Six Advantages of Having a Living Trust

More than one out of eight Americans possess living trusts, according to Caring.com. If you embrace this alternative to a traditional will, it places major existing assets into a trust for future distribution to heirs and/or nonprofits. This approach has six major advantages: 1. If you create a revocable living trust, you’ll always have the … Read moreSix Advantages of Having a Living Trust

Pro Se Litigation for Landlord Tenant COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19 is likely to increase legal disputes between landlords and tenants, which is an area of the law where people commonly rely on pro se litigation. If you find yourself in such a situation, you need all the information and support you can get to help you represent yourself and protect your landlord tenant rights. … Read morePro Se Litigation for Landlord Tenant COVID-19 Cases

One Way to Deal With Aggressive Creditors? Judgment Proofing

You receive a notice that creditors are suing you for an unpaid debt. You’re alarmed by the letter but truly don’t have the money to pay them. How do you handle this situation? The answer might be judgment proofing. Judgment proofing is a non-legal term that refers to a circumstance in which a debtor is … Read moreOne Way to Deal With Aggressive Creditors? Judgment Proofing

The Importance of Working With an Attorney When Creating a Living Trust

If you are considering beginning the estate planning process, you may be wondering whether you need to hire an estate planning attorney. While it can be tempting to try to create your own living trust to save money with the aid of online how-to guides, this can be a risky choice. The fact is that … Read moreThe Importance of Working With an Attorney When Creating a Living Trust

Represent Yourself In Court as a Pro-Se Litigant

Pro-Se Litigation Pro-Se litigation is used to describe a legal proceeding in which at least one party is representing him or herself. Pro-Se is a Latin term that translates to “for oneself” or “on behalf of self.” In civil cases, you can proceed Pro-Se no matter whether you are the defendant or plaintiff in the … Read moreRepresent Yourself In Court as a Pro-Se Litigant

Living Trusts: What You Need to Know About Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

During the estate planning process, you will have several options to choose from including wills and trusts. Many people prefer to choose a living trust as a trust can give them greater control over where their assets go after their death while also helping to keep much of their estate out of probate. However, should … Read moreLiving Trusts: What You Need to Know About Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts