What A Probate Attorney Looks At In An Estate

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If you're trying to make sense of what happened with an estate, there's value in trying to think about the case as a probate attorney would. You're probably not a provider of probate attorney services, but you can examine these four basic issues to determine whether you ought to contact a professional. Recent Changes to a Will It's not necessarily a red flag right away, but recent changes to a will in the time leading up to a loved one's death deserve greater scrutiny.

25 August 2020

Hiring An Expert Witness For Trust Investments

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There are a number of reason for which one might hire an expert witness in regards to investments within a trust. First and foremost is for their expert opinion in objectively being able to analyze the potential suitability of an investment, given the objective and purpose of the trust in which it is suggested it be held.  For example, if the trust in question is designed to hold assets in conservatorship for a disabled beneficiary, it would be implied there would exist a low risk tolerance for investments.

28 July 2020

What Makes Something A Personal Injury Case?

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There are many branches of the law, and an injured party might wonder what makes a particular case a personal injury matter. Take a look at why a case may call for the help of a personal injury attorney. Civil Liability One distinguishing feature of an injury case is that it will be governed by civil law. Generally, legal matters either fall into criminal or civil law. Civil liability is different because it's designed to try to restore the status quo as much as possible by compensating a victim.

29 June 2020

Dental Malpractice Basics For Implant Patients

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Like those that practice any other form of medicine, dentists are legally considered doctors. As a result, they are bound to the same levels of patient care requirements as any other medical doctor. This also means that dentists are susceptible to malpractice claims just as any other medical care provider is. If you've had dental implants and believe that your dentist has made a mistake, here's what you need to know about the potential for malpractice associated with your dental implants.

22 May 2020

Unique Examples Of Battery That Can Trigger Intentional Tort Claims

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Battery is intentional contact with another person that is offensive or harmful to the victim. Physical beating is a classic example of battery, but it is not the only one. Unique forms of battery exist, and they can all give rise to intentional tort claims. Below are examples of these unique forms of battery. Poisoning a Drink Poisoning someone with a drink is not only a crime, but it can also give rise to an intentional tort claim.

9 April 2020

Top Questions To Ask When Interviewing Criminal Lawyers

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Are you facing criminal charges and want the best legal representation for your case? An excellent way to find the best lawyer is by interviewing several attorneys in your city. As you talk to them, you should ask questions. You can write a list of questions before you go to your visits, and you might want to include these five on your list. How Long Have You Practiced Law? If you want an experienced attorney, you should look for one that has years of experience.

10 March 2020

What To Do During And After Your DUI Arrest

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If you were recently arrested for a DUI, you need to understand the importance of what you face. There are certain steps you have to take after your arrest to ensure you have a possibility of a good outcome. Some basic mistakes can cost you dearly. Here are some things you need to do during a DUI arrest and afterward. Keep Your Mouth Closed You may feel the need to explain to the officer why you are driving in your current state.

16 December 2019