If you own a house and are getting divorced, you and your spouse might reach an agreement that one of you will get to keep the home. If this is the way you both want it, there will be several steps that must take place before you can complete the process, and these steps include valuing the house, refinancing the loan, and completing a quitclaim deed. Valuing the house There are a lot of ways couples split homes during divorce but choosing to let one spouse keep the house is a common method.
In terms of various orders, you can request from an attorney or a court of law, you often hear protective order and restraining order being used interchangeably. Yet, are they really the same thing? It becomes a little confusing when you finally have the definitions of both, and understand the purposes of both. The following will help clarify what is what when it comes to these two legal documents. The Protective Order Service A protective order is requested by a lawyer with the intent to protect a witness against lines of questioning or invasive procedures that can make the witness feel threatened or terrified about the events to which he/she is a witness.
There are tons of types of law to practice out there. One of the most lucrative fields of law is corporate law. If you are in law school or are thinking of going to law school, it's goo to know what all the different types of law are out there; including corporate law. This article will go over a few of the things that corporate lawyers do. Ready to learn some more?
If you're unable to work due to an injury, and you have disability coverage, you need to apply for long-term disability benefits. These benefits are designed to provide you with some financial stability while you're out of work. However, it is important that you avoid mistakes during the application process. Here are some tips that will help you get the benefits you need. Understand Your Policy If you're going to be applying for long-term disability benefits, it's important that you understand your policy.
Injuries in a car accident can be compounded if a driver or passenger seat belt fails. That raises the issue of who pays for the injured person's treatment, because the injuries might not have been as bad -- or might not have happened -- if the seat belt had worked properly. That opens up the question of whether the person who caused the accident should pay (or rather, their insurance) for treatment, or if the manufacturer or injured person needs to pay.
I am a real estate attorney, and I have been helping clients buy and sell property for many years. Some clients do not realize their legal obligations and options when it comes to purchasing or selling a house or land. I hope that this blog will be a way for people to get information about legal issues in real estate and what they need to know when doing business. Buying and selling property can be complicated, and all parties involved have legal obligations. Know what is expected of you, and you will be able to get the best out of your real estate transactions.