Three Things You Should Know About an Irrevocable Living Trust

Posted on: 13 January 2021

A living trust has many advantages for anyone who is planning their estate. However, there are two different types of living trusts. The first is the more popular one referred to as a revocable trust. This type of living trust allows you to make changes during your lifetime. The second is one people are less familiar with. Referred to as an irrevocable living trust, no changes can be made once it is enacted.
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Payment For Your Lost Wages After An Accident: What You Should Know

Posted on: 10 December 2020

When you are in an accident and you suffer an injury, chances are you will have to take some time off of work to recover. Depending on the type of injury you have, you may be out of work for a significant period of time. That means you will be without a paycheck for a while. For most people without major savings in the bank, this can be devastating. For that reason, you may want to include lost wages recovery in your personal injury lawsuit.
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It's Not Always a Big Deal if Your Estate Goes Through the Probate Court

Posted on: 11 November 2020

Probate courts must review all estates, but that doesn't mean it has to be a painful process. There are certainly times where you may have to lawyer up and fight over an estate, but the process is more often a formality. Take a look at why it's a normal process and when you might need to hire a probate attorney for a legal battle. Dealing with the Basics When someone dies, they may leave behind an estate.
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Wrongful Death Cases Are Complex

Posted on: 14 October 2020

Losing somebody you love is devastating, and the damage extends beyond the emotional. Damage can also be financial, and you may be footing the bill for the loss. Many wrongful death attorneys see cases like yours each day. This is what you need to know if you are thinking about filing a lawsuit. What Is a Wrongful Death Case? Wrongful death cases are claims against individuals believed to be the cause of another person's death.
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