Does your home have a few dirty little secrets? Maybe you thought you'd keep them to yourself because otherwise you might not be able to find a buyer. That's not such a good idea, and in fact, it can even be criminal. Below are four things that must be disclosed to potential home buyers.
Disclosure #1: Damages You're Aware Of
While the extent to which you must disclose will depend on your state, most states require that sellers inform buyers about any issues with the home that the seller knows about.
Getting divorced can be stressful and oftentimes not come out to be how you otherwise expected. In fact, many of those who get divorced expect to come out of it in good standing when in reality they may not have received the desired outcome with issues such as child custody and financial arrangements. Here are three things you need to know about getting divorced that will help to ensure that you go about it as smoothly as possible:
In short, you can file a wrongful death suit on behalf of a loved one who passed away in a nursing home. In North Carolina, personal injury attorneys can help you sort the ins and outs of filing a wrongful death claim. Knowing the answers to these questions will help you figure out if hiring an attorney is the right choice.
What Is Wrongful Death?
A wrongful death suit is one filed after an individual has died as the result of another person's (or company's) improper conduct.
If you had successfully filed a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case, but later on ran into financial troubles that prevent you from making payments as arranged in your repayment plan, you can dismiss your Chapter 13. After doing so, you can file a case under Chapter 7. This process has some pros and cons you should be aware of before taking your next step.
Pros Of Filing A New Chapter 7