Your will serves as your last chance to tell the world exactly what you want to happen. Even better, this powerful legal document gives you the opportunity to make sure your family and friends have no choice but to honor your final wishes. That is of course, unless a family member is able to successfully contest your will after your death. Thankfully, there are steps that you can take to ensure this does not happen:…Read More »
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Did you recently lose your job? Were you denied unemployment benefits after the job loss? For many people, the loss of a job can be devastating and the subsequent denial of benefits is like added insult to injury. Fortunately, your unemployment benefits application doesn’t have to end with a denial. There is likely an appeal process in your state where you can make your case to the unemployment benefits administration. There are three common reasons why benefits are usually denied.…Read More »
Losing a loved one is always a sad and emotionally stressful event, but this can be made even worse when the death was the result of someone’s negligent behavior or actions. While there is no way to bring your loved one back to life, the courts allow you to pursue wrongful death claims, but these cases are often extremely misunderstood by clients. If you are under the impression that either one of the following myths are true, learning the truth may make it easier for you to pursue justice following a wrongful death.…Read More »