Will Refusal: Supporting an Elderly Parent in Estate Planning
To ensure that your loved ones uphold your wishes after your passing, it is beneficial to create your will. It will be difficult for your family to determine what you would have wanted if there is not a will in place. This can leave family members to not only sort through the grieving process, but...Read More
Common Types of Business Laws for Business Owners to Abide By
When running a business, it is important to understand the various legal implications that need to be recognized and followed as a business owner. When operating a company, business law requires regulations to be in place in order for the company to function successfully which include: sales, bankruptcy, employment, taxes, and operations. It’s important...Read More
How to Report Elder Abuse
Elder abuse is a persistent problem across the United States. Elder abuse is a broad term that is utilized to encompass a variety of ways in which an elderly person is harmed or taken advantage of by another, according to the National Council on Aging. Elder abuse is said to encompass: Physical abuse Emotional abuse...Read More
Will Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Hurt Your Credit?
As a Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer Memphis TN turns to with some of their toughest questions, I know one of the most common questions people ask about Chapter 13 is “Will it hurt my credit?” In the short term, it might. But not necessarily. And in the long term, it can actually make everything...Read More
Can Airbags Injure You in a Car Accident?
Modern passenger vehicles are required to have airbags because these devices can provide a great deal of protection during a crash. However, it is possible that the airbags in your vehicle could actually be the cause of injuries in a crash. Airbags could also cause injuries to drivers and passengers even if a vehicle is...Read More
Self Driving Car Accidents
If you were to get into an accident in a self-driving car, who would be at fault for the collision? That is one of the primary questions that regulators must answer before autonomous vehicles are allowed on American roadways. The good news is that there are several viable ideas being considered that could resolve this...Read More
How do you pick an executor?
A person who makes a will is called the testator. In his or her will, the testator ordinarily appoints an executor. That executor operates in a fiduciary capacity. A fiduciary is someone who is given power to take action on behalf of the deceased in order to honor their final wishes. The fiduciary is entrusted...Read More
The 5 Most Common Knee Injuries in Personal Injury Claims
Knees are so central to the human body, and quite complex; while they have a limited range of motion compared to other joints, they are responsible for carrying most of our body weight. As such, they are a common spot where injuries occur. Chances are, if you’re dealing with a personal injury related to an...Read More
How to Prove Causation
While preparing for your personal injury case, you may have heard your attorney talk about “causation” or “proximate cause” a lot. These are very important legal terms in all personal injury cases, but can be a little complicated to understand. At its root, causation means that the actions of the defendant led to the plaintiff’s...Read More
With dog being man’s best friend, it is important to take care of your best friend after your passing. This article not only applies to dogs but any type of pet. What happens to your pet after you pass away? Will your family really care for your pet after your passing? Will your pet have...Read More