What Does A Probate Executor Do?
6 July 2020
Have you been named as the executor of a loved one's estate and are now not sure what the responsibilities are? Here is what you need to know about some of the responsibilities of a probate executor.
File The Will With The Local Court
The first step will be to file the will with the local court where your loved one resided. You will also have the will admitted to probate and request to be named as the executor so that the probate case can be opened.
Can You Beat A Case Before It Goes To Trial?
6 July 2020
For many criminal lawyers, the best strategy for beating a charge is to never let it get close to a courtroom. American criminal law places a lot of requirements on police officers and prosecutors before they can file charges and before a case goes to trial. Let's take a look at three ways you might be able to beat a case without facing a jury.
Don't Do the Cops' Jobs for Them
How A Debt Relief Lawyer Can Help You
27 May 2020
Being under a mountain of debt is no way to go through life. If you're like most people, your debt is a constant nagging thought in the back of your mind. Maybe it even keeps you awake at night. Thankfully, you are not doomed to be saddled with debt for the rest of your life. Today, there are multiple options available for people to get out of debt and multiple programs and entities who can help you achieve this goal.
What Is An Apostille And How Do You Get One?
27 April 2020
You might have been told that you need to get an apostille in order to apply for a job or to prove you are married outside of the country. The term might be a bit confusing to you if you haven't heard it before. It's simply a legal term meaning a form of authentication of documents to use within those countries that are included in the Hague Convention.
What is an apostille and how do you get one if you need it?