In these days it is crucial to have someone who knows very well about the law. We watch on the daily news and see how people are not protected by the Law, and don’t know where to go, since no one provides them real services in this field. If you are looking for a lawyer [...] read more »
Utah has one of the lowest school debt burdens of any state: 48 out of 50. Nevertheless, a bankruptcy lawyer there says students have to get some relief, and soon. More Than Ever, College Grads Burdened By School Loan DebtAndrew Clawson, a Utah bankruptcy lawyer said he is very concerned that college loans have become a huge burden for many families. “Something has to be done to give people relief,” he said. College loans can’t be erased by bankruptcy. Clawson said many of his client who are struggling f... read more »
Too many of us have had to claim bankruptcy due to too many reasons. Foreclosures, job loss, death of a loved one, and so many more reasons contribute to our own personal monetary losses. Though we may hate to admit it, our only recourse is to claim bankruptcy.
My own personal situation involved providing for my three youngest children (my oldest was grown) with little and sometimes no child support, working at jobs that paid close to only minimum wage. Things got so bad I had to use credit cards to buy... read more »
When I attended a few days of Byron Sonnes preliminary hearing last year I met his parents and a few of his friends. But not Byron, since he had been denied bail and was in still in custody. I only saw him ushered in and out of the court room in handcuffs. And it was clearly [...] read more »
Declaring bankruptcy for a business is never easy but when everything is not turning right, then a major decision must be made. Company may hire bankruptcy attorney to refer and process legal matters. But an attorney may also refer from other sources how to deal and transact legal things in an appropriate way. He can [...] read more »
6-year-old charged with sexual assault for consensual doctor play Grant County authorities have accused a 6-year-old boy of first-degree sexual assault of a child for allegedly playing “doctor” with a 5-year-old girl in September. The case, which is plowing new legal ground in Wisconsin, calls into question when a child’s act can be considered criminal — particularly when it involves behavior some experts say is normal for children that age — Normal behavior is criminalized (Overcriminalization)Of cour... read more »