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  • Quick To Settle? Don't Be In Such A Hurry After Your Accident

    9 May 2022

    If you have been injured in a wreck that was not your fault, you may feel a bit impatient to get your life back to normal again. It's only natural to feel that way because accidents can really shake things up. On the other hand, taking actions that are not well thought out can also be extremely unwise. Read on and learn why victims need to slow down and consider their choices after a vehicle accident.

  • Why You Don't Want To Be Without A Will

    25 March 2022

    You may think that you're too young to need a will, or it might just be a topic you don't want to think about. The truth is that everyone needs a will. Here's why. What Happens to Your Assets if You Don't Have a Will? If you die without a valid will in place, your estate goes through probate court, and the process can take months or even years, depending on how complicated your assets are.

  • You May Be Entitled To Compensation For Black Lung Disease As A Coal Miner

    17 February 2022

    As a coal miner, one of the health risks you can potentially face is the development of black lung disease. This is a phenomenon in which you breathe coal dust into your lungs and you develop black lung disease as a result. This is a serious health condition and you might have a personal injury case after speaking with a coal miner attorney. The Harmful Effects of Coal Dust   The coal dust itself does not lead to black lung disease but rather the inflammatory response that results from the efforts by your lungs to cough up the coal dust.

  • Reasons To Hire A Divorce Lawyer

    5 January 2022

    Handling the divorce process can be overwhelming. Some people decide to handle divorces independently, while others hire divorce attorneys. You do not have to have contentious issues in the divorce process to solicit the services of an expert. Even if you are confident about reaching an amicable solution with your partner, having a divorce lawyer can smoothen the process. The attorney is essential in ensuring all parties abide by the law when settling the divorce.

  • The Fundamentals Of Creating An Estate Plan: Things You Should Know

    16 November 2021

    Although most adults understand that estate planning is one of those necessities of life to ensure that your loved ones are properly taken care of, many don't understand the process well enough to avoid some common pitfalls. If you've been thinking about establishing an estate plan, it's important that you are fully prepared for the process. In fact, there are some things you need to think about that are often overlooked.

  • FAQs About Alienation of Affection

    1 October 2021

    Divorce isn't easy, especially if it arises out of adultery. Depending on the laws in your state, you may be able to sue the person who ruined your marriage. Your divorce attorney will tell you whether an alienation of affection lawsuit applies to your case. Here is some basic information about this topic. What's Alienation of Affection? Alienation of affection is a lawsuit whereby you don't have to prove the existence of an affair.

  • Unique Circumstances That Need A Probate Law Attorney

    25 August 2021

    After the death of a loved one who left an estate and property, you can choose to self-administer probate. However, if the estate's value is high and continues to escalate, the probate process gets more complex. Here are some unique situations where you might need to hire a probate law attorney. If You Are New to Probate Matters Having to deal with losing a loved one is complicated, confusing, and comes with several mixed emotions.

  • Need To Apply For Your Disability Benefits? Follow These 5 Tips

    19 July 2021

    Do you need to start the process of applying for disability due to having a chronic illness? If so, it will help to follow these tips to ensure that you receive your benefits.  Know The Different Types Of Benefits There are several types of benefits you can potentially claim for your illness. A popular one that is used is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), which requires that you have paid into Social Security enough to be eligible to receive benefits.

  • Traditional Will Or Living Trust: What's Better For Your Estate Planning?

    4 June 2021

    The majority of Americans (68%) don't have a will. Broadly speaking, anyone with an estate needs to have a binding will. However, depending on how your estate is dispersed to your nominated beneficiaries, you might find yourself asking a question—are your interests (and those of your beneficiaries) better served by a traditional last will and testament, or a living trust? Traditional Wills  A traditional will allows for the distribution of specific gifts (physical and/or cash assets) to your nominated beneficiaries.

  • 2 Things To Do When Looking For A Defense Attorney

    22 April 2021

    If you have been arrested, you need to make sure that you get an attorney to help you with the charges. You have the right to have someone on your side who is going to fight for you. Your attorney is going to be able to defend you and do any negotiating with the other side necessary. When you are looking for an attorney to help you, there are some things that you can do to make sure that you get the attorney who is right for you.