Monthly Archives: February 2015

Legal Separation or Divorce: Which Is Better Financially?

Traditionally, couples used trial separation as a way to decide whether or not to officially end their marriage. However, today, a growing number of couples are choosing to stay separated instead of filing for divorce, even though they don’t plan on reconciling their marital differences. The reason that couples are choosing this option is for … Continue reading Legal Separation or Divorce: Which Is Better Financially?

When You Should Consider a Product Liability Lawsuit

A product liability case arises when someone along the chain of manufacturing or distributing a consumer product is responsible for damage caused by the product. Parties that can be held accountable through a product liability lawsuit include the manufacturer of component parts, the designer, the wholesaler, or the retail storeowner. In order for someone to … Continue reading When You Should Consider a Product Liability Lawsuit

Different Type of Identity Theft

When someone steals another person’s information and uses it without permission, it is considered identity theft. Even though identity theft is a non-violent, white-collar crime, it can create considerable havoc on the victim’s credit history, financial reputation, and overall financial well-being. The best way for someone to protect against identity theft is to safeguard his … Continue reading Different Type of Identity Theft