Probate and Estate law

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Estate Planning for Young Parents

Posted: July 23, 2019
It’s common for new parents to postpone estate planning. You may think that you are too young and healthy to worry about it. The process may seem expensive and intimidating. Or, like many young couples, you may not see the benefits of estate planning. There are numerous reasons why people tend to… Read Full Post

What is Civil Litigation?

Posted: May 23, 2019
In the American legal system, cases fall into two primary categories: criminal and civil. Criminal cases are brought against individuals who commit a crime, and charges can include jail time and fines. By contrast, civil cases tend to involve disputes between two or more parties regarding legal… Read Full Post

The Basics of Elderly Guardianship and Conservatorship

Posted: April 30, 2019
Unfortunately, age-related cognitive and physical decline are common. Many elderly individuals will eventually need help handling important medical and financial decisions as well as other elements of daily life. If you are concerned that someone close to you is unable to manage his or her affairs… Read Full Post

5 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Planning Your Estate

Posted: April 24, 2019
A common misconception is that estate plans are only for the rich. In reality, every American could benefit from creating an estate plan. An estate plan not only dictates the disposition of your assets at death but also who will manage your assets and make medical decisions in case of your… Read Full Post

What is Probate?

Posted: January 23, 2019
When someone passes away, the person’s money, property, and possessions need to be distributed to the correct parties. The legal process of settling an individual’s estate — including assets and debts — is called probate. Probate law varies by state and can be complex, so it is crucial to work with… Read Full Post