In most Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, once the debts are discharged by the court, the process is over. Unfortunately for some filers, though, the discharges do not mark the end. Each year, the U.S. trustee opts to audit some bankruptcy cases. If you have been notified that your bankruptcy is one of those, here is what you need to know. Why Were You Selected? Bankruptcy audits are usually random. The trustee is required to review a certain number of cases each year.
For many fathers it can feel as though the system is stacked against you when it comes to establishing and fighting for your paternal rights. Even so, there are a number of things you can do to improve your chances of coming away with most of what you're after. An existing judgment in the mother's favor can make this challenging, but with the right legal assistance, guidance, and personal motivation it's entirely possible.
As a small business owner, it can be a challenge to keep up with all the responsibilities you need to take care of. However, depending on where you live and what type of business you have, you may also need to adhere to certain environmental regulations and guidelines. Here are some things you need to do to make sure that you are in compliance with any laws. Label Waste One way that you could be violating any environmental guidelines in place is that you could be failing to label toxic substances.
If you're going through a divorce and have children, one of your biggest concerns may be about how the judge will determine child support. While the rest of a divorce may be stressful and emotionally-charged, the child support determination is actually pretty straightforward. Here's how it works and how it doesn't. What Child Support is Not To put your mind at ease, first consider what child support is not. It is not to punish one of the spouses for alleged wrongdoing, and it is not to say that one spouse is a better parent than the other.
If you are looking to file a personal injury lawsuit in Alabama, then there are some facts that you should know before proceeding. Here are some laws that will directly affect your lawsuit: The Statute of Limitations First of all, you need to make sure that you file your lawsuit before the statute of limitations is up. In Alabama, you generally have 2 years to file your claim. If you do not, then your lawsuit will likely be thrown out.