Estate Planning: Why it is important?

Estate planning involves planning for your death as well as your life upon mental incapacity. Despite its importance, it is often overlooked. Statistics show that more than 50% of adults in America do not have an estate plan at the time of their death or incapacitation. Without an estate plan, you are leaving it up to a judge you do not know to decide: how to distribute your assets throughout your family; who will care for your minor children; and who will care for you if you are unable to care for yourself Sound comforting? I know it doesn’t. Don’t …

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Are you on the Verge of Bankruptcy? 5 Warning Signs

Many people that consider filing bankruptcy make the mistake of waiting too long before seeking legal advice from a bankruptcy attorney. There are simple warning signs you can look out for. If you are experiencing more than one of these warning signs and have accumulated debt you cannot afford to repay, you may be on the verge of bankruptcy. You should seek the advice of an experienced bankruptcy attorney immediately. Here are 5 warning signs you may be on the verge of bankruptcy: 1. You are living paycheck to paycheck and you have no savings. If you are living from …

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What is a Quiet Title Action?

There are times when real estate or land changes ownership in such an ambiguous manner that no clear owner or holder of the title is known. In these instances, a quiet title action may be needed in order to establish ownership of the parcel of land and any structures that sit upon the parcel. A quiet title action may also be necessary in a situation where a previous lien on a property has lapsed, and you’re looking to remove the lien from the property’s title. An experienced real estate lawyer can help you establish valid ownership of any land by …

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