When you decide that you want to get your estate plan together, you have to think about several options for getting everything set the way you want it. These can include power of attorney documents, trusts, a living will and a will. When it comes to the will that sets the terms for distributing some of your assets, you have to ensure that it meets state's laws.
Being charged with drunk driving triggers what can be a lengthy court process. Not only do you have to worry about the criminal case, you also have an administrative process to consider. Together, these can take a lot of time and effort, but you can't ignore either one. They both can have serious impacts on your life.
Facing criminal charges is a challenging event in a person's life. You must ensure that you are taking care of the case right away because it isn't going to go away if you ignore it. We know that this is a challenge, especially when you are going through it for the first time. Fortunately, we are here to help you work through the matters at hand.
While many people think of marriage as their "happily every after," the reality is that 40% to 50% of couples in the United States end their marriages through divorce. While it may be impossible to know at the time of your engagement if you will become a divorcee, there is something you can do to protect yourself and your property in case things don't work out.