What Should Be Included In Your Estate Planning Package?

Posted on: 18 October 2017
When you think of estate planning, most people think of a will. However, while a will that lists what your assets are and how they will be distributed when you pass away is one of the documents in an estate planning package, it is not the only document. Here are a few of the other documents that should be completed when you are doing estate planning.  Power of Attorney When you are doing estate planning a power of attorney should be included in your planning package.
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Four Situations In Which Child Custody Should Go To The Grandparents

Posted on: 27 February 2017
The term "custody" is usually associated with the battle of divorcing or unmarried parents seeking control over their children. However, custody isn't restricted to legal or birth parents. As a grandparent, you also have the right to seek custody of your grandkids if you are convinced it's in the grandkids' best interests. Here are some of the reasons it may be best to seek custody of your grandkids: Both Parents Want You to Do It
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Is Your Compensation Paperwork About Your Well-Being?

Posted on: 13 February 2017
Workers compensation is designed as a safety net for workers who were injured by no fault of their own or because of a mistake that anyone could have made--although it's best to avoid accepting or placing blame until the legal procedures are done and the payments have been made. There are a few issues with parts of workers compensation claims and rewards, and some of them work against your favor. Keep a few of these points in mind before signing any kind of paperwork as you work through a workers compensation claim.
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Reap Your Reward: Personal Injury Judgments

Posted on: 12 January 2017
The personal injury process can be long and tiring, but sooner or later, you will be given a decision. If your case convinced the judge and a judgment in your favor was handed down, you may now be wondering what comes next. Read on to learn more about what could happen now that you have either settled your case or won your case in court. The Means to Pay You may not have realized it at the time, but your attorney was carefully evaluating your personal injury case from your very first meeting, and the reason is directly connected to money damages.
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