11 February 2015
If a family member has passed away recently and the family is involved in the probating of the will, it's possible you may have issues with the named executor of the estate. This is not a common occurrence, but it does happen from time to time. It can be a very confusing and difficult process when you have to make the decision to challenge the executor. If you find yourself at this crossroad, your best bet is to hire an estates lawyer and take it from there.
4 February 2015
Did a car accident leave you with an excessive amount of neck pain? You may be experiencing symptoms of whiplash, and a lawyer can help you sue the other driver to get money for the services of a chiropractor. Find out about whiplash and what a car accident attorney can do to help you get paid for your injury. What Causes Whiplash After Involvement in a Car Accident? The sudden impact from the other vehicle caused your neck to move with more force than it is able to handle, which is why you are experiencing whiplash.
16 January 2015
Being injured or suffering a financial loss can be devastating to any person. If you are the victim of this situation, you may want to rely on the legal advice of a personal injury attorney. It may be beneficial to you to know the steps of civil litigation before this process actually begins. Step #1: File the complaint As the plaintiff, you are responsible for issuing the lawsuit against the defendant.
5 January 2015
Creating a will to determine how your assets will legally be distributed upon your death is a great way to prevent conflict between family members. Although it is possible for a will to be contested in probate court, it will likely remain as you want it unless someone can prove that you were incompetent when it was drafted up. Below, learn why a will is vital after death and what the grounds are for someone to contest it:
3 January 2015
Jennifer Love Hewitt, an actress known for her role in "I Know What You Did Last Summer," filed a lawsuit against a company promoting a product called Slim Spray for using her celebrity status to promote it without asking her for consent. The company promoting the product had a picture of the celebrity holding onto the product. If Jennifer had grounds to sue the company using her picture without her permission, does that mean you would too?
17 December 2014
The creditor letters have become overwhelming. You're tired of answering the phone to find it's another bill collector asking how you'll pay your bill. Filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy will stop those calls quickly, but you're hesitant to proceed for fear of what it will do to your credit rating. Here is the truth of how filing bankruptcy impacts you and why it may be the right move for you.