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Financial Advice: Divorce Proof Your Marriage

This is Nathaniel B. Thank you for landing on my page. Allow me to introduce myself. I am a bank manager who has been happily married for the over thirty years. I am grateful that my job and stable marriage have allowed me to become financially comfortable in middle-age. Unfortunately, many of my clients have not been so lucky. I listen in despair as I hear the familiar tale. They got divorced, rushed headlong into second marriages that also broke down, and ended up with major debts. My exasperation stems from the fact that a few legal precautions before racing up the aisle would have allowed my clients to remain solvent. I have compiled this blog to highlight the importance of having a good lawyer in your life. I hope you find the advice interesting and it motivates you to explore legal issues when making life decisions. Take care.

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Important Things to Discuss with Your Personal Injury Attorney

Personal Injury is a legal matter that arises when an individual suffers bodily harm due to an accident or injury that someone else is legally responsible. The law governs personal injury and you case can be formalised through court proceedings and judgment. If you have been injured and looking for legal intervention, you should hire a personal injury attorney. They can provide legal advice and legal counsel throughout the formal proceedings in the case. The following are some crucial factors that you need to go over with your attorney.

Is there a case here?

Not all cases of personal injury can be presented in court for litigation. The whole point of filing a personal injury case is usually to receive compensation for the losses suffered. However, the attorney (like those at Dwyer Law Group) has to prove the liability of the responsible party. During the initial consultation, the attorney will advise you on personal injury law and the instances when one can actually get compensation.

What is the statute of limitation?

It is crucial to know that sometime, personal injury cases have a time limit for filing the lawsuit. You may have a very strong case but all of it can be dismissed simple because you did not contact an attorney in time. The statute of limitation is the time limit in which you are supposed to file a lawsuit and it usually begins when you discover the injury. The duration of time varies depending on the kind of injury and the state in which the injury occurred.

What evidence do you need?

The entire personal injury case depends on the in dismissible evidence you can provide to show that the other party is responsible for the personal injury. You also need to provide evidence to show the loss of earnings, loss of ability to do work and the long-term implications of the injuries. These include witness accounts, valid medical reports and any other document that can support your case.

How should one behave during court proceedings?

The conduct of the client during the case also affects its outcome. You should refrain from excessive behaviors that can put a dent in your case. The attorney should advice you on how you need to conduct yourself during the case including staying out of trouble, avoiding alcohol and other forms of drug abuse among other things.

Can one settle out of court?

Going to court during personal injury cases is often optional. Sometimes, the responsible party may be willing to offer a settlement out of court simply to avoid the hullabaloo and negative publicity that comes with court proceedings. Whether or not you can settle out of court depends on whether you are getting the compensation that you deserve.