As they say, “Never send to know for whom the legal bell tolls; it tolls for thee.”
Well, they might not actually say that, but they should. When it comes to the law and legal matters, the clock is always ticking. That’s why we cover so many legal deadlines in our “When Is It Too Late…” series. So many, in fact, it’s time to roundup another 10 of them for you right here.
First and foremost, make sure everyone involved in the crash is safe and seeks medical attention. Then, start thinking about documenting everything that happened.
You may have been in a hurry to finalize the divorce. Or your financial situation (or your ex’s) may have changed significantly since then. But is it too late to amend a custody order?
Spring Break is here, and summer vacation is right around the corner. Make sure you don’t get in trouble with your boss if you’re taking time off.
If someone says no to marriage after saying yes to an engagement, who gets the ring? The answer may depend on where you live.
And if you already said, “I do,” can you still say, “This is mine, this is yours,” legally speaking?
There’s an “Open Enrollment” period each year under the Affordable Care Act, and there’s a “Special Enrollment Period” if you miss that deadline. When are those?
Even if you think a lawsuit is completely frivolous, the person who filed it could win by default if you fail to respond by a certain date.
A South Carolina resident waited months to cash in a Mega Millions ticket worth $1.5 billion. Why the delay?
Flu season feels like it’s still going on. So, can you still get a flu shot?
Maybe you’re worried about testifying or other ramifications. Or maybe you’re not sure if what your saw is actually a crime. Here’s what you need to know.