Does Bankruptcy Affect Other Legal Proceedings?

Tax Debt Problems There are cases where financial concerns are just a portion of the legal troubles or issues a client is facing. In those cases, it is especially important to seek the guidance of legal counsel who can examine a client’s situation and determine how different legal proceedings will affect one another. Depending on… Continue reading

Steps To Take Following Sexual Harassment

The workplace presents many challenges, and dealing with harassment of any kind can make your work life harder according to a employment litigation lawyer at Eric Siegel Law. There are two myths regarding sexual harassment: Sexual harassment is only about sex—this myth is wrong, and sexual harassment is more about a person having control over… Continue reading

Communication, Contracts, and Business Formation

In the world of business, lawsuits are not uncommon. There are many successful business people and thriving corporations that will still have to face a lawsuit at one time or another. Of course, you want to do everything possible to avoid being a part of litigation, but it’s not always possible to avoid it completely.… Continue reading

Six Things You Should Know About Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Lawyer You’ve heard of bankruptcy before, and if your finances are in a bad enough spot, you might be considering declaring bankruptcy for yourself. It makes perfect sense, and it seems like a perfect opportunity to get out from under your debts when they’re at their most overwhelming. However, as a bankruptcy lawyer like… Continue reading

Receiving Help When Considering Chapter 7 Bankruptcy 

Bankruptcy can cause major financial issues. One of the reasons bankruptcy can often take place is because businesses and companies cannot maintain finances that would otherwise keep their workers, higher-ups, and more in a stronger and more efficient financial position.  An example of this would be the failure to pay back a loan. This could… Continue reading

The IRS Announces Mileage Rates for 2022

The IRS has issued the 2022 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes. Beginning on Jan. 1, 2022, the standard mileage rates for the use of a car (also vans, pickups or panel trucks) will be 58.5 cents per mile driven… Continue reading

Crypto-Taxation: Uncle Sam’s Cut of Your Tokens

Crypto-Taxation Cryptocurrency has been making the news recently, with some stratospheric records being set in one week and breathtaking price plunges occurring the next. More and more people are investing and exploring the world of cryptocurrencies. While mainstream adoption of any given currency is still well behind what their advocates would like to see, there… Continue reading