Have you considered your estate planning wishes? If not, now is the time to begin contemplating what you want to have happen to your assets upon your death. While there are several factors to consider, one of the most important factors is the amount of money and property that you have. The more assets you … Continue reading When Should You Choose a Will Over a Trust
When planning for your family’s future, you can’t assume that your assets will go where you want them to go upon your death. Sentiments like, “Everyone knows who is supposed to get my Cadillac,” or “My children will not fight over my family property,” can lead to messy court battles and dollars thrown down the … Continue reading Five Quick Fixes to Stay Out of Probate
If you are an employee of a business with worker’s compensation coverage, you should be covered in case of an injury or illness that occurs on the job. In the event of a workplace injury or illness, you should expect to receive benefits for lost wages, medical treatment, and any other compensation related to the … Continue reading Can Your Employer Deny Your Workplace Injury Claim?
When filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the goal for most people is debt or loan forgiveness. You have accumulated a lot of debt, and due to some unforeseen reason, you are no longer able to pay your debts. There are several reasons that people become unable to pay their debts such as divorce, illness, hospital … Continue reading What is Non-Dischargeable Debt: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy