Your Guide to Criminal Misdemeanors in Nevada

A misdemeanor is not as serious as a felony charge. However, it can still have negative consequences if you don’t handle it the right way. An experienced attorney who handles misdemeanors can help guide you through the process and possibly…


Bankruptcy For Independent Business Owners

No one hopes for a bankruptcy. The word alone often ignites feelings of anxiety and dread. However, bankruptcies are nothing to feared or be ashamed of, as they can often alleviate an extraordinary amount of stress and debt and give…


Surviving Bankruptcy: What Debts Get Erased Afterwards?

Filing for bankruptcy can be a stressful and confusing time. Sometimes, it’s the uncertainty of your future that creates the most anxiety. Knowing what to expect up front can truly help alleviate some of that mental burden. You may not…


Steps To Make Sure Your Bankruptcy Proceeding Go Smoothly

Filing for bankruptcy doesn’t need to be an anxiety-ridden process. In fact, the process can go smoothly if you know what to expect and how to prepare. Consider this a general, beginner’s guide to the process of filing for bankruptcy…


Will My COVID Stimulus Check Affect My Bankruptcy Filing?

Let’s clear up a bit of information about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and how that might affect your bankruptcy filing. If you, as an eligible individual, filed a single 2018 tax return, you may…


Student Loans, COVID, and Bankruptcy

  Many a former students have wondered how to relieve their hankering debt worth tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars after receiving their education. Unlike other forms of debt, however, individuals have not been able to easily turn to…


Can Coronavirus Impact Your Bankruptcy Case?

The COVID-19 crisis has sent unemployment filings into a tailspin. According to ABC News, nearly 10 million Americans filed for unemployment protections in March 2020. Businesses quickly shuttered their doors. Others sharply reduced hours for employees and limited what services…


The Paycheck Protection Program: Aid For Small Businesses During Coronavirus Pandemic

The United States Senator from Nevada, Jacky Rosen, has helped to pass the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to help the nation’s small businesses who are being hit hard by the economic effects of COVID-19. This program is part of the…


Families First Coronavirus Response Act

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) could change your obligations under the law if workers are still employed as of April 1, 2020. The FFCRA requires certain employers to provide their employees…


New Coronavirus Laws: Who Qualifies for Paid Leave?

The coronavirus emergency relief package, which became law Wednesday, gives many American workers paid leave if they need to take time off work because of the virus. It is the first time the United States has had widespread federally mandated…