Don't Stop At A Will: Understanding The Limitations Of The Last Will And Testament

Posted on: 25 March 2018
If you are considering making a will, do so. There is simply no replacement for this best-known and indispensable legal document when it comes to dealing your affairs after death. The will, however, should not be considered the be-all end-all product when it comes to estate planning. Read on to learn more about using a few other simple ways to serve your estate. Dealing with Real Estate When you consider estate property, there is unlikely to be any as valuable as real estate.
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Two Reasons Personal Injury Claims Go Up In The Summer Season

Posted on: 13 February 2018
The winter season is coming to a close with spring looming on the horizon, which means before you know it, summer will be in full swing. When summer does hit, it's only natural that there are greater risks of being injured, but why is this the case? What is it about fairer weather that brings about more injuries? As an average everyday person who is just as much at risk for being injured as the next person, you are likely curious why summer means more injuries for a lot of people.
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Was Your Teen Picked Up At School With Drugs? What To Do First

Posted on: 8 February 2018
There are times when teenagers make mistakes, and then it affects the rest of their lives. If you have a teen that was caught at school with some type of illegal substance in their backpack, you want to find a drug offense attorney as quickly as you can, to make sure that you get on top of the situation and get your teen the help that they need. You don't want this bad charge or incident to affect them for years into the future and cause great problems for their life.
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Why A Dog Owner May Not Be Able To Use Self-Defense During A Dog Bite Injury Case

Posted on: 23 January 2018
Self-defense is one of the claims a dog owner can use to avoid being held liable for their animal's actions. They may succeed if they can prove that you attacked them or they thought you would attack them, and the dog only bit you to defend them. However, there are also cases where self-defense may not apply even if you attacked the dog owner or they thought you were attacking them:
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