3 Child-Related Details To Cover When You’re Estate Planning

Estate planning is about more than deciding what you want to be done with your money in the event of your passing. If you have young children, you'll also need to think about them. Of course, it's difficult to think about you not being there to care for your children, but the reality is that unexpected events can occur — and the last thing that you want is for you and your spouse to pass away suddenly and not have a plan for how your children should be looked after. Read More 

Criminal Charges Often Associated With Arson

Some crimes are more or less related, and a criminal charge of one type can easily attract other related charges. A good example is an arson charge, which may trigger related charges such as: Fraud Assault and fraud usually go hand in hand because many arsonists commit their criminal acts for fraudulent reasons. For example, someone may burn down their business (say the business is no doing that well) so that they may file for compensation from their insurance carrier. Read More 

Have Worries About Your Second Marriage And Your Will? Get An Estate Lawyer Fast

If you are getting married for a second time and you are entering the final chapter of your life, your children may have some reservations about the situation. To put everyone at ease, and to make sure that you have the situation managed properly if something happens to you, you'll want to meet with an estate lawyer to go over the details of your will. If you don't have a will then you need to create one, and if you do have one you may need to update it because of the upcoming nuptials. Read More 

4 Things Not To Do When Filing For Disability

One of the things you may need to do if you're unable to work is file for disability; this can be the most effective way to get through this financially difficult time with the most ease. However, there are things you must do to ensure you're granted this status and many you'll want to avoid. Being aware of what you shouldn't do during this time may be helpful. Continuing to work  Read More 

Should You Always Talk To An Attorney After A Car Accident?

You're minding your own business when a car from out of nowhere smashes into yours, leaving you terrified, possibly injured, and with all kinds of damage to your vehicle. If you are like most people who find themselves in this unlucky situation, you will follow all the proper steps to seek treatment, file an accident report, and get in touch with the insurance company. However, how do you know when you should take things a step further and contact a car accident lawyer? Read More