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11 FAQS ABOUT HOW THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC MAY AFFECT YOUR BANKRUPTCY

  If your bankruptcy is in progress or you are considering filing bankruptcy soon, you are probably concerned about how the coronavirus pandemic could affect your case. Here are answers to common questions about the impact of the pandemic on bankruptcy. The coronavirus pandemic is creating challenging and uncertain times across the globe. Like many businesses […]

CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION ARRANGEMENTS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

In the best of times, maintaining a positive co-parenting relationship with your ex can be challenging. The coronavirus pandemic has added a level of complication to child custody and parenting plan arrangements.  Here, we discuss how coronavirus pandemic might complicate your child custody or visitation arrangement and offer some tools that you and your child’s other parent can […]

HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVES AND COVID-19

I. INTRODUCTION The coronavirus pandemic has brought into sharp focus the precariousness of life and the uncertainty of the future. Anyone at any time could find herself the victim of a serious injury or illness. Even if you are spared from COVID-19, eventually you are likely to experience a medical crisis. Be prepared with your […]

27 FAQS ABOUT CHANGES THE CARES ACT MADE TO TAXES IN 2020

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act is a $2.3 trillion relief bill that was instituted to stabilize the economy and prevent Americans from suffer-ing financial distress following the coronavirus pandemic. The CARES Act provides payments to individuals, forgivable loans to small businesses, penalty-free retirement dis-tributions for those who need them, and tax […]

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM DURING A PANDEMIC

If you are injured due to the negligence (the unreasonably careless conduct) of another person or entity, you may be entitled to compensation for the harm that was done to you. Even though the coronavirus has closed many businesses across the country—including courthouses, medical offices and law offices—there are steps you can and should take […]

I QUIT (BUT NOT VOLUNTARILY)! DO I HAVE ANY LEGAL RECOURSE?

If you quit your job, but not on your own terms, you may be able to make out a claim for “constructive discharge” (or “constructive termination”), but only if you left your job because your working conditions were so intolerable that no reasonable person would have been expected to stay. Download a printable version of this article: WHAT […]

WHAT TO DO IF YOU CANNOT PAY YOUR BILLS BECAUSE OF A CORONAVIRUS HARDSHIP

We are living in challenging, uncertain times. Covid-19 is wreaking havoc on the global and domestic economy and no one knows when business and life will return to normal. How long the economy will be affected is anyone’s guess. If you find yourself furloughed or laid off due to this pandemic, you are not alone. […]

13 FAQS ABOUT RETIREMENT PLANS AND DISTRIBUTIONS UNDER THE CARES ACT

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic (CARES) Act includes provisions related to retirement plans and distributions. Here is what you need to know about this aspect of the law. Download a printable version of this article 1. HOW DOES THE CARES ACT AFFECT RETIREMENT SAVINGS? The CARES Act may affect your retirement in several different […]

16 FAQS ABOUT MORTGAGE AND FORECLOSURE RELIEF UNDER CARES ACT

 The $2.3 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides mortgage and foreclosure relief to Americans suffering financial hardship in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on this topic. Download printable version of this article 1. WHAT DOES THE CARES ACT […]

Do I Need a Lawyer if I’m Ordered to Mediation by a Judge?

I have been ordered to mediation by a judge. Do I need a lawyer? Mediation is a negotiation process where disputing parties are assisted by a neutral third-party—a mediator. Mediators are trained to facilitate discussions and help parties work out their own solution. The parties may or may not reach a settlement, but it is […]

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