How Car Accident Lawyers Investigate Cases

Posted on: 15 May 2019

It is not uncommon for a car accident attorney to hear a person's case and then tell the person they will think about whether or not to accept the case. Attorneys do this when the evidence is not completely clear from the start as to what really happened in the accident, and they may want to spend time investigating a case before accepting it and after accepting it. Car accident lawyers spend a lot of time investigating cases, and here are some of the ways they do this. [Read More]

Planning Your Estate? 3 Things You Need To Know About Your Living Will

Posted on: 5 April 2019

If you've started working on your estate planning and you've already completed your living trust, you might still have work to do. This is particularly true if you haven't added a living will to your estate plan. You might think that since you have a living trust, you don't need a living will. Unfortunately, that's not the case. Your living estate only covers the financial aspects of your estate. It's the living will that covers the medical aspects of your estate plan. [Read More]

Supplemental Needs Trusts- Essential Estate Planning Components

Posted on: 4 March 2019

Having a family member with disabilities can pose a challenge. Depending on the severity of the disability, your loved one may be unable to live alone or generate an income. If you are providing a high level of care for your loved one, you may worry about his or her well-being after your passing. Fortunately, there is a vital estate planning tool that you can utilize to help ensure the needs of your disabled loved one are taken care of after your death. [Read More]

Case Value Determination And Your Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: 27 January 2019

When another driver causes an accident, you are likely entitled to be paid money damages. It can be extremely difficult to deal with the results of an accident on your own and most people find that a personal injury attorney is important. When you meet with your attorney for the first time, you should be prepared to have your case evaluated. Read on to find out why this is so and what to be ready to explain to the attorney. [Read More]