Going Through Probate? Don't Make These 4 Mistakes

Posted on: 23 July 2021

The probate process can be a bit confusing, especially if you've never done it before. That's why it helps to be aware of some common mistakes that people can make so that you can avoid them. Not Starting Probate Early Nobody wants to go through probate, and many try putting it off as long as possible. Don't assume that you need to wait for certain documents to come in, such as the death certificate, in order to start the process. [Read More]

Do You Need to Hire a Lawyer for Probate?

Posted on: 23 June 2021

If you're in the early stages of dealing with the probate court, there's a decent chance that an examiner may send you notes. You might wonder about these, and they might make you wonder if you need to hire a probate lawyer. The circumstances for when you may need to retain the services of a probate attorney vary, but here are three ways to tell based on the probate notes. [Read More]

Lock Down Your Child's Future With Divorce Arrangements

Posted on: 18 May 2021

Divorce does no one any favors and the most innocent and vulnerable of parties, children, often suffer the emotional and economic after-effects of a divorce in several ways. One way parents can protect their children is to take steps to protect their future. Read on and find out how to ensure that the funds needed to attend college are in place when the time comes. Make Your Child a Priority [Read More]

Vital Services To Anticipate When Retaining A Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: 2 November 2020

When you leave your home each day, you expect to return safely and without getting into any kind of accident. However, millions of people are injured each year in accidents for which they are not responsible. These accidents can cost victims their livelihoods. They can also cause tragic yet entirely preventable deaths. When you and your family have been affected by such an accident, you have rights afforded to you under both state and federal personal injury laws. [Read More]