Don’t Try To Go It Alone: 4 Legal Issues You May Face During The Current Pandemic

If you're like most people, you're still trying to learn how to navigate the current pandemic. You know that the virus can put you at risk for serious health problems. But, you might not realize that the current pandemic puts you at an increased risk for legal disputes, as well. That's why it's important that you have a legal service you can reach out to when you're faced with legal issues, especially those that are associated with Covid-19. Read More 

Pruning Gone Awry? What To Do When Your Neighbors Pruning Efforts Damage Your Home

Pruning season is here. Many people are cutting back their trees for winter. Unfortunately, when trees aren't pruned properly, or when safety procedures aren't followed, damages can occur. If your neighbor's pruning went awry, and your home was damaged in the process, you'll want to get the repairs taken care of as quickly as possible, especially since winter is coming. The last thing you need is for rain and snow to get into your home through the damage caused by your neighbor. Read More 

When Estate Trustees Engage Unethically, Beneficiaries Do Have Options

A trustee earns its name for one very important reason — they are a trusted individual. For this reason, people often exercise a great deal of due diligence when assigning a trustee to their estates. However, not every trustee lives up to their name. Trustees sometimes ignore the guidelines of the estate or steal assets. For estate beneficiaries on the receiving end of this misconduct, there are options.  Estate Accounting Read More 

What Are Some Of The Things That Can Cause You To Lose Your Nursing License?

You might have worked hard to get through school and earn your nursing license. Now, though, you might have been notified that you are at risk of losing your nursing license. This might not have been something that you ever thought would happen, and you might be curious about some of the different reasons why people often lose their nursing licenses. These are some of the things that can put you at risk of losing your nursing license temporarily or permanently. Read More 

How to Tell If You Have a Personal Injury Case

It's normal to have doubts about whether you might have a case under personal injury law. There are several key factors that a personal injury lawyer will examine to decide whether a client has ground for a claim. Here are three that everyone pursuing a case or thinking about doing so should know. Is There an Identifiable Defendant? One of the first questions an attorney will have to address is who you ought to file a claim against. Read More