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Filing a Suit Against a PA Government Agency Over a Car Crash Just Got Easier

Over the past five years in Pennsylvania, if a vehicle owned and operated by a municipal entity in the Commonwealth (such as SEPTA or the local water authority) was involved in a collision while the vehicle wasn’t in motion, the … Continue reading

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Filing Lawsuits Against Minors and Their Parents in Texas

In some accident cases, a personal injury claim may be brought against a minor who is claimed to have been at fault. Such cases can be complicated, and the laws concerning the liability of minors vary from state to state. … Continue reading

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From Filing to Final Decree: The Stages of a Divorce in Texas

The following information is provided to give litigants and potential litigants an idea of what to expect in a divorce. However, it is important to remember that each and every divorce is different and not all stages apply to each … Continue reading

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Pros and Cons to Filing Chapter 7 in Tacoma

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Pros and Cons in Tacoma Making the decision to file chapter 7 bankruptcy is difficult. You may be worried about how it will affect your credit or your reputation, but in most cases, it will dramatically improve … Continue reading

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Dramatic Increase in Elderly Filing Bankruptcy

DRAMATIC INCREASE IN THE ELDERLY FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY PROTECTIONThe number of elderly filing for bankruptcy is three times what it was in 1991. As a study, from the Consumer Bankruptcy Project, explains, elderly people whose finances are precarious have few places … Continue reading

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