Believe it or not, there are telltale signs that a person is facing a probable bankruptcy filing. In most cases, bankruptcy will provide immediate relief if you find yourself in the following common situations: 1.) Your paycheck or bank accounts are being garnished; 2.) You receive harassing phone calls or letters from people you owe money.
Attorney Nick Halbur has published an article on long-term care planning, emphasizing the “4 Ds” — Death, Divorce, Debt. and Disability. The article emphasizes the importance of long-term care to effective estate plans. Mr. Halbur’s article is published in the May/June 2012 issue of The Nebraska Lawyer, the official publication of the Nebraska State Bar Association. The.
How do you pronounce the word “lien”? Attorney Ben Thompson has published an article providing a general overview of liens, including types of liens, sources of liens, and methods for enforcing liens. It also takes the position that “lien” should be pronounced with one syllable, not two. The articles is published in the May/June 2012 issue of The Nebraska.
Thompson Law Office in Omaha is pleased to welcome Terry White as a new attorney with the law firm. Ms. White is an experienced litigator whose legal practice has included working with two of Omaha’s most well-respected law firms prior to joining Thompson Law Office. Her experience has included work for both plaintiffs and defendants. .
Taking the following steps will help your family if you die or become incapacitated. 1. Make a financial power of attorney. With a durable power of attorney for finances,you can give a trusted person broad authority to handle your finances if you become incapacitated and unable to handle your own affairs. This person is called.
Long Term Care expenses, and particularly Nursing Home care, can quickly deplete a family’s assets. While most of the work of an elder law attorney is focused on finding the best payment source for clients in need of care, sometimes clients come to an attorney after already having accrued an arrears on their bill. On.