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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Are you faced with the situation of owing more than you can actually pay back? Are creditors calling you all day? Are you at risk of losing your home? When non-bankruptcy options are no longer feasible, the decision to file bankruptcy could be at the top of your list.
While it's no doubt that you've heard of bankruptcy before, terms such as "Chapter 7" and "Chapter 13" could be confusing. What is the difference between the two types of bankruptcy and what do they really mean?
Social Security has provisions for individual with a physical disability and mental disability. Individuals who have worked for a given time period and have a physical or mental disability which prevents them from working can be eligible for social security disability claims. Conditions include but are not limited to: severe back pain, stroke, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, Lupus, orthopedic problems, knee or shoulder problems, heart attack, blindness, arthritis, cancer, narcolepsy, sleep apnea, and hepatitis C.
It is a law under Social Security that a person who suffers mental or physical disability may be entitled to social security disability benefits from the government. Unfortunately, however, some people get rejected when they make social security disability claims. In fact, two-thirds of disability claims get rejected.
Finding the right family law attorney for your divorce, child custody, child support, or prenuptial agreement case can be a real challenge. With family law being a personal area of law and with so many attorneys out there, it is important to ask specific questions to determine which one is best for you.
Family law cases can be highly emotional and stressful. There are lots of paper work and documents to be filled out, which can take time and patience. Choosing the wrong family law attorney can make matters worse by costing you money, time and frustration. You will need an attorney that provides sensitive counsel while fighting for your best interests.