Seeking Counsel on General Legal Matters

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Seeking Counsel on General Legal Matters

Hello! My name is Marilyn Flynn. My husband and I have an attorney named Max. We are on a first name basis with Max because he’s our attorney that handles just about everything. I’m glad you stopped by my website. I hope to be able to explain why you and everyone should have a Max in your life. We didn’t understand the importance of having an attorney present for certain contracts; not until Max explained it to us. As our general attorney, Max has helped us to write and update our wills. He has put together our living wills, power of attorneys, and many other documents. As you age, you will find that you need to have your life in order. There will be new decisions to be made and some old documents that you may want to update. A trusted attorney is vital.

Guide To Vandalism Charges

If you are being accused of vandalism, it's important to understand that this is usually considered a criminal charge. Yet, vandalism and its definition varies greatly between states and municipalities, so it is important to understand your specific charges. The following guide can help better prepare you for what to expect. What is considered vandalism? Generally, vandalism is defined as willful destruction of property. Many things can fall under this heading, including the following: Read More 

The Key Evidence Of Damage: Procuring Your Medical Records For Your Personal Injury Case

If you've been injured in a car wreck, you may be pursuing a personal injury claim against the at-fault driver. To get property compensated for your injuries, your medical records are the all-important key piece needed to prove the effect the accident has had on you. In fact, the dollar amount of your medical bills are an important factor when it comes to calculating your potential settlement for the other side's insurance company, so having those records handy and available is vital. Read More 

Divorcing An Abusive Ex: 4 Things You Can Do To Protect Yourself And Your Children

Leaving and divorcing an abusive partner is scary and difficult. It can also be deadly. Murder and murder/suicide scenarios are all too common after a divorce or separation. In fact, women are 70 times more likely to be killed by their ex during the two-week period following a break up than they are at any other time. And, unfortunately, children get caught up in the violence as well.    If you're thinking about leaving an abusive partner or if you have recently left an abuser, you have to take steps to protect yourself and your children. Read More 

Types Of Damage In A Personal Injury Case

If you have been subject to an injury by another person or a business, there are several ways that you can be compensated in a personal injury case. Here are some of the types of damages to consider with your personal injury lawyer.  Medical Bills The first thing that you will need to add up is the total of all of your medical bills. This could include not only immediate care, but also the long-term care needed for rehabilitation. Read More 

Can Debt Collectors Reach Beyond The Grave?

If someone dies, their debt does not necessarily die with them. What happens to it depends on the type of debt and what assets are in their estate. However, debt collectors will aggressively try to collect on the debt even if they aren't legally entitled to. Here's what you need to know to stop them. Family Members Are Not Responsible for Debt In some countries, a person's children or their entire family might be held responsible for any outstanding debts. Read More