Coming to terms with your financial state might be rather shocking, especially if you find that you have more debt than you realized. For many people, delving into the finances is very difficult because it might seem like the debt is insurmountable.
Some young adults think that they don't need to handle estate planning matters right away. While it might be true that these individuals have a lot of time left on the Earth, you just can't predict what might happen. Estate planning is best done as early as possible.
On July 1, a new child support model went into effect for child support cases in the Illinois. The new model doesn't automatically apply to child support orders that were issued prior to the July 1 start date, so if you already have an order, you should continue to follow it.
There are many people who believe they don't qualify for bankruptcy because of their income or assets. However, as you learn more, you may soon come to find that you qualify to move forward.
Consumers shouldn't be bothered by robocalls and other automatic telemarketing phone calls. When these calls do occur, there is a chance that they are in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991. This act provides consumers with specific protections against these annoying calls.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) sets a standard for debt collectors. These standards also come with specific penalties for debt collectors who choose not to follow the guidelines set forth in the act.