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Have you recently found yourself facing a legal situation and don't know how to proceed? Is this an incident that requires the assistance of an attorney working on your side? Can you get away with not hiring an attorney? These and many more questions are answered on my website. Having worked as an assistant in the legal world, I have gotten to know quite a bit about different legal situations and have provided you with several examples and pieces of advice that can help you. Hopefully, you will find everything you need to help you through this difficult time in your life.

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What To Do When Your Attorney Won't Communicate
10 June 2021

Lawyers are essentially professional communicators

Are You Eligible to Contest a Relative's Will?
24 February 2021

The death of a loved one is always difficult to pr

Know The Signs Of Hidden Marital Assets Before A Divorce
18 September 2020

You might never have imagined that you would be wo

Do You Have An Injury That Will Make A Good Personal Injury Lawsuit?
30 April 2020

If you suffered an injury from an accident caused

Should You Continue A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case After The Debtor Dies?
21 November 2019

When a person passes away while in the midst of an

What To Do When Your Attorney Won’t Communicate

Lawyers are essentially professional communicators. The ability to communicate is a major aspect of a successful law practice. When your lawyer agrees to take your case, they are ethically required to remain in communication with you. If your lawyer is not communicating, this can be a warning sign that you may want to file a complaint against your attorney. The Problem with Bad Communication If your attorney is not communicating with you, this might lead to you not being informed about important aspects of your case. Read More 

Are You Eligible to Contest a Relative’s Will?

The death of a loved one is always difficult to process, but their passing will be all the more stressful if it creates tension and fighting within the family due to arguing over inheritances. A loved one may have left behind a will, but there are plenty of circumstances that can lead to their family members being disinherited, leading to arguments about what the decedent's wishes really were. For example, a person may have remarried and forgotten to update their will before they died, leaving their new spouse with nothing. Read More 

Know The Signs Of Hidden Marital Assets Before A Divorce

You might never have imagined that you would be worried about your spouse hiding assets, but a divorce can bring out the worst in some. The laws of the state of residency are supposed to divide property and that division depends on an honest and forthright disclosure of financial dealings and assets. If you suspect that your spouse might try and hang on to property that should be disclosed, read on and learn the signs of hiding assets. Read More 

Do You Have An Injury That Will Make A Good Personal Injury Lawsuit?

If you suffered an injury from an accident caused by another person, it is possible to hire a personal injury lawsuit to help you get the money you deserve to pay for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other costs that you incurred. While most personal injury lawyers work on a contingency basis, meaning that you don't pay for their services unless you win, the lawyer still needs to agree to take on your case. Read More 

Should You Continue A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case After The Debtor Dies?

When a person passes away while in the midst of an active chapter 13 bankruptcy case, more often than not, the court will dismiss the case, leaving the person's family members and creditors to fight over any available assets. In some cases, though, the court may offer the option to continue the case and let the decedent's estate make the payments as if the person was still living. Here are a couple of things to consider to determine if this is the best option in your situation. Read More