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  • 3 Tips to Remember Before Signing Any Contract

    Contracts can be a bit overwhelming for regular people and even small business owners. If you don’t know what to watch out for, there’s no telling how bad things could get. This guide will hopefully help you become more familiar with contracts and offer some tips to navigate them. What Is a Contract? A contract… Read More

  • Guidelines to Preparing a Prenuptial Agreement

    A prenuptial agreement serves as a financial contract between two people who are about to get married. Prenuptial agreements provide clarity and discretion in the event that you get divorced. It prevents arguments and feuds by deciding the property division and alimony terms in advance. A prenuptial agreement caters to a range of issues such as: Finances… Read More

  • Why Should You Have A Living Will?

    Drafting a living will is an essential part of estate planning that is usually left till a person reaches old age. Research shows that only 29.3% of U.S. citizens have a living will. Life is pretty uncertain; it is always best to be prepared for unfortunate events that can leave you incapacitated or incapable of communicating them. In… Read More

  • How to Save Your Family From Paying Probate in Court

    The process of proving a will to be the final testament of the person and adjudicating any claims against the will is called a probate. Probates mostly occur in the court of the state where the deceased resided permanently or at the time of their death. In case of the absence of a will, the… Read More

  • 4 Steps to Contesting a Will

    Making a will is an essential part of estate planning. It provides clarity and prevents conflicts from occurring – however, that may not always be the case. There are times when a will may be challenged, which may result in several disputes. It’s no secret that will disputes tend to get rough and messy. Make sure… Read More

  • 5 Types of Powers of Attorney

    A power of attorney or POA is an estate planning document that lets you, the principal, appoint an attorney, the agent, to make legal and financial decisions on your behalf in the event that you’re unable to do so. There are five different types of powers of attorney. Let’s take a look at each of them individually…. Read More

  • A Beginner’s Guide to Understanding the Power of Attorney

    A power of attorney is a very useful tool to help those unable to make decisions for themselves. If you understand the basics of power of attorney and how it works, you will be able to provide better support and care for your loved ones, especially in these unpredictable times.     What Is a Power… Read More

  • 3 Estate Planning Tips to Avoid Family Conflict

    Estate planning can resolve many issues that surface after the death of an individual. This is the best way to protect your loved ones and your estate. Create an estate plan to give everyone an idea of what they should expect after your death. Plan the division of all your assets, accounts, healthcare, guardianship, and… Read More

  • 3 Ways to Keep Disputes Out of Court

    Whether it’s a business conflict, family disagreement, or property dispute, the most cost-effective way to resolve isn’t going to court—contrary to popular belief. Litigating and going for trials are time-consuming and expensive ways to resolve a dispute. When you go to the court with your problems, there’s always a chance that you’ll lose. You might… Read More

  • Key Differences Between Litigation and Arbitration

    There are two ways to settle business disputes: arbitration and litigation. Each of these processes has its pros and cons that should be considered carefully before you choose a route to pursue. We will define these terms and highlight their differences so you can understand each process better. Arbitration Arbitration is also referred to as… Read More