How Hard Is Proving An Injury Claim?

2 March 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Injury claims come in a wide range of types, and that can make it hard to figure out whether it will be difficult to prove your case. However, an injury attorney looks at several key pieces of information to determine just how hard it might be to prove a client's argument that they deserve compensation. Video Evidence The rapid spread of surveillance video systems, cellphones with cameras, dash cameras, and other devices has significantly changed the way an injury lawyer assesses a case. Read More 

Strategies For Securing Patent Protections In Other Nations

1 February 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

The protections that you receive when you file for a patent in the United States end when you cross the border. However, you may want to offer your product in another country and are concerned with your product being protected internationally. You will want to discuss with a patent lawyer whether your patent will be protected. Rules of Reciprocity The United States has patent agreements with several countries around the world with " Read More 

Common Reasons for Trust Litigation

30 December 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Setting up a trust for beneficiaries is often a much better option for individuals than simply creating a will. Trusts are funds held within an account and overseen by either a trustor who created the trust or a designated trustee who monitors the trust until the beneficiary can claim it. A number of legal issues can arise from this arrangement even though it can be a beneficial arrangement. Here are a few reasons why you may need a trust litigation lawyer as a beneficiary of a trust. Read More 

The Tasks Of a Real Estate Closing Attorney

2 December 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you decide to purchase a home, the process begins by getting pre-approved for a loan. It ends when you attend your mortgage closing appointment, which is when you sign all the documents for the home purchase. The closing visit is essential for a real estate purchase, and you can let a title company handle this for you or hire a real estate closing attorney. When you hire an attorney, he or she handles all the necessary tasks. Read More 

It’s All About The Bankruptcy Exemptions

2 November 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

With a chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, exemptions play a huge role. Chapter 7 is known for allowing filers a fresh start by taking away all or most of their debts. Unfortunately, it's also known the liquidation filing because you may be forced to liquidate some of your personal property. The best way to avoid losing property is with exemptions. This area of bankruptcy can be complex and confusing for many filers, so take a look at a highly simplified explanation of what exemptions can do for you. Read More