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Domestic vs. International Adoption: Which Type Is Right for Your Family?

Posted by RahaimSaints on January 18, 2017 | Family Law

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There are already a ton of questions that a couple considering an adoption have to consider — so many questions, in fact, that it can quickly become overwhelming. Chief among them is whether to pursue a domestic vs. an international adoption. The adoption attorneys with Rahaim and Saints would like to share some information to help make your decision easier.

What are the Pros and Cons of International vs. Domestic Adoption?

Before you do anything else, sit down and figure out the advantages and disadvantages regarding domestic vs. international adoption. Here are just a few of the things you’ll need to consider.

  • Expense — It can cost about the same to adopt internationally and domestically, but there can also be a major cost difference.

How Does Bankruptcy Help Me in the Short Run?

Posted by RahaimSaints on January 11, 2017 | Bankruptcy

As soon as you file for bankruptcy, you immediately gain protection from your creditors, ending any harassment you may have been experiencing. The stressed businessman BYGo4l0Ho 682x1024 How Does Bankruptcy Help Me in the Short Run? reason is an automatic stay is put into effect that will stop all collection efforts. Your creditors can no longer send you threatening letters and/or phone calls. If a creditor is in the process of suing you, that lawsuit will immediately stop. There are, however, several other ways an automatic stay can help as well. 

Immediate Relief

Whether you are filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an automatic stay can provide you with several benefits. You’ll gain relief from the constant stress of dealing with creditors, and you’ll have time to regroup financially. These are just a few of the things an automatic stay can prevent from happening:

  • Home foreclosures — If you are facing a foreclosure, an automatic stay can at least provide a temporary halt to the proceedings.

What If I Forget to List a Creditor When Filling out My Bankruptcy Schedules?

Posted by RahaimSaints on December 28, 2016 | Bankruptcy

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If you are filing for bankruptcy, you’ll need to make sure you not only list all of your debts, but also your creditors’ names and addresses. This is required so all of your creditors can be notified of your filing.

However, going through the bankruptcy process can obviously be extremely stressful, and as a result, you could easily let one of your creditors slip through the cracks. This is just one of the reasons why you should get the help of a Delaware bankruptcy attorney — so you can ensure all of the necessary paperwork will be filled out accurately and completely.

What Are the Bankruptcy Schedules?

In a nutshell, the bankruptcy schedules are a series of documents you must prepare for the court that provide detailed information about your debts, expenses and income.…