Why Specificity Means A Lot In Estate Planning

When an estate planning attorney has a client sign documents, they always strive to be as specific as possible in the terms of the estate. It's hard to overstate just how important specificity is to the estate planning process. Let's look at several reasons why this matters so much. The Possibility of Probate Although probate gets an unfair rap sometimes, having an estate end up in probate is generally not the goal. [Read More]

2 Ways To Get An Attorney To Help You

When you have been arrested, you need to make sure that you are doing everything you can to protect your interests. There isn't going to be anyone else involved in the outset of the case that is going to protect you. The best way you can protect yourself is to find an attorney who can come defend you. Finding the right attorney can be difficult, so you might want to know ways that you can do that. [Read More]

Be Prepared: 4 Family Law Documents You Need To Carry With You At All Times

If you've been through a contentious custody battle, there are certain documents you need to keep on you at all times. Copies of these same documents should also be included in your children's official school records, or with their childcare providers. These documents will be essential should an emergency arise. Read the list provided below. Here are the four documents you should never leave home without. If you don't have copies of these documents, you need to talk to your family law attorney right away. [Read More]

You Were Denied SSDI. What's Next?

When you apply for social security disability, you generally do so with the hope that you'll receive money, and that the money you receive will make your life a lot easier. When you're unable to work due to a disability, that money is needed! Receiving a letter back in the mail informing you that your claim has been denied can be disheartening. But don't give up! Many people are denied the first time and ultimately go on to be approved for SSDI benefits. [Read More]