As someone who has raised children on your own, you may be especially keen to preserve your estate for your adult kids after your death. With these tips, you can protect your children and ensure your estate is handled as you want. Name an Executor That Isn't One of the Children If you trust your adult children, it may be a natural decision to name one of them as the person who will handle estate issues once you've died. [Read More]
Tips For Requesting Medical To Use In Your Injury Case
Your medical records are some of your best forms of evidence if you are pursuing a personal injury case. You need to make an official request for these records from your doctor or hospital if you need them. Keep these tips in mind when making the request: Specify the Parts You Need It may be possible that you don't need all parts of your medical records. If that's the case, then specify which parts you need to expedite the process. [Read More]
Technology Your Custody Attorney Would Like You to Avoid During Your Divorce
The lack of the right type of communication is one of the leading causes of divorce today. But unfortunately, more communication is not always the right thing to do if you are going through a divorce or a child custody case. If the two of you are anything less than amicable, there are certain forms of technology that your custody or divorce attorney would probably prefer that you did not use. [Read More]
Will A Judge Reinstate Your Bond After It Is Forfeited?
After making bail, you are required to meet certain requirements that are established by the court. If you fail to do so, there is a chance that you could face a bond forfeiture. If you are concerned that you have forfeited your bond, here is what you need to know. What Happens After a Bond Forfeiture? Bond forfeiture typically results from a missed court appearance. However, if there were other conditions placed on your bond, such as having to adhere to a curfew, and you failed to meet those, a court could rule that your bond be forfeited. [Read More]