An asset protection attorney will daily assist clients in carefully protecting their hard-earned assets from inexperienced lawyers, malpractice claims, creditors, foreclosure deficiencies, former or current spouses, children, relatives, and even lawsuit-obsessed relatives or neighbors. Pretty much anyone and everyone can make money, but very few know how to protect it and put it to the best use. Sadly, if you want to protect your assets, you must think and act defensively all of the time and be on your guard to protect your wealth in our era of crazy and pointless lawsuits and greedy citizens. Remember: your wealth is never
When undocumented immigrants get involved in accidents, they tend to not take legal action, thinking they don’t have the rights to do so. But little do they know that laws are still in place to protect a person who suffered harm from an accident, regardless if they are undocumented. It may sound a surprise but yes, everyone, including undocumented foreign nationals, still have rights and it is often possible to file a claim or sue another party when injured in an accident. Right to Sue The 14th Amendment of the Constitution states that everyone is entitled to equal protection of
Civil and criminal cases are two very different types of cases in the American Legal System. In this article, we aim to highlight the key differences between these two. What is a civil case? Civil cases are private disputes regarding legal duties or responsibilities between individuals or organizations that are usually settled through monetary compensation or orders restraining an individual from doing or not doing something. What is a criminal case? Criminal cases are commonly known as crimes, and are considered as offenses against the state. This means that the act is considered harmful to society as a whole.
There are two broad categories of law. Namely, they are civil or criminal law. Civil laws are focused mainly on private disputes between individuals or corporations and are usually settled through fines and penalties. On the other hand, criminal acts or more commonly just called “crime” is a more serious offense that is punishable by the state. Since crimes are usually grave offenses, penalties are severe like forfeiture of a convict’s right, imprisonment, and fines. Criminal law is subdivided into 3 categories based on their severity. 1 – Infractions These are petty offenses that are usually punishable by fines.
When a couple separates, there are a lot of issues that need to be addressed. But the most crucial issue is who gets custody of the children. The ideal scenario is for parents to work out the custody arrangements themselves. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. In this article, we aim to provide you with a brief overview of Child Custody and Visitation Orders. Types of Child Custody Orders Legal Custody – is a custody order which gives you the right and obligation to make important decisions for your child/children like education, religious activities, health care, discipline and all
It’s probably happened to you or someone you know. You’re driving along minding your own business and paying close attention to your surroundings. But out of nowhere, BOOM. Someone’s either distracted, under the influence, or possibly just an inexperienced driver. No matter the cause, hopefully everyone involved is safe and free from injury. Once that’s been assessed, one of the many things that are probably swirling around in your head is THE question. Does this person even have insurance? Most States Require Liability Insurance – Alabama is No Exception Alabama motorists are required by law to obtain a certain
Have some questions about Medicaid? Maybe you’re helping a friend or a parent sort out there finances, or maybe you just want to learn more about it yourself. We know it can be a tricky process. Lucky for you, you’ve come to the right place. Our friends over at Moses and Moses PC put together this amazing intro to Medicaid Coverage just for you! Medicaid Explained In short, medicaid is health insurance that you receive from the government. It’s coverage specifically for people dealing with specific health issues and have low incomes. Eligibility can vary by household size, income, and
What is Probate? Today, we’re going to explain everything that you need to know about probate and why it is important to know about it and how it works. What Is Probate? Probate is the process of proving to a court of law that a deceased person’s “last will and testament” is legitimately their last will and testament. When presenting a will, you have to prove that the deceased knew what it was for, signed it under his or her own free will, that they were mentally competent at the time of the signing, and that it was done in
It’s something you hear about in the news a lot these days. Is it carelessness in every case? Or are there people out there who actually aren’t aware that it gets super-hot in a closed-up car in summertime. Actually, it’s not even just summer. Even at 70 degrees, it’s too hot to leave an animal in the car. With the greenhouse effect of the rolled up windows, the inside hits 104 degrees! A 34 degree increase in temperatures. Sure, 104 might sound like a nice time in the sauna to you, but things are much different for our canine friends.
Finding important legal documents can literally be a matter of life and death in some cases. Sure, a living will wouldn’t have done much in the Evans case since the controversy surrounded a law, but Schaivo’s parents might have won their case if they had access to the right documents. I’m not going to argue the ethics or morality of either case today, but it does highlight something we all need to be aware of. Having a last will and testament and knowing where to find it in a crisis is extremely important. So, what’s the best way to store