4 Things You Need to Include in Your Bankruptcy Retainer Agreement

If you are in the process of hiring an attorney to represent you through your bankruptcy case, you are going to need to sign a bankruptcy retainer agreement. A bankruptcy retainer agreement sets forth both you and your attorney's responsibilities concerning your case. Here are four things that you need to make sure are included in your agreement. #1: Breakdown of All Fees One of the most important components of your retainer agreement is the formal breakdown of fees. Read More 

What To Expect As A Pet Owner Going Through Divorce

For the average owner, a dog or cat is more than just a pet. These animals are extended members of the family. For this reason, in the event of a divorce, many couples will struggle with determining who gets to keep the animal. You might be surprised to discover that there are laws in place that can simplify this decision for you. If you are a pet owner headed towards divorce, it's important that you know what to expect. Read More 

On The Ocean Oops: Cruise Ship Negligence And Injuries

A cruise vacation means that you get to relax without a care in the world, in the very center of the sea. Cruise ships are similar to being on a moving city with something going on every hour of the day. Although they can be paradise, injuries can still happen in a cruise ship paradise. Here are some personal injuries that cruise ships may be liable for if you find yourself hurt on the sea. Read More 

The Consultant Or The Business: Questions To Help Determine Liability In A Personal Injury Case

The economy is a growing one for contractors and independent consultants. You may find online and in-person solicitations for products ranging from makeup or kitchen utensils, to weight loss products. Many of these companies are set up to produce products, then allow independent consultants, legally labeled independent contractors, to sell the products to the masses. Most independent consultants are in charge of their own marketing, sales, and distribution, while the company produces and releases products directly to the consultant. Read More 

Don’t Remember Getting Married? 4 Things You Should Know About Annulment

Marriage can be stressful, especially if you never intended on getting married in the first place. If a wild night in a California town resulted in you getting married while intoxicated, you may be able to have the marriage annulled. In California, being of unsound mind at the time of the marriage – including severe intoxication – is one of the legal grounds for having your marriage annulled. Here are four things you should know about the annulment process. Read More