If you sign a contract while you're intoxicated, can you be held to its terms? Quite possibly. This is what you should know before you pick up a pen to sign a bet in a bar with your drinking buddy.
Is there a valid contract?
In order for a contract to be valid, there are essentially four things that have to be true:
An offer was made. The offer was accepted.
If you have been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor, a presentence investigation report will be prepared for the judge before sentencing. These are the five things you should know about this report.
1. It is an important document that will influence how the judge is going to sentence you.
Your judge will be considering several factors to determine your sentence, including the laws regarding the crime you were convicted of, public safety issues, and the presentence report.
Most Americans consider their pets to be family and do not hesitate to splurge on pet's expenses. In fact, 56% of American households own at least one pet, and they collectively spent approximately $30.4 billion in 2014. Surprisingly, your pet's market value and expenses can actually affect your bankruptcy application. Here's how.
The Market Value of Your Pet
Technically speaking, your pet is considered as a personal property, and personal property must be surrendered to the bankruptcy trustee, who chooses whether or not to liquefy the assets surrendered to pay off creditors.
If you recently applied for unemployment after losing your job, and it was denied, you have the right to an appeal. The exact process for filing an appeal varies by state, so make sure you know the rules for the state you live in. Here is a basic rundown of what you need to do next.
Know the Reason You Were Denied
Before filing an appeal, find out exactly why your request for unemployment benefits was denied.
If you have decided that, despite your best efforts, your marriage cannot be saved, you can increase the chances of a stress-free divorce by preparing ahead. Taking stock of your financial state is vital to ensure that you and your children continue to not just survive, but thrive, through this tumultuous process. Read on for 5 key moves that will help you be ready for the coming financial storm of divorce.