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The Risks of Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning

If you’ve finally gotten around to the task of estate planning but reject the idea that you need a skilled estate planning attorney to carry out the necessary steps, you might want to take a few minutes to read this blog and reconsider. Using estate planning forms from the internet may sound appealingly quick, cheap, and easy, but remind yourself of other processes touted with these adjectives. Take, for example, prefabricated... ❯❯❯

How To Claim Car Accident Insurance In Sacramento

If one has experience driving in Sacramento, one will know that every car rider should carry car insurance. But the process involved in the claim of a car accident insurance might skip the knowledge of many. Even if one is equipped with enough knowledge regarding this, many insurance companies initially tend to offer a low amount of compensation. Therefore it is always recommended to consult a Sacramento car accident lawyer who can... ❯❯❯

What Are My Rights As A Passenger In A Car Accident?

Most road users don’t know their rights, let alone know what to do once they are involved in a road accident. Car accidents result in a considerable number of injuries on our roads. The accidents cause severe injuries, and a great many of them are fatal. Victims often suffer economically, emotionally, and healthwise years after the accidents have occurred. This is why it’s important to contact the great team of PI attorneys... ❯❯❯

Skills You Need to Become an Immigration Lawyer

If you're considering a career as an immigration lawyer, you'll want to make sure you have the right skills. These include legal knowledge, analytical skills, creativity, and comfort in a courtroom. These qualities will help you make the most of your work and help you succeed as an attorney. However, these skills may not be the only things you need to become an immigration lawyer. Legal knowledge As an immigration lawyer, you'll need... ❯❯❯

What Is the Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice Claims in Pennsylvania?

For every type of personal injury claim, there’s a time limit dictating how long you have to take legal action. These time limits are called statutes of limitations, and they vary by state and by the cause of injury. If you’ve suffered a medical injury or didn’t receive proper medical care in the state of Pennsylvania, you can take legal action seeking compensation. This type of civil case is called a medical... ❯❯❯

Prenuptial Agreement

Everybody gets into a marriage hoping that their union will last a lifetime. But this is not always the case as several couples end up divorcing. One of the conflicts that emanate from divorce, has to do with properties and finances. When you are planning to marry or enter a de facto relationship, you may consider consulting a family lawyer in Logan to make prenuptial agreements to protect your family, finances and assets. In a few... ❯❯❯

Top Challenges Faced In Medical Residency

The number of medical residency applications has been increasing day by day. It can be challenging to put up with work and education parallelly while managing personal life. Similarly, the demands in the field of medical residency can leave one frustrated.  However, medical residency is not as challenging as it may sound. One can quickly gain control over the top challenges of medical residency by being aware of them and... ❯❯❯

Collaborative Planning and Post-Divorce Home Ownership

With more couples opting for a collaborative approach to divorce, questions regarding who takes ownership of the primary residence can come up. Laws in your state will impact how property, including the family home are divided. For example, in Pennsylvania generally, all property and assets acquired during a marriage belong to both spouses. The Keystone State’s equitable distribution laws require spouses to divide their property... ❯❯❯

How to Spot Ageism in the Workplace

In spite of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA of 1967), ageism continues to plague workplaces around the country. In too many cases, decisions about hiring, work assignments, promotions, and terminations are based, at least partially, on the age of the candidates or employees involved. The ADEA has its limitations since it only applies to companies with 20 or more employees. Fortunately, almost all states have their own... ❯❯❯

What Kind of Personal Injuries Constitutes Personal Injury Claims in Florida?

Personal injury law is a type of law where people can seek remedies for negligent or intentional infliction of emotional distress, defamation, and invasion of privacy. These injury lawsuits tend to arise from car accidents, slip and falls, product liability claims, medical malpractice, and defective drugs claims. If you were injured due to the carelessness of someone else or because of a defective product, then you may be entitled to... ❯❯❯