understanding The Legal Process

  • A Guide To Using An Environmental Law Attorney

    29 September 2015

    Whether you are hit with an ecological pollution violation or need help passing an inspection, there may come a time in the course of your business that you will need the help of an environmental law attorney. You need to be sure that you understand the ins and outs of how an environmental law attorney works, so that you can hire the right attorney for your needs. When this is what you are looking for, follow this guide and reach out to an environmental attorney who can provide for you.

  • Remember These 4 Things After Getting Into A Car Accident

    29 September 2015

    A car accident can be a harrowing experience, and if you have recently been in one, all you may want to do is rest and put the situation behind you. However, if you are seeing a financial settlement because of your injuries, it is important to keep the following things in mind. Tell Your Lawyer About Your Past The other driver's insurance company will do everything it can to prove that you were in the wrong on the day of the accident.

  • Reducing A Tax Refund Offset By Filing As An Injured Spouse

    28 September 2015

    Some married tax filers are taken by surprise when some or all of their federal tax refund is not received due to earlier, unpaid debts. Individuals married to a spouse who owes back obligations for government debt or child support may receive their own portion of a federal tax refund by requesting relief as an injured spouse. For tax purposes, the designation of injured spouse is not to be confused with that of innocent spouse.

  • Understanding Social Security Disability Benefits

    27 September 2015

    We have all heard of Social Security, and anyone with a typical job pays into Social Security every paycheck. But if you have never needed to use it, you might not know exactly how it works. Learn about Social Security here so you can make informed decisions if you ever think you need it. What is Social Security? Social security is a government program that helps people in financial need. It gives economic security to millions of Americans who can't work because of disability, unemployment, retirement, or family death.