6 Tips for Dealing with a Bad Landlord

More than 100 million Americans currently rent their home, and although this choice of housing comes with many benefits, including financial flexibility and lower maintenance costs, it does also mean dealing with a landlord. Of course, out of the millions of landlords currently managing properties in the U.S, the vast majority will be above board … Read more

Financial Tips For Going Through A Divorce

Going through a divorce will always be difficult and impact just about every area of your life. This will include your finances; in fact, this is often one of the most complex, challenging, and emotional areas of the divorce to go through, especially if your finances are intertwined, money is an issue, and you have … Read more

Divorces for Same-Sex Couples: A Complete Guide

When your relationship reaches a natural endpoint or when you have found that divorce is the only option to remove yourself from a damaging union, it can be difficult to know what to do. This is the case for both heterosexual and same-sex marriages. Nonetheless, in the case of same-sex unions, there are some unique … Read more

What to Know When Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

The time after an injury can be daunting, overwhelming, and incredibly complicated, especially if you don’t know too much about the legal process. Trying to navigate the system while dealing with your injury can be difficult and you may not know where to even begin. Luckily, the following tips can give you a good idea of … Read more

Various Ways to Prevent Healthcare Fraud

Healthcare fraud cases cost the industry billions of dollars every year. Fortunately, there are many providers set up to protect you from this happening. There are some ways to prevent healthcare fraud from happening to you. Key Signs to Look for With Healthcare Fraud To prevent healthcare fraud, you need to recognize the key signs … Read more

How to Avoid Going Bankrupt During your Divorce

Going through a divorce is arguably one of the most difficult and stressful times of your entire life, regardless of whether it is amicable or not. It is still a life-changing event that can leave you feeling sad, lost, anger, bitter, and quite often a failure. All of these emotions are completely natural, of course. … Read more

5 College Degrees all Real Estate Agents Should Consider

The average entry level real estate agent earns roughly 45,000 dollars a year. The pay rate, though, varies based on the hours you work and how successful you are. A real estate broker earns roughly 10,000 dollars more per year. However, firms prefer candidates with the right education for these and other jobs. The question … Read more

Ignite Your Mission to Success – Fun, Uplifting, Eye-Opening, and Full of Movement One Day Workshop

 Ignite Your Mission to Success – Fun, Uplifting, Eye-Opening, and Full of Movement One Day Workshop by The Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen, P.A. All successful people have a formula. Whether it is making hamburgers or rocket ships, the factors that determine success are the same. Ray Kroc of McDonald’s followed the same … Read more