What Does A Probate Attorney Do And Do You Need One?

Posted on: 24 February 2022

If you have recently had a loved one pass away and now find that you are the executor or a beneficiary of their estate, you might wonder if you need a probate attorney. In some cases, it's not necessary to hire a probate attorney if you find that everything with the estate is in order and there is no argument between beneficiaries. In some cases, however, your loved one's estate might be a bit more complicated to settle. [Read More]

What Should You Discuss With A Bankruptcy Attorney During Your Initial Meeting?

Posted on: 19 January 2022

Being in debt can seem like a hopeless situation that you cannot overcome on your own, as it tends to continually worsen over time. Compounded interest coupled with additional borrowing not only increases the amount of money that you owe, but you may even start to feel that all assets under your name will be inadequate to clear this insurmountable amount of arrears. Hence, you keep borrowing more money simply to stay afloat. [Read More]

What To Know About Dividing Property During A Divorce

Posted on: 7 December 2021

One matter that is very important to settle during a divorce is property division. Chances are that there is a lot of it, and anyone going through a divorce will need to come to an agreement on how it will be fairly divided.  Know That A Written Agreement Is Necessary To Avoid Litigation You are going to need a written agreement as to how property will be divided in a divorce to avoid going to trial. [Read More]

Custody Concerns And Investigations

Posted on: 28 October 2021

Under certain circumstances, the custodial rights of a parent can be revoked. If a child is not being properly supervised or is enduring physical or emotional abuse, they could be removed from the home of their guardian and placed with their other birth parent. Some cases require that a preliminary private investigation is conducted. Reasons for Concern A parent who has reason to be concerned may have witnessed inappropriate behavior during occasions when they exchanged their child with the custodial parent. [Read More]