Getting A Criminal Defense Lawyer Who Is Reputable Is Important

Debt is a word that sends a chill down the spine of many a human being. It’s very easy to incur debt but it is very difficult to repay it on time every time. When debts overtake your income and you falter on payments, tension mounts and creditors fall in line to nag you. Only then do you realize the importance of financial planning and proper debt management.

Libra – financially slowest star sign. Librans demonstrate a distinct lack of interest and attention to detail when it comes to their financial management. They are slow to check their statements, and when they do get round to it, they are less likely to check the detail. Advice: Hey “YOU” Libra your life is a good one but can be turned upside down by being complacent… Make sure you don’t take your money for granted. THINK ahead and you’ll be fine.

Play The Money Game- my wife and I are constantly playing money games with our 6 year old son so that he learns the importance of money. We play games like “Bet You Can’t Buy This” where we tell him that he will never be able to save enough money to buy a toy. What he does is starts saving his money for that toy to beat us at our own game. Eventually, he buys it and has the feeling like he beat us, because he DID BUY IT! How can you make similar games with your family. Believe me, it doesn’t matter what age your family is. There are even financial boardgames that are fun as well. Check out Cash Flow For Kids. I have it and my nephews are always asking to play it.

When you are searching for a divorce lawyer, you are interviewing for a job opening. You will be hiring that lawyer – he / she will be working for you. So you have every right to ‘interrogate’ the lawyer (think of it as a job interview) before you actually hire him / her. During that interview, find out about the lawyer’s years of practice, area of expertise, records of win, hourly rate and such.

Note: Most successful lawyer s will be reluctant to estimate the value of your case without looking at your medical bills and records. Some financial literacy will give you a high estimate on the value of your case to get you signed up. Do not fall for it. You should probably avoid any lawyer who does this.

You should investigate a pre-paid lawyer as diligently as you would any other lawyer and ask the same questions. If the lawyer does not devote a significant portion of his/her practice to the area of law involved in your matter, you should look elsewhere. If the lawyer does not have a good reputation within the legal community, you should look elsewhere. If the lawyer cannot point to articles written or cases won, if he/she cannot point to client testimonials, you should look elsewhere.

How much debt do you have? How much of it is good debt (debt that increases your net worth) and how much is bad debt (consumer spending)? Is this amount manageable for you? What are the interest rates you are paying? How much interest do you pay per month?

After choosing the right lawyer for you, make sure to get as much information as you can on the cost and payment options. Knowing the payment options will help you be prepared to pay for legal representation once you have decided on the right lawyer.