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How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car? Part II

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Personal Injury Lawyer Jeff Nuckols

Personal Injury Lawyer Jeff Nuckols

How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car? Part II

By Jeffrey R. Nuckols, Esq.

You’ve been in a car crash and your car needs repair. How do you pay for the repairs that your car needs? Let’s assume that your car is not so badly damaged that it is a total loss and repairs are not in its future. There may be more than one way to pay for those repairs depending on the circumstances of the car crash and the different insurance coverage that may be available. Click the title above to read more.

How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car?

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How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car?

By Jeffrey R. Nuckols, Esq.

You’ve been in a car crash and your car needs repair. How do you pay for the repairs that your car needs? Let’s assume that your car is not so badly damaged that it is a total loss and repairs are not in its future. There may be more than one way to pay for those repairs depending on the circumstances of the car crash and the different insurance coverage that may be available. Click the title to read more.

Should I Pay Extra On My Condo Association Fees?

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Jeff NuckolsShould I Pay Extra On My Condo Association Fees?

By Jeffrey R. Nuckols, Esq.

That’s a good question, but why would you want to pay extra to your condo association? Maybe another question to ask first is how your association management feels about early payments or carrying a surplus on the books for your unit. If your association management doesn’t get annoyed about your having a bit of reserve in your account, then it might be something to consider depending on your circumstances. Click on the title above to read more.

Is There Financial Privacy Post-Divorce?

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Jeff NuckolsIs There Financial Privacy Post-Divorce?

By: Jeffrey R. Nuckols, Esq.

So you made it through a dissolution of marriage a few years back including filing a financial affidavit and maybe even the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Rule 12.285 mandatory disclosure. Well, at least at the time of your dissolution there were probably few if any aspects of your financial affairs that your then-spouse didn’t already know about.