After serving in the US military, you're entitled to multiple benefits. The Montgomery GI Bill and Post 9/11 GI Bill are two popular college programs, but there are other programs such as the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) Chapter 31 VA benefits and the Yellow Ribbon Program. You may be entitled to all of these programs and more, but pay special attention to Chapter 31. Here are a few education benefit details to understand how Chapter 31 works and how to implement it to the best of your abilities. [Read More]
3 Types Of Personal Injury Claims Often Disregarded By The Injured Party
No one really lives their life without getting injured in some form or fashion somewhere along the lines. It is a fact of life that sometimes, things just happen that leave you with an injury. However true this may be, there are some situations when disregarding an injury is not in your best interest. If someone else is directly responsible for an injury that is so severe it incapacitates you on some level, it's not fair to you to simply deal with the repercussions of your injury. [Read More]
4 Things To Know About Defending Yourself On Your Property
As a homeowner, defending yourself and your property is your right up to a certain point. There are many gray areas, so it's important to understand what it means when you are defending yourself against a trespasser on your property. Take a look at these examples: You Cannot Shoot Without Reason: First off, you cannot use a deadly weapon without reason. For example, if someone breaks into your home and you shoot before they do anything else, you will probably face charges, which could potentially be murder charges, so always be mindful of this. [Read More]
Can A Teenager Decide Which Parent They Want To Reside With?
If you were divorced with a child, you likely have a child custody agreement. The agreement may have been decided by both parties, or a judge may have issued a ruling based on what they perceived to be the child's best interests. However, as your child grows and becomes a teenager, you may start to wonder if they have any say in which parent they reside in. There are a lot of people out there who believe that children do have a say in which parent they reside with once they become teenagers. [Read More]