Finalizing a will, trust, and any other estate-planning document is a big accomplishment, one that you can happily cross off your to-do list. And while you don't have to constantly monitor your will situation once you're done, you can't totally ignore it. There are times when you'll have to review how you've planned your estate and possibly change your plans. Four situations stand out, although depending on what happens in your life, you may have additional reasons to revise your estate plan.
2 June 2019
Making the choice to drive from one state to another can save you money, give you the chance to enjoy the scenery, and allow you to spend time with friends and family as you make your way to a destination. Unfortunately, when you're driving, just about anything can happen to transform your beautiful day to one that you'd happily forget today. You see, when you're driving, you're responsible for following all of those laws of the road—including the speed limit and not driving recklessly.
16 April 2019
Many who file for SSDI benefits often have to take their claim to court because many claims are initially denied by the Social Security Administration. If you plan to fight for your benefits in court, it is best to use an attorney. You will find many benefits to having an attorney on your side. Some people are on the fence about paying for an attorney for this purpose. The following are some things you should know about if you are considering whether or not you need an attorney to help you get your SSDI benefits:
23 January 2019