Preventing A Sudden Windfall From Decimating Your Social Security Insurance Benefits

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As a Social Security Insurance (SSI) benefit recipient, you probably know how strict the Social Security Administration (SSA) is about the amount of income you receive. If you receive more than $750 in any one month or obtain more than $2,000 in assets, your benefits could subsequently be reduced or cancelled. Thus, it can a bittersweet moment when you receive a financial windfall that puts you over the limit. Here are a couple of things you can do to prevent the money you receive from affecting your benefits.

22 January 2018

A Guide To Beating Traffic Tickets

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When you want to keep your driving record clean and make sure that you are able to avoid some traffic record pitfalls, be sure to do everything that you can to defend against traffic tickets. There are lots of ways to go about beating traffic tickets, which is why you need to do everything that you can to defend yourself when you're caught or accused of speeding. To be sure that you're able to accomplish what you need to in terms of traffic ticket defense, read on and apply these strategies.

9 January 2018

Three Ways That A Family Law Attorney Can Help You

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A family law attorney will be able to help their clients through a number of potentially tricky and confusing situations. While these professionals will have ample experience with helping clients handle a variety of types of issues and problems, there are many people that will simply be unaware of the numerous ways that these professionals can help them. More precisely, there are several common situations where you may find a family law attorney invaluable.

4 January 2018

5 Tips For Winning A Disability Case Hearing

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Unfortunately, Social Security disability benefits can be more difficult to obtain than you might expect. Even when you think you have all your ducks in a row, you might receive notice that your claim has been denied or that you will need to come in to testify in front of a judge. If this is the case for you, you have some options. This guide will provide you with tips you can use to earn the benefits you deserve if you have an upcoming hearing:

22 August 2017

Never Do This After A Car Wreck

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Being the victim of a careless driver can mean a chaotic and confusing situation. Not only do you have to deal with your injuries and a wrecked car, but you are certain that you have a good personal injury case against the other driver. It's important not to allow the stress and confusion to make you make some missteps that might lead to jeopardizing your chances for a good monetary settlement.

9 August 2017

Protect Your Rights By Staying Engaged - Questions For Your Criminal Defense Attorney

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Being accused of a crime can be a difficult and challenging period in anyone's life. Rather than allowing yourself to be overwhelmed by that challenge, it's important that you take the opportunity to search for solutions that can get you through that struggle with the best possible outcome. That means taking control of the situation and working hard to contribute to your own defense. The first step in securing those contributions is to get a strong grasp on what lies ahead.

21 July 2017

Classy Moves When Filing For Chapter 7

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While filing for a chapter 7 bankruptcy would by no means be considered a complicated process, there are a few more requirements being placed on filers than in times past. If a bankruptcy is in your future, you need to have a good understanding of these two educational requirements. Read on for more information. Why must you take classes? In an effort to stem a rising number of bankruptcy filings, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 was signed into law and became part of the bankruptcy code under President Bush.

12 July 2017