Journey Through Real Estate Law

What To Expect When A Will Goes Through Probate

The passing of a loved one is often unfamiliar territory for many people. However, when you add in the will and probate process, the matter can seem even more overwhelming and confusing. Having a general idea of what to anticipate can help. Learn what you can expect from the probate process. Researching of the Will Death doesn't always bring out the best in people. Unfortunately, some people see the passing of a person as an opportunity to take advantage of the situation, which sometimes includes submitting a fake will to the court. Read More 

Estate Planning When You Have A Special Needs Child

When you have a special needs child who is not going to have the ability to live independently, there are ways to protect an inheritance they are going to receive from you. With careful estate planning, you can leave able-bodied children an inheritance while setting up a trust for your special needs child that can be used to enhance the care they currently receive. If you simply leave property or cash to your special needs child who relies on insurance and disability payments from the government, you risk the loss of these benefits. Read More 

Should You Take The Settlement Offered By Your Workers Comp Insurance?

If you were injured at work and have hired a lawyer to sue your workers' compensation insurance company, at some point, you're probably going to get a settlement offer from the insurer. The insurer will want to settle rather than going to court, as this process save them (and possibly you) lots of time and money. What you need to ask yourself, however, is whether or not you should take the settlement offer. Read More 

Why You Need Professional Legal Help For Your Divorce Case

Whether you believe that your divorce will be a quick one or you are already preparing for it to be a long, drawn-out process, you will want to consider paying for professional divorce law services. Before you settle on trying to represent yourself in this type of case, you will want to take a few moments to review the following information: You Want To Keep Your Share Of The Marital Properties Read More 

Have A Private Investigator Dig Into Your Ex’s New Partner In A Custody Dispute

When you and your ex-spouse share custody of your children, you might feel anxious when you learn that your ex's new partner will be moving in with him or her. While it's possible that you might just be overreacting or feeling jealous, you may also get a sense that this person might not be a good influence on your children. You can't go to a judge and ask for full custody just because you don't like your ex's new partner, but if you can show evidence that this person has some concerning elements, you may fare better in court. Read More 

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Journey Through Real Estate Law

Hey there. Welcome to my site. I'm Giles Giroux. I made this site to explore the world of real estate law. The process of buying or selling a home is fraught with difficulties that could lead to costly legal matters. Securing an attorney in the beginning stages could save everyone a lot of trouble and money in the end. I learned about the importance of hiring an attorney during my first home purchase. I was clueless about the entire process from required forms to the safe exchange of funds. I was also unaware of the requirements for inspections and repairs before the sale could go through. Thankfully, I ended up with an attorney who could help me with those matters. I will use this site to explore similar matters and discuss them with my readers. I hope you come back soon to visit my site.