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Don’t Rely on a Will to Capture Your Estate

When somebody dies, the family may turn to a will to make decisions for this individual. Unfortunately, a will is not necessarily enough. The truth is that planning one's estate requires more than a will. These are just a few of the reasons why you should consult with an estate planning professional rather than trying to do everything through a will. 1. Wills Mean Your Case Enters Probate Many people want to leave the courts out of their estate as much as possible. Read More 

3 Things To Know Before You Hire A Divorce Attorney

You can only learn so much about divorce law online. Having the right attorney by your side during this uncertain and stressful time can make a major difference in your personal experience and the case outcome. Before you hire an attorney, here's what you need to know to help guide your search. Your Personalities Should Mesh You need to be able to work with your attorney for three months or more. Read More 

How Corporate Lawyers Can Assist With Mergers

Merging with another company is a pretty big transition, one that you need to execute perfectly. This is possible if you work with a corporate lawyer, who can help  this process in the following ways. Build a Tangible and Feasible Roadmap Before a merger is ever executed, it's important to plan it out carefully. That's where a corporate lawyer comes in handy. They can build a roadmap that outlines the various stages of the merger from start to finish. Read More 

When Can You Reasonably Receive Compensation Due To A Birth Injury?

One of the last things expectant parents want to think about is complications during the birthing process. Most parents might think about potential complications during the pregnancy but may not think that any could arise as the child is born. If complications occur, the baby can often be treated and have no ill effects after, however, other times serious consequences might occur and life-long treatment might be needed. When can you reasonably receive compensation due to a birth injury? Read More 

Options Available When Paying Child Support Under Economic Hardship

When there is an economic downturn, certain financial commitments such as child support can be much more difficult to meet. You may have lost your job or your hours may have been cut. The job market may make it more difficult to replace your job. However, you may still be required to make payments. Child Support Laws are Strict You are still required to make a court-ordered payment even if you have lost your job. Read More