Tough times made so many people fall into the pit of debt. Some people has to survive while others continue to indulge on luxurious treats they can't afford anymore. Not all who fell into debt walked the same path, most people wants their way out but has no means to climb from such sink hole.
There's no easy way of getting rid o such debt when you're way deep into it. It can cost you years to pay it off, how long however depends on how much you owe and how much you can pay back. Some people has to endure legal settlements and court hearings just to have their debts settled. If ever there's a need to get legal help and assistance in order to facilitate the settlement process, Shelia Cockburn of The Law Office of Cockburn & Associate, LLP is the person you want to get.
Ms. Shelia Cockburn has over eight years of legal experience in debt collections, business transactions and intellectual property. She earned her degree at Fordham University for her Masters in law, and is licensed to practice law both in United States and Canada. She isn't just your ordinary Lawyer but a specialized one when it comes to debt practices. Her affiliation as a member of the International Association of professional Debt Arbitrators and being a Certified Debt Specialist puts her on the higher mark when it comes to her practice.
Having a debt dilemma settled is not that easy to achieve but with the right help it will be obtainable. Given the right advice, aid and assistance can make things easier for the debtor to have that peace of mind that he or she once have being debt free.
Saturday, April 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
It's been a tough year with the recession and all other things happening around. Money doesn't come so easy anymore and it is quite scary to think of what the future holds. It feels like finding a regular job isn't enough to keep you well grounded and feeling secured in years to come. What will happen if all of a sudden you get laid off or simply not able to work anymore?
Making some investments can be a good way to somehow insure your future. It all depends on what you invest with and how much return is to be expected in time of need. It seems intimidating talking about investments, meaning you'll have to put away your money for something else. Small form of investment like collecting Great Southern Coins can be a simple way of doing it.
These coins are made of precious metal which has good appraisal. The value stays on top and doesn't really depreciate just like that. It is a more solid option of investment than throwing your money over shares that you can't even touch at any point. These coins can give you the ability to have an extra assurance when in dire need of resources.
Monday, December 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
A very interesting article from the Southern New Hampshire University and published on SNHU.EDU has been giving many people something to think about! Titled "The Billionaire College Dropout", the article states that for every billionaire college dropout in the world, there is an educated team behind them to keep the business running, and well, to keep those college dropouts as billionaires.
Below is an infographic from SNHU that shows exactly what the article is talking about. Reading it, really makes you think. Though we should shoot for the stars and our dreams (I am a strong believer in that), but there is a balance to keep between reality and dreams. Otherwise if we purely only had big dreams without the ability to drive those dreams into reality, then we are merely dreamers frozen in time. Either you get lucky (or know the right people) to back you up with your dreams, or you learn how to drive your dreams!
Thursday, October 04, 2012 | 0 Comments
Employment laws are what keeps things orderly in any workplace. They help regulate the unique relationships between employees and employers that sometimes get overlooked or neglected. These laws exist because we need them. Imagine how crazy things would be at work if no employment laws were put in place and implemented. A really scary situation if you ask me. Both employers and employees need employment laws and benefits both sides.
Typically, the most common employment laws are understood in most workplaces and carried out as they should be. But then there are circumstances that both employee and employers have not confronted before, and so those are the critical times when employment lawyers can come in handy. Employment lawyers will work closely with involved parties to come up with a legal way of handling various issues that occur in the workplace. Employment lawyers have the knowledge and expertise to resolve the most unique situations and are truly important to keep everything running smoothly at work.
Sunday, September 30, 2012 | 0 Comments