Below is a list of COVID-19 car insurance company refunds, credits and rebate programs. Some companies have yet to announce any program. Driving is down between 35% to 50% during the COVID pandemic. This is very beneficial to insurance companies. Some industry experts consider the rebates and credits they are offering as relatively small in
Driving is down 35%-50% during the COVID-19 pandemic. Are your insurance rates down? They should be. Here’s how.
Utilities — If you are behind in your utility payments and file for bankruptcy, you can discharge the outstanding bills in Chapter 7 bankruptcy and repay outstanding bills through your repayment plan if you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Public utilities such as the electric company, cannot refuse or cut off service because you have
Bankruptcy will affect your credit score but it may also be the beginning of a plan to improve your score.
Two of your most important possessions are your home and car. Its natural to be concerned about them when considering a bankruptcy. There are lots of ways to protect these assets but its not a guarantee that you’ll be able to keep them. Its important to understand that some of your creditors may have a
With the assistance of an experienced bankruptcy attorney, most people lose few assets in an bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy cannot cure every financial problem. Nor is it the right step for every individual. There are four debt problems that usually cannot be completely solved by filing bankruptcy: creditors with liens on your assets, domestic relations obligations, co-signers on accounts and post-bankruptcy debts. Secured Creditors. In bankruptcy, it is usually not possible to eliminate
Late last year, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives introduced legislation to ban non-compete agreements between employers and their employees, citing the Commonwealth’s “strong interest in promoting unrestricted trade and mobility of employees in the work force as well as promoting businesses’ abilities to seek the best qualified candidates for employment.” A non-compete agreement, or covenant
By Melissa A. Derby, Esquire There is good news for people who have criminal records. Pennsylvania recently expanded the types of criminal records that can be sealed in order to provide ex-offenders greater opportunity to join the workforce. The new law allows records of misdemeanor guilty pleas and convictions to be sealed. The law
My wife, Joyce, and I would like to congratulate you and your organization for having an employee, Jennifer Bamonte, with the understanding and compassion for the elderly among your clients. Jennifer has been most patient and responsive to our needs for the required legal documents necessary for our Powers of Attorney and Wills. She has