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

Medical Practitioner’s Defense

You need a medical practitioner’s attorney who will defend you against serious charges. We represent clients throughout Frisco County, Texas. Schedule an appointment today. Texas has many professional regulatory and licensing boards that govern medical professionals. Each board has its disciplinary policies, guidelines, and rules and licensing criteria that govern each profession. For this reason, … Read moreMedical Practitioner’s Defense

Reasons to Choose a Living Trust Instead of a Will

Proper estate planning is critical in helping to ensure that things are as stress-free as possible for your loved ones after you are gone. However, with there being several types of estate plans available, many people feel overwhelmed by the estate planning process and are unsure where to start. One of the first questions that … Read moreReasons to Choose a Living Trust Instead of a Will

Do You Need a Strategic Criminal Reversal Lawyer?

Do you feel the court made a mistake that led to your conviction? Our strategic criminal reversal lawyers can help. Contact us today. Strategic Criminal Reversal Lawyers  After a criminal plaintiff has been convicted and sentenced by a court, he can file an appeal in a higher court and ask it to review the decision … Read moreDo You Need a Strategic Criminal Reversal Lawyer?

3 Tips for Medical Practitioners: Protection Against Malpractice

According to the Medical Malpractice Center, there are 15,000 to 19,000 cases of medical malpractice filed each year in the U.S. If this isn’t daunting enough, this RAND study finds that 75% of physicians in low-risk specialties and 99% in high-risk specialties will face a malpractice claim by the age of 65. It is absolutely … Read more3 Tips for Medical Practitioners: Protection Against Malpractice

Debtors: Make Yourself Immune to Court Judgments

The statute of limitations on judgment collections can be very long and is usually renewable. This allows a persistent creditor to continue collection efforts for decades, in some cases. In addition, judgments can remain on a debtor’s credit report for as long as it takes to collect the judgment. However, laws also recognize the importance … Read moreDebtors: Make Yourself Immune to Court Judgments