Denied Unemployment Benefits  

Denied Unemployment Benefits          A person can claim unemployment benefits if they have the unemployment insurance and if they have been unemployed for no fault of theirs. These two are the main prerequisites. However, unemployment benefit has been a subject of debate in several states and some claim that they never get paid. There are many reasons why a person would get laid off; and some are recognized by the unemployment benefit plans, while others are not recognized.

      The main idea behind the unemployment benefit plan is to help regular people to live a respectful lifestyle despite losing their jobs until they regain their financial footing. In addition, the amount of time allowed to get these benefits is limited.

      The benefits are given on the basis of the previous salary drawn. Also, the relevant authorities at the unemployment benefits' office decide as to how much would be a justifiable amount for the benefit and that is also dependant on the amount of salary drawn. More...


Setting Up a Trust Fund

Setting Up a Trust Fund         A trust is a separate legal entity that is established by the owner of the company or business or individual to run the affairs after their death. It takes care of the assets and manages it, so that the beneficiaries get their due through the trust. The employees of the trust are trustees and they get a salary for running the trust fund profitably. They only have the right to control the trust fund, but do not hold the right to make any major changes to it.

          If you want to plan a trust, then you should first contact an estate planning lawyer who would do the appropriate documentation in legal terms for the trust. Establishing a trust would mean listing your wishes and preferences after you are gone. In the trust, you can state who your beneficiaries are and how the trust should be run. There are different kinds of trust. More...


Key Considerations When Choosing a Criminal Defense Lawyer

Key Considerations When Choosing a Criminal Defense Lawyer          Criminal defense lawyers are required by people who are facing a criminal case and need to defend themselves. A criminal case usually has severe outcomes and penalties. If there is no fault of yours, then you will need a criminal defense lawyer to be on your side. There are several considerations to make for your case when you are choosing a criminal lawyer. Choosing the right lawyer for your case is a very difficult and daunting task. More...


Life after Bankruptcy Discharge

Life after Bankruptcy Discharge          A bankruptcy discharge applies to a person who has filed for bankruptcy in the first place. It is a legal process in which a debtor is freed from all obligations to pay his or her debts. There are different kinds of bankruptcy like Chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13. All these chapters apply for different set of people. For some people a bankruptcy discharge is a boon in disguise, while for some others it can be the worse thing that ever happened to them. That is why while filing for bankruptcy you should consider the aftermath from all angles and then go ahead with it. More...





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Most Common Errors Made When Planning Your Estate

Most Common Errors Made When Planning Your Estate
         Estate planning falls into several categories and areas. If you are new to the whole concept of estate planning, then you should take proper legal advice and help from qualified people like lawyers. There are several common errors people make out of negligence and lack of knowledge during estate planning. Some of them are listed below. More...




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