The first day of school is upon us, and many students in Nevada and nationwide will be going to schools that underwent construction over the summer holiday. Sometimes this involved updating old facilities, adding on an addition to an existing building or constructing a whole new facility entirely. Unfortunately, one Nevada company involved in a school construction project is facing a lawsuit alleging breach of contract.
California couples seeking a divorce may be anticipating having to divide their assets, but what they may not realize is that they also must divide their debts. And, when they do so, they must take care to do it properly, or there could be financial consequences.
Divorces rarely happen at "convenient" times. However, one of the most inconvenient times for a breakup is immediately after the birth of a child. In these cases, both parents may want to spend equal time with the baby, but needs of a baby necessitate certain, unavoidable arrangements.
At the end of a marriage, property division and allocating debt may be resolved through family law proceedings before a California judge. Unmarried couples, however, face significant hurdles with resolving debt issues.
Homeowners facing financial problems and the risk of loan default may lose their property under foreclosure. Property owners, however, may protect their foreclosure rights through civil litigation in California.