Planning your estate is one of the best things you can do both for yourself and your family. When you pass away, leaving your personal affairs in order will make the entire process of handling your assets, debts, and properties much easier. One way you can begin handling your estate is by establishing a living trust. A living trust is a valuable legal tool that allows you to still control your assets but essentially allocate them once you pass away.
Landlords owe a duty of care toward their tenants and other people who access their premises. Therefore, if you get injured because of an unsafe condition on the premises, you can sue your landlord. However, you need to build a foolproof case to win the case and get adequate compensation for your injuries. Below are three things you need to prove to win a slip-and-fall injury claim against your landlord.
As a responsible parent or estate owner, you should plan your estate in good time and do it properly. People who don't plan their estate subject their beneficiaries to a lot of problems. In fact, they may not even receive their share. Everyone wants their assets and estate to be inherited by their preferred beneficiaries. Unfortunately, it may never happen if you don't plan your estate. And even as you plan it, you should involve an estate planning law attorney to help you avoid costly mistakes.
Your first OVI might lead to serious criminal charges and each subsequent OVI can be even more devastating legally. You may spend a good portion of the year in jail and you might also have your driver's license suspended. However, this depends on the facts of the case and whether you are working with a competent OVI lawyer. First Time OVI Offenses In many states, the first OVI leads to a misdemeanor.
Not every home is purchased with the help of a real estate attorney. However, if you will be purchasing a property that is worth a lot of money, it might make sense to hire a real estate attorney rather than having all of the legal issues handled on your own. There are several things you can expect your real estate attorney to do for you. Drafting and Reviewing the Contract