Mental Conditions And Social Security

Most people understand that if they are unable to work at their jobs due to a medical condition, they may qualify for Social Security benefits. What many don't know is that unseen and not so obvious disorders are also covered under this valuable government program. Many people are so affected by mental disorders that they are unable to make a living since they are unable to work at all. If you are suffering from some very common disorders, like anxiety, depression, mood and personality disorders and more, you may qualify for Social Security benefits. [Read More]

Why You Should Hire A Lawyer When Filing A Personal Injury Case As A Car Crash Victim

Being injured in an auto accident is never fun, especially when you have to deal with a loss of work, medical expenses, and car repair bills afterward. If the accident wasn't your fault, you shouldn't have to foot the bill for all the resulting repairs and doctor's visits. You may be able to receive compensation from the other party for your pain and suffering by filing a personal injury claim. Here's why you should hire a lawyer before filing that claim: [Read More]

Pregnant And Unemployed – Are Unemployment Benefits Available?

It's never easy losing a job, but when you're pregnant and lose a job, things can become even more complicated than they would if you didn't have a baby growing in your belly. The further along you are in your pregnancy, the harder it can be to find someone willing to give you a job for the few short months that you will be available before having to take time off to bring your sweet baby into this world. [Read More]

Divorce Property and Debts

If you and your spouse are divorcing, the division of property and debt can be one of the most contentious issues you experience. While it is always recommended that parties work together to create a plan for addressing debts and assets, the law does provide guidance on how it should be handled. States are divided in the manner that they address the marital estate, with most states following what is called equitable distribution and a few following community laws. [Read More]