Leaving a Legacy with Estate Planning

Estate planning may seem like something that only multi-millionaires should have to worry about. However, it is important for everyone. Many people believe that making a will is all that is necessary in terms of estate planning. However, simply making a will is not enough.  Estate planning looks at every aspect of your life, business and assets and most importantly, looks at the future consequences of actions planned today.

With the advent of the internet, there are many sites that claim to have all the right forms and instructions on how to ‘do-it-yourself’ when it comes to estate planning. However, the laws vary from state to state and there are many contingencies that individuals need to be aware of and make sure that they plan for future changes as well. Read more

Challenges of Proof in Medical Malpractice

 Even the most experienced doctors, with all of their education and high level of skill, are not immune to making mistakes in their diagnoses and procedures.  However, we should always expect a high level of proficiency and absolute professionalism.  If a patient should experience injury (or worse) because a physician fails to meet the proper standards of care, then damages may be sought for medical malpractice.

There are several ways to prove medical malpractice and all of them are based on the physician’s failure to demonstrate the proper standard of care.

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How to Find the Right Attorney for You!

Along with choosing a choosing a school for your children, a Financial Planner and your potential spouse; finding the RIGHT attorney can be one of the most important decisions we make as adults.  Unfortunately, not enough people treat it that way.

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Avoid Family Conflict by Planning Well

All too often there are rifts in families over the contents of a family member’s will.  This can happen because they are surprised by what is in the will.  The best way to avoid this is to make it known to all family members just what is contained in your will.

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Questions on Personal Injury

If you are involved in an auto accident, a slip and fall on private property or are otherwise injured due to the perceived action or inaction of others, the first impulse is to go through the Civil court system to seek compensation.

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