Posted by RahaimSaints on November 19, 2015 | Community Events
Winter in Delaware means fields of snow and nights inside with cocoa. It also means lots to do outside. Just consider what you can do when the state is a winter wonderland:
1) Eat wonderful food.
Delaware has amazing chefs and restaurants, and you can explore them all on the Delaware Culinary Trail. Visit all of the restaurants on the trail, and youâ€™ll get a cookbook to try your own hand at cooking.
2) Strap on some snowshoes.
Trails make a great place for snowshoeing. Itâ€™s a chance to see your favorite green spaces transformed by snow and winter.
3) Check into a B&B.
Check into one of the stateâ€™s many award-winning bed-and-breakfasts for a cozy stay in a historic inn.…
Posted by RahaimSaints on November 12, 2015 | Bankruptcy
Debt can feel like a life sentence. It can rob you of your paycheck and leave you with sleepless nights. Itâ€™s difficult to enjoy your day if you’re constantly worried about paying off your bills, dealing with bill collectors and trying to meet your financial obligations. Debt can also make you vulnerable to bankruptcy. If you’re living paycheck to paycheck because of your debts, a simple illness or a sudden disruption in your employment can be enough to nudge you into financial disaster.
Getting out of the debt â€” even significant debt â€” is possible if you:
1) Start by taking a good, long look at your debts.
Many people want to avoid taking a look at what they owe. Start by listing everything you owe, including exact amounts and the interest rates on each loan.…
Posted by RahaimSaints on November 5, 2015 | Criminal
Itâ€™s a parentâ€™s worst nightmare: They get a call from the police, telling them that their child has committed a crime and is being charged or held in jail. These situations are absolutely devastating for families. Parents may wonder where they went wrong or feel that their child is unfairly accused. They may worry that a mistake or problem at a young age might affect their childâ€™s life permanently.
If you find yourself in this situation, there are several things you will want to do:
1) Contact an attorney.
The first thing you will want to do â€” and fast â€” is contact an attorney with experience in juvenile defense. Juvenile justice and the court system for adults are two very different things, so look for experience.…