Many consumers go and speak with an attorney regarding the types of bankruptcies they can file. While there are many, usually consumer bankruptcies fall under Chapter 7 or 13. Each type of bankruptcy is used for a specific type of problem. We look at the most popular ones, and how they differ from one another.
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When filing for bankruptcy many people are nervous and unsure of what to do. It is critical to the bankruptcy process to avoid mistakes and proceed responsibly.
The financial issues surrounding the severity of needing to file for bankruptcy are extremely anxiety provoking and stressful for all parties involved.
If you have moved to Mississippi and your ex-spouse and children will remain in the state in which the custody agreement was finalized, the desire to change the custody agreement raises many questions.
As parents, we worry about the care and security for our children should something happen to us. An estate plan allows you to plan out the care for your children is something happens to one or both parents.
If you were injured in a car accident in Mississippi and the other driver was at fault, their insurance should cover all of your damages and injuries. Mississippi uses what’s called a tort system to award compensation in accidents. That means the victim needs to file a claim with the insurance company of the at-fault driver.