• 6 Ways to Reiterate “NO” to Timeshare Salespeople

    The timeshare industry is popular totaling over 70 billion dollars, with about 3% of all households owning one. Despite their popularity though, that doesn’t make them a good idea. With the average price of a timeshare totaling more than $20,000 and the incredible amount of work involved in getting rid of them, there are plenty of reasons to say no to a timeshare. While the thought of saying no at a timeshare presentation may seem simple enough, you may find it is not that easy. Read below to see other tips to keep you from falling victim to the timeshare salespeople.

    Monthly Payments

    This is a big key when getting out of a timeshare presentation. There are many people that are going to come and talk to you. One after another, and each one is going to bring you a different deal better than the last in order to try to get you to purchase a timeshare option. The term “monthly payment” is going to be key here. No matter how much wheeling and dealing they do, t Continue Reading

  • 5 Things Divorce Lawyers Wish Clients Knew

    Divorce is not something anyone wants to think about, but the reality is it happens quite often. More than 40% of first marriages end in divorce. Each year there are more than 800,000 divorces equating one every 36 seconds with more than one million kids being affected by them each year. Just because we don’t want to think about doesn’t mean it’s not going to happen, and if it does you want to be prepared. This means knowing your rights and having an experienced defense lawyer on your side through the process. Read below to see some secrets divorce lawyers wish more clients knew to make divorce proceedings easier.

    Keep Financial Records

    While it is a well known fact, that any defense attorney will tell you, that money is a main driving cause for most failed marriages, that doesn’t mean it should be ignored. Many defense lawyers advise their clients to keep a watchful eye on finances. Finances reported for tax purposes could differ significantly from income Continue Reading

  • A Look At Mediation In Divorces

    Getting married is accepted as a part of life. You grow up, you fall in love, and you get married. But marriage itself is becoming less and less of a routine with more people choosing to never get married altogether. But this does not mean that there are fewer couples in the United States. To the contrary, more than five and half million couples in the United States alone are currently living together before or instead of getting married, and even more unmarried couples in the country do not live together. Many people who choose not to get married have simply never been interested in it, and some see avoiding marriage as a way to make their relationship last and go the distance. After all, divorce is more common than it ever has been before, and the process of a divorce can be expensive, time consuming, and emotionally draining all at once.

    Divorce is comm Continue Reading

  • 5 Times Your Should Call A Car Accident Lawyer

    When do you need an auto accident attorney? This question is worth considering, especially given the fact that car accidents in America can cost a lot. In 2010 alone the combined economic cost of every car accident, truck accident, and motorcycle accident reached $242 billion. There’s so much going on whenever a car accident happens that you should think now about what to do when an auto wreck happens. Here are five times you should call a lawyer.

    1. After a traumatizing crash. When a bad accident happens, it can be easy to feel so overwhelmed and shaken up that calling a car wreck attorney is the last thing on anyone’s mind. Of course, the first priority is to make sure all injuries are taken care of, but it’s also important to remember that it’s never too soon to get the help of an auto accident attorney and find out what your options are for medical Continue Reading
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