Why Retaining A Personal Injury Lawyer Is A Good Choice
6 June 2016
If you have found yourself injured in the recent past as a result of something that was not your fault, you may want to think about retaining a quality personal injury lawyer. To help you understand why this is so important, you will want to take a moment to review the following points.
Your Lawyer Can Fight For Your Pain And Suffering
One of the hardest parts of sustaining a major injury is all of the pain and suffering that you have to endure.
Is It Worth It To Avoid Probate?
5 June 2016
Part of estate planning is deciding whether or not you want to take measures to help your heirs avoid probate. Taking steps, such as setting up a living trust and using payable-on-death accounts, can help you do so, but it might not be worth it. If you are considering probate avoidance, it is important to know why you should and should not do so.
Why Should You Avoid Probate?
Probate is a process that can take a considerable amount of time.
3 Ways To Skip The Probate Process
3 June 2016
For many people, part of the estate planning process is finding ways to avoid probate. Probate can delay the distribution of your assets to your heirs for several months. If you are interested in probate avoidance, here are some methods you and your attorney can explore.
Establish Joint Property Ownership
One method of avoiding probate is to establish joint property ownership of your real estate holdings. When an heir is added to the deed for the property, he or she takes sole ownership of the property when you pass away.
Does Encouraging Someone To Commit Suicide Make You A Criminal?
3 June 2016
Assisted suicide has been a hot-button debate for decades, ever since Jack Kevorkian got the nickname "Dr. Death" for helping his patients with terminal illnesses take their own lives. However, what if you don't actually assist someone with their suicide, but merely encourage it? Does merely encouraging someone to commit suicide make you a criminal? This is what you should know.
You may be charged with assisting a suicide anyhow.
There are only a few states where assisting in a suicide isn't considered a crime.