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Why Cryptocurrencies Can Complicate Your Taxes

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If you are a heavy crypto user, you might dread filing your taxes. Crypto investments can make taxes substantially more challenging because your transactions are likely to be scattered across a broad range of platforms. It's important to keep track of each crypto transaction and to also work with a crypto tax attorney. How Cryptocurrencies are Taxed Cryptocurrencies are classified as property. Therefore, a cryptocurrency will only affect your taxes if you are buying or selling it.

27 July 2022

3 Reasons You Want To Engage A Professional Legal Advisor When Dissolving Your Marriage

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Have you and your marriage partner decided to part ways? You might want to contact a legal advisor before starting the marriage dissolution. That's because complex issues might emerge even if you and your partner have agreed to end the union. For example, divorcing spouses often get involved in a tussle over who should get what after separating. Child custody disputes might also complicate your divorce, prolonging the process by several weeks or months.

1 July 2022

Why You Need A Divorce Lawyer To Make A Prenuptial Agreement As A Business Owner

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You've invested everything in your business—literally everything—and you want to make sure that your hard work pays off well into the future. How can you prevent losing everything in your personal life? A prenuptial agreement (prenup) with a divorce lawyer can help ensure that your hard work won't be squandered if you end up separating from your spouse or partner in the future. Why should you engage a divorce lawyer to draft a prenuptial agreement as a business owner?

6 June 2022

Hurt In An Accident And Out Of Work: What Victims Should Know

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If you were hit by a careless driver, you should not need to suffer from the loss of income that will inevitably result. Lost wages are only one of several forms of damage that accident victims are entitled to be paid. Read on and learn more. Taking the Extra Step Many accident victims hope that the other driver's insurer will pay them enough to cover their losses. However, many victims are in for an unpleasant surprise because insurers will only pay what they are forced to pay.

4 May 2022

Know What To Expect With Workers' Comp Coverage

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After a workplace injury, hurt workers can be confused and uncertain about what to expect in terms of workers' comp benefits. Read on for a better idea of the benefits usually paid to hurt workers who need to take some time off work to recuperate. All Medical Care  Your medical needs should be fully met if the treatment is related to your injury and the doctor in charge orders it. In most cases, that means any emergency care and having ongoing treatments that range from surgery to physical therapy.

12 January 2022

How Will Your Estate Be Probated?

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Part of estate planning involves planning for probate. Unless an estate is too small, nearly every single adult that passes away in the US will leave behind an estate that must go through probate. To find out what might be part of your probate and what might skip it, read on. What is Probate? Ever since people have died leaving behind bills, probate has existed. Probate is the legal means of combing through an estate, meaning its debts and its assets, and settling everything once and for all.

12 January 2022

Take The Middle Road After A Car Accident

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If a careless driver has caused you to spend time in the hospital, you are probably owed monetary compensation from the other driver. There is more than one way to approach this situation, but a happy medium is usually the best way. Read on to find out more about taking the middle road to personal injury success. You Rely on the Insurer It's only natural to believe that the other driver's insurer will take care of your damages.

12 January 2022

3 Benefits Of Using Online Apostille Services When You Move Overseas

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If you have moved overseas or plan to do so soon, then you might need to have certain documents apostilled. You might need this authentication to get married, open financial accounts, study at a university, or get a job. You might find it easier to use online apostille services. Why should you do this? 1. Speed Up The Authentication Process Apostille verification isn't always a fast process. You might need to send certificates and documents to various agencies to have them approved and formally apostilled.

1 December 2021

Almost Ready To Work Again After An Injury

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If you have been using workers' compensation benefits after a work-related accident, you may be evaluated and asked to return to work on a light-duty basis. Knowing what to expect and where to turn when things go wrong is important, so read on for some guidance. What is Light Duty? This term can mean various things for hurt workers who have recovered enough to work but not enough to return to their previous position.

20 October 2021

3 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Law Firm When Buying A House

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Whether you have retained the services of a real estate agent or you are choosing to take a do-it-yourself approach to finding a home to buy, it is in your best interest to retain the services of a law firm once you find a property you wish to purchase. Continue reading to learn more about a few of the ways in which these legal services can prove beneficial during the home-buying process.

17 September 2021