Category: Law

Can a Business Declare Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a term that defines the degraded financial status of an organization or a business. When a firm is unable to pay the financial obligations of the company or is not able to pay its creditors, then the company files a petition in which all the outstanding assets and liabilities of a person are

How Does a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Work

Did you know that medical malpractice may be the third leading cause of death in the United States? When you fall victim to some form of medical negligence or malpractice, it’s time to seek out a lawyer. But how does a medical malpractice lawsuit work? For those who aren’t familiar with the legal world, it

5 Things Lawyers Ask at a Case Evaluation

You were injured at the hands (or wheel) of someone else. And you want someone to pay, at least for your medical bills and any time you had to take off work. That’s a fair ask, given that they were truly at fault. Proving they were at fault, though, is where it gets tricky. Unless

Showing Extreme Hardship for an Immigration Mental Health Evaluation

The US’s immigration laws provide an avenue for inadmissible individuals to acquire immigrant visas or green cards to become citizens. People that fit such a profile can be “forgiven” their inadmissibility by applying for a reservation where specific procedures ensue. These procedures include hardship evaluation. Factors that could lead to inadmissibility include previous deportation, public

The Divorce Process in the US Explained

It would be best if you had in mind that the process of divorce starts with a petition. The main idea is that one partner or petitioner will write a petition and serve to the partner. Keep in mind that you need to fill a petition in state court where your partner resides. Most people