Helping U.S. Citizens Return Home After Years Abroad

Posted on: 2 March 2021
Immigration attorneys are usually called to help non-U.S. citizens gain residency or set up work permits, or they help U.S. citizens bring over fiances and spouses. Immigration attorneys can also help U.S. citizens who are returning home after years abroad. For citizens, it's not just a matter of hopping on a plane and showing up. Legally, they have to detangle themselves from their previous country's laws and successfully navigate the process of getting home without making it seem like they're trying to skirt laws.
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Co-Owning Your Home After Divorce? 4 Items For The Divorce Agreement

Posted on: 1 February 2021
Do you co-own a home with your soon-to-be ex-spouse? For divorcing couples with small children, the struggle about what to do with their matrimonial home can be complex when neither party can afford to buy out the other spouse's share of the home. In this case, the only way to avoid selling it may be to continue to jointly own it. If you and your spouse are considering this move, you'll need to decide on a few key points and include them in the divorce agreement.
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What You Should Do Immediately After Receiving Divorce Papers

Posted on: 29 December 2020
Were you recently handed divorce papers by your spouse, and you are a bit confused about what you should do? Even if you knew the divorce was coming, the reality of being given the official paperwork can catch you off guard. Here are some tips for what you should do immediately after receiving your divorce papers.  Verify That You Were Served Papers Legally Know that being served legal paperwork is something that has to be done in a particular way.
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When It's Time For Bankruptcy: What To Do About Student Loan Debt

Posted on: 30 November 2020
Financial troubles can mean bankruptcy when debts loom large with no way to pay them. Not all debts can be included in a Chapter 7 filing, though. Financial obligations like taxes, child support, and student loans are among the most common debts that filers want to have included in their bankruptcy, but cannot. In some cases, you can have your student loan debt dismissed if you meet the strict standards. Read on to find out more.
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