Two Estate Planning Necessities For Only Children Caring For Their Parents

Being an only child has its perks, but there are also significant drawbacks. Specifically, you will mostly likely be your parent's caretaker when they fall ill or become unable to care for themselves. Although your parents may have made plans to ensure you're cared for after they pass away, it's equally important you take steps to ensure your parents' needs will be met if you die before they do. Here's are two thing you should do. [Read More]

Here Is What It Means To Be Charged With Vehicular Homicide

If you have been involved in a fatal accident, there is a chance you may be charged with vehicular homicide (killing someone with a car). This is one of the most serious charges you can face after an accident. Here are some of the key things you should know about this criminal charge: Intent Is Not Required If you are facing a vehicular homicide accusations, the defense of "but I didn't intend to do it" [Read More]

Why You Should Hire An Attorney For A Car Accident Death

If you have a loved one that lost his or her life in an auto accident that was no fault of their own, you might want to think about hiring an attorney for car accident death. To help you understand why this could be a very important thing for you to do, you will want to review the following points. Helps Get The Attention Needed In some cases, the family of the deceased want to make sure that the public, the media, and possibly lawmakers are well aware of what happened to cause the accident. [Read More]

The Benefits Of Having An Estate Law Attorney Draw Up Your Will

It may be uncomfortable to think about your own death. However, everyone will eventually die, and when you do, you want to ensure that your assets are left to those who mean the most to you. Drawing up a will helps to ensure that your assets are distributed in the manner that you desire. However, the Internet has made it easier than ever to draw up your own will. This may leave you wondering if you should do it yourself or hire an estate law attorney to draw one up for you. [Read More]