Do You Have Few Marital Assets But Plenty of Debt? How Can You Ensure Your Divorce Settlement Remains Equitable?

Making the tough decision to file for divorce from your long-time spouse can be one of the most difficult transitions of your life— particularly if you're leaving a high-debt marriage and are concerned about your ability to rebuild your financial future on a single income. While many divorce how-tos focus on the equitable division of assets, dividing debt in a fair and efficient way is equally as important. Being saddled with marital debt can cause resentment and regret, and it may even impact your ability to remarry. [Read More]

Bottoms Up! 3 Ways To Improve Your Chances Of Getting A Liquor License For A Restaurant

Getting a liquor license can really up your restaurant to a different ballgame, thanks to the fact that most adults enjoy ordering a glass of wine or a cocktail with their meal. To give you a better perspective, 70.7% of Americans ages 18 or older reported that they drank in the past year in 2013. Each state will have different requirements that need to be met before a liquor license can be issued. [Read More]

What You Should Know About Presumed Speed Limits And How You Can Successfully Fight A Ticket

There are times when contesting a speeding ticket may be to your advantage; for example, if a conviction will result in the loss of your driving privileges or cancellation of insurance, then it is probably a good idea to fight a ticket in court. While there are a variety of defense strategies to use in a speeding ticket case, some individuals miss out on the big picture by not understanding their own state speeding laws. [Read More]

Is Litigation Funding A Viable Option For Your Potential Lawsuit?

If you've been grievously wronged by a colleague or business associate, your first instinct may be to contact an attorney to discuss and evaluate your legal options. However, you may find a lawsuit to be a much costlier prospect than anticipated. When you're already reeling from the financial impact of a wrongful termination, stock devaluation, or other shady business decision, coming up with the funds to keep a litigator on retainer for the duration of your case could be out of the question. [Read More]